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WALTHAM, MASS. 



Telephone Connection 



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THE 

WALTHAM TRUST COMPANY 

Capital - - $200,000 
Surplus - - $53,755 

INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS 

THE BEST LIRE INSURANCE 

CONTRACT IS ISSUED BY THE 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 
J. DOUGLASS HOLLAND, District Manager, jut p. o. Box 39, WALTHAM, MASS. 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO. 
Iron and Brass Founders 





MANUFACTURERS OF 




ALL 


KINDS OF GRAY IRON CASTINGS 






SPECIALTIES: 




Genuine Babbitt, 


Composition, 


Aluminum, 


Phosphor Bronze, 


Yellow Brass, 


Bell Metal, 


Copper, 


Tin, 


Etc. 



7 1 and 73 Felton St., Waltham, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



MRS. E. S. BALL, 

609 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 



Bookseller, Newsdealer and Stationer 

Fancy Goods, Fireworks, 

Toys, Games, Cutlery, 

Blank Books, Baseball Goods, 

Brushes, Combs, School Supplies. 



DAILY AND SUNDAY PAPERS DELIVERED 

Agent for Bookbinding and Laundry. 

Waltham Gas Light Co. 

CAPITAL $324,700 



Office : No. 684 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 

President, ADAMS D. CLAFLIN 

Treasurer, EDWARD P. SMITH 

Superintendent, C. F. SPAULDING 

Asst. Sttpt., H. H. KELLY 



Price of Gas, $1.30 per Thousand 

Fifteen cents per Thousand discount if paid on or before the 15th 

of the Month 

A Full Line of GAS COOKINQ AND HEATING STOVES Always in Stock 



ADYEETISEMENTS 



American Watch Tool Company 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Webster-Whitcomb Lathes and Attachments 

No. 3 Bench Lathes, Automatic 
Staff Lathes, Wheel Cutters, 
Pinion Cutters, Model Making, 
Compound Punches and Dies 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



»JOHN R. FARNUM, President F. H. BROWN, Sup't and Treasurer 

F. J. DAVIS, Constructing Engineer 

DAVIS & FARNUM MT'G CO. 
Engineers, Founders and Machinists 

Manufacturers of Cast Iron Gas and Water Prpe and Specials ; 
Flange Pipe, Street Castings, Iron Columns, Gas 
Holders, Sugar-House Work, Iron Roofs and 
Floors, and every apparatus appertain- 
ing to a complete Gas Plant. 

Stand Pipes for Water Works 

Steel Tanks for Gas Holders 

Steel Tanks for Naphtha Storage 

Principal Office and Works - - WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH CO. 

Crescent Street, Waltham, Mass. 

CAPITAL STOCK, $4,000,000 

EZRA C. FITCH, President 
ROYAL ROBBIIVS, Treasurer FRAIVCIS R. APPL.ETOIV, Vice President 

373 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON 



R0BBIN5 & APPLETON, Selling Agents 

21 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK 

103 State Street, Chicago 373 Washington Street, Boston 

125 High Holborn, London, W. C. 189 St. James St., Montreal 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WATCH MOVEMENTS 

ESTABLISHED 1862 

STARK TOOL CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

New American Watchmakers' Lathe 

Machinists' and Electricians' Bench Lathes, Watch and 
Chronometer Makers' Tools and Watch Machinery . . 

JOHN STARK, Treasurer 

218 to 224 MOODY STREET :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

HOW TO LEARN WATCHMAKING 

BY ATTENDING THE 

Waltham Horological School 

Thorough Instructions given in HOROLOGY, ENGRAVING 
and OPHTHALMOLOGY. Write for our new prospectus 

E. H. SWAIN, Proprietor 

78 CRESCENT STREET, CORNER SPRUCE = = = WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



WALTHAM PUBLISHING CO. 



The Largest Circulation and Immeasurably the Best 
Advertising Medium in the City of Watches 



SWORN CIRCULATION, DAILY 3,613 



R. B SOMERS, Manager A. STARBUCK, Editor 

ALBERT M. EATON 

Manufacturers' Jobber of 

Paper, Twines, Bags, Boxes, Etc* 

Prices as Low as any Boston or New York Houses 

Our Stock is Shipped from Mills Direct to our Warehouses and Sold at One Profit 

233 Bacon St., Waltham, Mass. :: :: 839-845 Albany St., Roxbury 

Telephone Connection 
Established 1899 

S. SANDERS 

CUSTOM TAILOR 

Also Practical in Ladies' Work 



BUSHELINd IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 

If you have any Ladies' or Men's Cast-off Clothing to sell or exchange for new, drop a postal, and will call immediately 

126 MOODY ST., HALL'S CORNER, WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



F. M. KEEFE 

Flour, Grain, Hay, Straw, 
Coal and Wood 

LEXINGTON STREET :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

Near B. & M. R.R. Telephones 259-2, 417-2 

The Bacon & Sawyer Pharmacy 

Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet 
Articles and Patent Medicines 

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED 

165 MOODY STREET, COR. SPRUCE = = = WALTHAM, MASS. 

TELEPHONE COJViVECTKMV 

CITY TICKET OFFICE 

306 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, Next to Old South Meeting House 

Tickets and reservations via all lines to 

Florida, California, Mexico, and All Points South and West 

and in all directions. Also personally conducted tours to Florida, California, 
Mexico, Europe, etc. Send for circulars and information to 

RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO. 

AUTHORIZED TICKET AGENTS OF THE BOSTON AND ALBANY, BOSTON AND MAINE, NEW YORK, 
NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD RAILROADS, AND ALL THEIR CONNECTIONS 

ALSO ALL STEAMSHIP LINES 

Dr. Elizabeth Foster Jenkins 

CHIROPODIST 

Manicure and Hairdresser 

HOURS 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Closed TUESDAY AND THURSDAY Evenings 

137 1-2 Moody Street :: :: :: Waltham, Mass. 



10 ADVERTISEMENTS 



E.A.WALKER 

Insurance of Every Description 

AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE 
ROOHS NOS. 11 AND 12 BANK BUILDING, WALTHAM, HASS. 



AGENCY OF THE 

riutual Life Insurance Co. 

OF NEW YORK 

Issues any kind of policy you want. Endowment policies make independence in advanced age 
certain. Why not insure with the best Company in the world ? 

Write to E. A. WALKER, No. 12 Bank Building, Waltham, Mass., stating your age, and you will 
receive an illustration showing you what the Grand Old Mutual Life will do. 

OFFICE TELEPHONES 67-«, 65-3 HOUSE TEEEPHOIYE 2S5-7 



Clarkson's Low Price Furniture House 

—™ FURNITURE w A = TY 

High-grade Furniture at the Lowest Prices. Cash or Instalments. 
Visitors Always Welcome. 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE 

594-596 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. 

Notary Public ]\J # BERGIN Justice of the Peace 

Insurance, Real Estate Agent 

Auctioneer and Appraiser 

Stores, Houses and Tenements to let. Rents collected at lowest cost. Particular 
care given to the care and settlement of estates. I am prepared to offer Houses and 
desirable Lots at Great Bargains and on Easy Terms. Good Farms for sale or 
exchange. Money to loan in sums to suit at reasonable rates. 

OFFICE, 23 COMMON STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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B. S. TOLMAN 

621 MAIN STREET, WALTflAM 



Real Estate and 
Insurance 

IIN AUU BRANCHES 

AUCTIONEER 



DEPUTY SHERIFF, MIDDLESEX COUNTY 

WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 

Insurance and Real Estate 

Whitford Building, 661 Main St. and 211 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 

Represents Sun Insurance Office, of London, Eng. ; Abington Mutual Fire Insurance Co. ; 
Teutonia Insurance Co., of New Orleans; Traders' Insurance Co., of Chicago; Orient Insurance 
Co., of Hartford; Frankfort Marine and Accident, of Germany; Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co., of Dedham, Mass. ; Dedham Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of Dedham, Mass. ; Northern 
Insurance Co., of New York; Concordia Fire Insurance Co., of Milwaukee. 

HOLLIS E. DENNEN 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 

FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 
PLACED IN RELIABLE COMPANIES 

CARE OK REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY 

J79 MOODY STREET :; :: :: WALTHAM, MASS, 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 




Buy your FURNITURE, and CARPETS of 

the LARGEST and FINEST 

FURNITURE STORE 

in the City 

P. H. GRAVLS & SON 



151 Moody Street 



Dill Block 



WALTHAM 



ISAAC WARRLN & SON 



DEALERS IN 



Boots, Shoes and Rubbers 

Fine and Medium Grades for Ladies, Gents, Misses, Boys and Children. 

Repairing Neatly Done 



647 MAIN STREET 



WALTHAM, MASS 



C. HUTMACHER 



C. F. HEMLER 



HUTMACHER & HEMLER 



DEALERS IN 



Boots, Shoes and Rubbers 

All Goods Warranted as Represented, at Lowest Cash Prices. 
SHEPHERD BLOCK, 181 MOODY ST. ... WALTHAM, MASS. 



J. A. HIGGINS 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY 

Builders' Supplies, Drain Pipe, Doors, "Windows, Blinds, Paints, 
Oils, Brushes, Garden Tools, etc. 

679 MAIN STREET, Telephone Connection. WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 13 



C. H. SWAN & CO. 

Kino Arthur Flour 

Dealers in Fine and Staple Groceries 

AGENTS FOR REVERE MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE 

Flour, Teas, Coffees, Foreign and Domestic Fruits 

189 Moody Street, Waltham - South Side 



O. RATTO 



POOL ROOM CIGARS and TOBACCO 

BOOTS SHINED 

Residence 19 LEXINGTON ST., 

Qibbs Court WALTHAM, MASS. 

S. J. ROSS 
CATERER AND ICE CREAM MFR. 

40 SPRUCE STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. 
SUPPERS AND RECEPTIONS A SPECIALTY. Tel. Connection 

WALTHAM'S CONFECTIONER, 
J. H. LEWIS 

205 MOODY ST., COR. WALNUT . . WALTHAH, ITASS. 



Wholesaler and Retailer of the 

BANNER BRAND CONFECTIONERY 

(Made Exclusively by him.) Also the only maker of the famous Egg Ice Cream 

Tel. Connection 

MacKinlay's High- Class Bakery 

ONLY ONE, QUALITY, AND THAT THE, BEST 

Celebrated Berwick Sponge Cake 

WEDDING ORDERS A SPECIALTY 

221 Moody Street, Waltham Telephone Connection 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS 

M. KING, Jr. THOS. E. KELLEY 

KING & KELLEY 

(Successors to Anderson Bros.) 

Carriage Builders and Repairers 

New and Second-Hand Carriages for Sale or Exchange 
821 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM 

Telephone 159-2 

Practical Picture Framer and Reliable 

Paper Hanger 

DEALER IN ' 

Wall Paper and Fine Stationery 

Periodicals and School Supplies 

C. F. TRUE,, 223 Moody Street, Waltham 

TELEPHONE 346-2 BATHS, HOT AND COLD WATER 

Motel Bullaro 

MRS. A. E. BULLARD, Proprietor 

566 Main Street, Waltham 

Rooms and Board by the Day and Week 

Centrally located near car lines and R. R. Station 

Special attention given to Transient Guests. Steam Heat 

Watch City Ice and Fuel Co. 

F. A. BROWN & CO., Proprietors 

Coal, Wood and Pure Ice 

At Lowest Market Prices. We make a specialty of Small Orders. 

YOUR ICE AND COAL MAN IS ONE 
Main Office, 101 River St., near Bleachery Depot, Waltham. 

TELEPHONE 254-3 



ADVERTISEMENTS 15 



Kirwins Livery Stable 

GRAFTON E. KIR WIN, Prop. 

Hack, Boarding, Livery and Baiting. Carriages for Weddings and 

Funerals. Tally-Ho, Drags, 4-seaters and 3-seaters, Park Wagons 

Horses Clipped by Electric Power 

UNDERTAKER AND EM BALM ER 

Telephone Connection Day and Night WALTHAM, MASS. 

STAR FLOOR OIL and OILERS 

Manufactured by Troy Oil Works, Troy, N. Y. 

Does not "blacken" floors, nor "track" or soil garments 

GEO. H. BODENSCHATZ, Agent 

200 Prospect Street WALTHAM, MASS. 

CONTRACT WORK IMPROVED METHOD 

WALTHAM TRAP ROCK CO. 

BROKEN STONE 

Quarry and Gravel Bank at Stony Brook, Fitchburg Div. B. & M. R. R. 

Office, 593 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone Connection 

R. E. LORD 

(Formerly Lord Brothers) 

"BUILDING CONTRACTOR 

40 State Street, Room 32, BOSTON, MASS. 

Residence, 211 Hammond Street, WALTHAM Telephones 288-3 WALTHAM 

and 4235-2 MAIN 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 




GEORGE DAWSON 

Contractor and Builder 



Shop, Rear of Music Hall 
Residence, 27 Willow Street 



WALTHAfl 



MASS. 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION 



EDWARD H. BULL 
Carpenter and Builder 

JOBBING A SPECIALTY 

Shop and Residence, 15 Hig-h Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



Charles L. Kimball 

Successor to Arthur L. Cole 

Carpenter and Builder 

Building and Remodeling Promptly Attended to at 
Reasonable Rates, Cabinet Work, Furniture Repaired 
and Refinished, Metal Roofs, Walls and Ceilings 





PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED 
Office and Shop Residence 

46 Spruce Street 94 Brown Street 

WALTHAM :: :: :: 



Storehouse and Shop 

94 1=2 Brown Street 

MASS. 



W. C. HOWE. 
Carpenter and Builder 

JOBBING DONE TO ORDER 

AGENT FOR 

Perfection Granite Roofing 

Shop, Rear of Saltmarsh's Block 
197 1-2 Moody St., WALTHAM, MASS. 




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LOUIS J. GEOFFRION 

Contractor and Builder 

Jobbing Done at Short Notice 

100 Bacon Street = = Waltham, Mass. 

William H. Johnson 

Paper Hangings and Room Moulding 

Paper Hanging in all its Branches Ceilings Tinted and Whitened 

211 Woody Street - - Waltham, Mass. 

ALFRED J. YOUNCSTROM 



Successor to W. S. GRAHAM 



PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER 

Whitening, Kalsomining, Decorating and Glazing 

HARDWOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY 

22 MIDDLE STREET = WALTHAM, MASS. 

EDWARD F. WHITE 

Wood and Wire Lathing 

Work Promptly Attended to 
36 EXCHANGE STREET :: :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 



18 ADVERTISEMENTS 



JOHN H. HYNES & CO. 
Slate, Copper, Tin and Cravel Roofers 

All Kinds of Roof Repairing- a Specialty 

Iron and Tin Siding, Copper and Iron Gutters and Conductors 
Agents for the Gilnian Snow Guard 

OFFICE 43 CEDAR STREET - - WALTHAM, MASS. 

JOHN A. QAININOIN 

Carriage and Automobile Trimming 

390 Main Street = Waltham, Mas*. 

Near Beaver Brook Station 

TELEPHONE WITH H. KNOPP 

S. S. LIDSTONE 
BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT & HORSESHOER 

Particular Attention given to Shoeing Interfering and Over- 
reaching Horses. All Work Guaranteed 

400 MAIN STREET, : : WALTHAM, MASS. 

F. T. WRIGHT 

BLACKSMITH and HORSESHOER 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Light and Heavy Wagons and Milk Wagons 

Job Work and Repairing of all Kinds. First-class Carriage, Sleigh and Sign Paint- 
ing. Tires Set Cold While You Wait, by Electric Power. All Work Guaranteed. 

207 LEXINGTON STREET = = WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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BENJ. W. WENT WORTH 



JOHN E. WENTWORTH 



B. W. WENTWORTH & SON 

HOUSE PAINTERS 

Fresco Painting, Graining, Hardwood Finish and Polishing 
Dealers in PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, etc. 

3 PROSPECT STREET Office at Geo. Woolley's, 692 Main St., WALTHAM 

CHARLES A, FLOYD 
MOUSE PAINTER 

All kinds of Painting, Kalsomining, Whitening, etc., neatly and promptly done. 
Will also furnish and hang paper as reasonable as can be done 

Residence, 4 Highland Ave. WALTHAM Shop, 57 Francis Street 

CHARLES A, POOLE 
Mouse Painter and Glacier 

Dealer in Mixed Paints, Lead, Oils, Varnishes and Putty. Glass 
furnished from stock or to order. Orders promptly attended to 



7 ELM STREXT 



(upstairs) 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



...R.W. COOLIDQE... 

... MACHINIST ... 

Repairing and Qeneral Jobbing 

Rear, 24 LEXINGTON STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. 



Qeo. 5Z. Tlagg & Co. 

Carriage, Sign and 
Automobile 

TAINTING 

Music Hall Abe., Waltham 




KUSSO'S PURE ICE C%EAM 

BEST IN THE CITY 

Flavored Ivith Choice Ripe Fruits Wholesale and Retail 

T. A. nusso 



Cor. Main and Prospect Sts., 269 Moody St., 

Telephone, 179-6 



WALTHAM 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



FRED C. GIFFORD 

BLACKSMITHING AND JOBBING 

Contractors Picks and Roller Picks 
Tool and Machine Forging" with Power Hammer 

Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repaired Wrought Iron Building Work 

21 CRESCENT STREET ©SSR) REAR HOTEL CRESCENT 

SOUTH SIDE, WALTHAM, MASS. 



GEORGE W. KILBURN 
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED ALL WORK GUARANTEED 



348 MOODY STREET, 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



JswmcrbtXU J5>amtartttm €*♦ 




For the treat- 
ment and cure of 
nervous and 
chronic diseases, 
resulting from 
the excessive use 
of alcoholic 
liquors, and the 
absolute re- 
moval and desire 
for liquor, mor- 
phine or cocaine 



16 AUSTIN STREET 



EAST SOMERVILLE 



A. C ALDRICH, M.D., President 



TELEPHONE 175 

HENRY HULL, M.D., Physician and Treasurer 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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F. D. WELLINGTON 

Hack, Boarding, Livery and Sale Stable 

Particular Attention Given to Furnishing Carriages for 
Parties, Weddings and Funerals 

Horses Clipped by Electric Power, Furniture Storage 

!Llm Street, near F. R. R. Station :: :: Waltham, Mass. 

CONNECTED BY TELEPHONE 

BRUNSWICK GROCERY and 

PROVISION COMPANY 

315 MOODY STREET 

WALTHAM 

Telephone Connection 



GEO. J. BARKER, Pres. and Treas. 



LYMAN H. MATTHEWS, Sec. and Gen. Mgr. 



GEO. J. BARKER LUMBER CO. 




LOW PRICES 



Waltham t Mass, 



PROMPT DELIVERY 



22 ADVERTISEMENTS 



L. J. KENDALL 

Boarding, Baiting, Livery and Hack Stable 

Personal Attention Given to Furnishing Hacks for Funerals, 
Parties and Weddings, also Barges for any occasion 

Public Carriages at City Ordinance Prices, Always in Readiness at Office 

TELEPHONE 223-4 
OFFICE AND STABLE 33 TO 37 CRESCENT STREET :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

GEORGE A. CLARK 

Boarding, Baiting, Livery and Sale Stable 

Barges and Hacks Furnished for Parties, Weddings and Funerals 

Horses Clipped by Klectricity at Short Notice 
Horses Called for and Returned without Charge 

Also SPOONER & CLARK, Undertakers 
STABLE, 179 MOODY STREET :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

CONNECTED BY TELEPHONE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 

McDONALD'S EXPRESS 

T. H. DOLLIVER, Proprietor 

PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING 

GENERAL JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 
OFFICE, 11 MOODY STREET :: :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 



G.E. JUSTASON 



DEALER IN 



SELECTED GROCERIES 

16 LEXINGTON STREET = = = WALTHAH, HASS. 

TELEPHONE 203-5 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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HATHAWAY'S BAKERY 



C. F. HATHAWAY, Proprietor 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Tine Crackers, Bread, Biscuit, Cake and Pastry 

Hathaway's Original Cream Home Made Bread 

769 MAIN STREET, .... WALTHAM, MASS. 



Waltham Boat and Canoe Company 

JAMES G. BURGIN, Prop. 
A LARGE STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND 

CANVAS BOATS AND CANOES CONSTANTLY ON HAND 

Boats and Canoes to let, by the hour, day or season 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Oars and Paddles of every description, at Wholesale and Retail 

OFFICE AND FACTORY, WOERD AVENUE Telephone 221-3 

C. P. NUTTING & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Canbas "Boats and Canoes 

RIVERVIEW BOAT HOUSE 

Telephone, 24-2 WALTHAM, MASS. 

Waltham is on the Fitchburg Railroad, Ten Miles from Boston. 

M. KEANE 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Monumental Work, Marble & Granite 

731 MAIN STREET = WALTHAH, MASS. 



24 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Central Dry Goods Co. 

CLIFFORD S. COBB, PROPRIETOR 

The Leading Dry Goods House of Waltham 

Full Lines of Dress Goods, Linings, Small Wares, Ladies' 
and Men's Furnishings, Ladies' Cloaks, Suits and Waists, 
and Gentlemen's Clothing. First Quality Goods Only. 

107 to 115 MOODY STREXT ........ WALTHAM, MASS. 

Four Entrances Telephone Connection 

The Waltham School of Business 

This School differs from the ordinary commercial school in four respects : 

In the Standard of Admission 

In the Qualifications of the Teachers 

In the Practice ^iven the Pupils in Business Houses 
before Graduation 

In the Standard required for Graduation 

Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company 

141 MILK STREET, BOSTON 

Issue FULL IMMEDIATE BENEFIT POLICIES on WEEKLY PREMIUM PLAN" 
Whole Life, Limited Payment, Endowment, and Investment 

POLICIES 

All have Paid-up, Extended Insurance, and Cash Values after Three Years, with Dividends 

after Five Years 

LIBERAL POLICIES AND LOW RATES 

Local Offices : 681 Main St., Waltham, 52 Main St., Watertown 

ABE GREENBERG 

Merchant Tailor 

GOOD STYLE, FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 

236 Moody Street, Waltham, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 25 



P. P. ADAMS 

Bi£ Dry Goods Department Store 

MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED 
133-135-137-139 Moody Street, - - Waltham, Mass. 

TELEPHONE 239-3 

WARRUN T. EMERSON 

CARPETINOS 

Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrains, Oil Cloths and Mattings 

Shade and Drapery Work a Specialty. Carpets Made and Laid at Short 

Notice. Upholstering Work in all its Branches. 

Cushion and Mattress Work a Specialty 

TELEPHONE, CONNECTION 

15 EXM STREXT, :: :: :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

L. O. DENNISON Waltham and Boston - 

Fashionable Tailor 

Store, 694 Main St., Maynard Block, WALTHAM, MASS. 
Telephone 18-2 Waltliam 
Boston Office at Blake & Stearns, No. 87 Summer Street, Wednesday and Saturday, 12.30 to 4 p. M. 

B. BRADSTREET, PRES. A. E. BRADSTREET, Treas. 

Quality and Honesty Our SMolto 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNITURE CO. 

Incorporated under the Laws of Massachusetts. Capital Stock $20,000 par value 

PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING ROOM & KTTCHE.N FURNITURE., CARPE.TS, RANGE.S and PARLOR STOVLS 

Pianos and Furniture Packed and Moved by Careful and Practical Men 
Storage Rooms 2Q Seech St., 22 to 24 Woerd At'e., and 11 Crescent St. 

Office and Warerooms 120 to 124 Moody Street, 1 to 5 Pine Street, Hall's Corner, Waltham, Near Post Office. 

A GOOD PLACE TO BUY GOOD CLOTHES 

GEO. I. KELLY & CO. 

Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers 

143 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. TELEPHONE CONNECTION 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



Charles H. Moulton, President Jos. F. Gibbs, Cashier 

Henry N. Fisher, Vice Pres. Henry P. Puncher, Asst. Cashier 

WALTHAM NATIONAL BANK 

637 Main Street, cor. Lexington Street :: :: Waltham, Mass. 

CAPITAL, $150,000 SURPLUS, $50,000 

2 Per Cent Interest Paid on $300 and Over 

DIRECTOBS 
Ptolemy P. Adams Chas. P. Bond Henry 1ST. Fisher G. Frank Frost 

Chas. H. Motti/ton Wm. F. Booney John H. Storer 

Bank Hours, 8.SO to 2.30 Saturdays, 8.30 to 12 M. 

Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent, $3.00 and Upwards Per Annum 

WALTHAM COOPERATIVE BANK 

BANK BUILDING, 637 MAIN STREET :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

Incorporated Oct. 13, 1880 
Loans Made on First Mortgages of Real Estate upon the Third Thursday of Each Month 



Officers for 1905 

EDWARD P. SMITH, President CHAS. E. GETCHELL, Vice President 

FRANK K. PORTER, Secretary and Treasurer 

DIRECTORS: John F. Coolidge, Charles C. Byam, George S. Alderi, Walter N. Fuller, Fred H. Bent, F. C. Hodgdon, 
Clarence Tebbets, Arthur H. Paul, Francis H. Eaton, M. T. Connelly, Charles W. Durgin, Wm. E- 
Peterson, Adolph S. Batchelder, Francis P. Havens, John Edmunds, Eber W. Mosher. 

SECURITY COMMITTEE: E. P. Smith, M. T. Connelly, Charles E. Getchell. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE: G. S. Alden, C. W. Durgin, F. C. Hodgdon. 

AUDITORS: H. E. Priest, Charles F. Allen, Francis G. Sticknev. 

ATTORNEY : Clarence F. French, Esq. 

WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Incorporated March 18, 1853 
Office, 702 MAIN STREET :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

Open from S.30 a. m. to 2.30 P. m. ; close Saturdays at 12 M. Open Wednesday evenings, 7 to S o'clock, (for deposits only) 

Assets August 5, 1005, $3,859,252.60 

OFFICERS 

President, ENOS T. LUCE Vice President, NATHAN WARREN 

Treasurer, CHARLES F. STONE Vice Treasurer, GEO. R. BEAL 

TBUSTEES 

Henry N. Fisher Joseph F. Gibbs Enos T. Luce Samuel O. Upham C.J. McCormick Nathan Warren 

G. F. Frost Henry W. Hartwell Thos. H. Armstrong Charles O. Morrill Charles E. Getchell Charles C. Byam 

COMMITTEE OF INVESTMENT 

Henry N. Fisher Thomas H. Armstrong Enos T. Luce Charles O. Morrill Nathan Warren 

Miss Georgena Moore, Auditor Miss Emily Viles and Perctval M. Stone, Clerks 

DANIEL F. VILES & CO. 

INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENCY 

Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass and Employers' Liability Insurance 

Loans on First Mortgages of Real Estate Negotiated on Favorable Terms 

Bank Building, corner flain and Lexington Streets = = Waltham, flass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



27 



The New England Trust Company 

85 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



$1,000,000 
2,000,000 



INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK AT 
SIGHT AND ON TIME AS AGREED 



This Company is authorized to act as Executor, and to receive and hold money and property 
in Trust and on deposit from courts of law or equity, executors, administrators, assignees, guardi- 
ans, trustees, corporations and individuals, and may be appointed by Probate Courts Trustee under 
any will and upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon. 

Deposits may be made at any time, and interest will 
be allowed on Daily Balances of $500 and upward 

It will also act as Transfer Agent for Railroad and other Stock Corporations, 
and as agent for the purpose of issuing, registering, or countersigning the Cer- 
tificate of stock, bonds, or other evidence of debt, and for the payment of dividends 
and interest of corporations, associations, municipalities, state or public authority, and also as 
agent or attorney for the care and management of invested property, and for the collection of 
dividends and interest. 

It is by law made a legal depository of money paid into court by the parties to any legal pro- 
ceedings, or which may be brought into court by reason of an order or judgment in equity 
or otherwise. 

Special attention given to accounts with ladies 

It offers to the public the advantage of a Capital and a Guarantee Fund of three 
million dollars, especially invested by requirements of its charter, and a perpetual 
succession. 



chari.es h. dalton 

Actuary 
JAMES R. HOOPER 



OFFICERS 

President 
DAVID R. WHITNEY 

Vice Presidents 
CHARLES F. CHOATE 

Secretary 
HENRY N. MARR 

Trust Officer 
FRANCIS R. JEWETT 



FRANKLIN HAVEN 

Assistant Secretary and Treasurer 
FREDERICK VV. ALLEN 



WALTER C BAYLIES 
ALFRED BOWDITCH 
CHARLES F. CHOATE 
ALEXANDER COCHRANE 
EDMUND D. CODMAN 
T. JEFFERSON COOLIDGE 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

WILLIAM ENDICOTT, Chairman 

CHARLES H. DALTON 
GEO. DEXTER 
PHILIP DEXTER 
WILLIAM FARNSWORTH 
FREDERICK P. FISH 
MORRIS GRAY 
FRANKLIN HAVEN 



GEORGE S. SILSBEE 
LAWRENCE M. STOCKTON 
JAMES J. STORROVV 
NATHANIEL THAYER 
DAVID R. WHITNEY 
GEORGE WIGGLESWORTH 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



BOSTON 

SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO. 

87 MILK STREET, Corner CONGRESS, POST-OFFICE SQUARE 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



$1,000,000 
2,000,000 



CHARLES E. ROGERSON, President 

JAMES LONGLEY, Vice President 

WILLIAM C. WILLIAMS, Vice President 
GEORGE E. GOODSPEED, Treasurer 

WILLIAM L. WHITNEY, Assistant Treasurer 

HENRY A. FENN, Secretary and Manager Safe Deposit Dep't 
HERBERT D. HEATHFIELD, Assistant Secretary 
FRANCIS J. BURRAGE, Assistant Secretary 



DIRECTORS 



JAMES LONGLEY 
WILLIAM E. PUTNAM 
BENJAMIN F. STEVENS 
HENRY S. SHAW 
GERARD C. TOBEY 
NATHANIEL J. RUST 
SOLOMON LINCOLN 
FRANK G. WEBSTER 



ARTHUR F. ESTABROOK 
WILLIAM B. RICE 
GEORGE B. WILBUR 
CHARLES F. FAIRBANKS 
WALLACE L. PIERCE 
BENJAMIN P. CHENEY 
GEORGE R. WHITE 
COSTELLO C. CONVERSE 



ABEL H. PROCTOR 
ALFRED D. FOSTER 
EDWARD W. HUTCHINS 
HENRY B. DAY 
JAMES R. DUNBAR 
ELWYN G. PRESTON 
ALFRED L. RIPLEY 
CHARLES E. ROGERSON 
RICHARD M. SALTONSTALL 



Safes to %ent and Securities and Valuables Stored 
for Safe-keeping in Tire-proof and 'Burglar-proof 
Vaults. Rent of Safes from $io to $300 a year 



This Company is authorized to act as Trustee under Wills or Indentures, as Administrator, 
Executor, Guardian of Property, and to receive and hold Moneys and Property, in Trust or on 
Deposit, from any Court of Law or Equity, or from Executors, Administrators, Assignees, 
Guardians, Trustees, Corporators and Individuals. 



Interest Allowed on Money Deposits 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES, 101 MILK STREET, BOSTON 

Direct Communication can be had with all principal towns and cities of New England, and 
states east of the Missouri River. For the accommodation of non-subscribers and the 
public generally, the Company has established Public Telephone Pay Stations as follows : — 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE PAY STATIONS 



WALTHAM OFFICE, Bank 

Kendal Green 

Geo. W. Broderick 
Drabbington Lodge 

Waltham 

Bacon & Sawyer, 165 Moodv 

B. & M. R. R., Brook Station, Main 

B. & M. R. R., Roberts Station, South 

B. & M. R. R., Stony Brook Station 

B. & M. R. R., Passenger Station, Carter 

James G- Burgin, Woerd Ave. 

E. E. Batman, Moody 

M. L. Halleran, Newton St., Pharmacy 



Building, Lexington Street 

John J. Kingsley, Felton and Prospect 

Lawrence Building, 677 Main 

Red Cross Pharmacy, Moody 

Natoli & Cafarello, corner Main and Moody 

E. M. Smith, corner Main and Common 

J. J. Tracey, 179 Willow 

Waltham Canoe Club, Woerd Ave. 

Eben J. Williams, Main and Prospect 

Weston 

Boston & Maine R. R., Church 

Geo. W. Cutting & Sons 

T. F. Lynskey & Co., Central Ave, 



ARLINGTON OFFICE, 661 Massachusetts Avenue 



Brattle 
R., Hill's Crossing, 

, Lake 

., Mass. Ave. 
i in Mass. Ave. 



Arlington 

Boston & Maine R. R 
Boston & Maine R. 

Brighton 
Boston & Maine R. R 
Boston & Maine R. R 
Chas. F. Ford & Co., 
C. W. Grossmith, Mystic and Mass. Aves 
H. A. Perham, Arlington 
James Hutchinson, 55 Teel 
James Underwood, 483 Mass. Ave. 
Wm. H. Murray & Co. 
Police Station, Massachusetts Ave. 
Mrs. L. W. Hooper, 114 Robbins 
R. A. Welch & Co., 87 Warren 



Arlington Heights 

Boston & Maine R. 
Henry F. Derby 
T. H. Emus & Co., 



R., Park Ave. 

cor. Park and Mass. Aves. 



Lexington & Boston Street Railway Co., 
Waiting Room 

Belmont 

Boston & Maine R. R., Concord Ave. 

Frank N. La Bonte 

Elm Hill Country Club, corner School 

Watertown 

Harvard Lawn Market, Belmont, cor. Prentiss 
Riding and Driving Club, School 

Waverley 

Boston & Maine R. R., Church 

B. N. Holmes, Church 

W. B. Wilson & Co., Church, cor. Lexington 

West Medford 

Boston & Maine R. R., High 
Samuel Highley 



NEWTON NORTH 
East Watertown 

Joseph H. Kilfoil, Arlington 

Newton 

Harriet Armstrong, 25 Highland Ave. 

Boston & Albany R. R., Centre 

Warren O. Evans, 457 Washington 

Alexander Fox, 334 Watertown 

A. Hudson, 258 Washington 

Newton Business Exchange, 402 Centre 

Jas. Paxton, 388 Centre 

W. P. Sweeney, 257 Washington 



OFFICE, Elmwood Street 

Newtonville 

Boston & Albany R. R., Walnut 
Masonic Hall, 460 Newtonville Ave. 
Wm. L. C. Nichols, 300 Walnut 
John F. Payne, 281 Walnut 
J. H. Rowland, 833 Washington 

Nonantum 

J. G. Kilburn, 291 Watertown 

Watertown 

Boston Elevated Railway Co. 
Boston & Maine R. R. 
H. W. Howard, 31 Main 



LOOK FOR THE BLUE BELL 



30 ADVERTISEMENTS 



BENJ. F. EEEIS. EDMUND E. SANDERSON. 

Waltham Machine Works 

MAKERS OF 

WATCH AND CLOCK TOOLS 

Small Automatic Machines, Bench Lathes, Punches and Dies, etc. 

Special Machinery Designed and Built 
Accurate Work our Specialty : : 

TACTORY, cor. NEWTON and CUTTER STS., WALTHAM, MASS. Telephone Connection 

QLORGZ. L. HOBBS 

MACHINIST 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Steam Engines of a New Design from 2 to 25 Horse-power 

Particular attention given to Reboring and Fitting new rings in old cylinders. 
Wind-mills and Pumps repaired. Special Machinery built to order, and all 
classes of jobbing done with neatness and dispatch. Gasoline Engines ad- 
justed and repaired. 

LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED,' $1.00 
Post-office Address, STONY BROOK and 104 FELTON ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 

Residence, Central Ave., Weston. 

HENRY W. TENNEY, President STEPHEN W. LIBBY, Superintendent 

I. L. W. REYNOLDS, Treasurer JOHN HASKELL BUTLER, Secretary 

ESTABLISHED 1S7.0 INCORPORATED 1S90 

The Warren Soap Mfg. Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SOAPS, CHEMICALS, : : : 
WOOL SCOURERS, Z.TC. 

USED BY 

Woolen, Worsted, Hoisery, Cotton, Linen, Silk and Flannel Mills 

OFFICE 

MERCHANTS BUILDING, 77 SUMMER STREXT, BOSTON 

Works: 
WATERTOWN, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 31 



GIBBS EXPRESS CO. 

Established 1845 

Home Office 106 Moody Street WALTHAM, MASS. 

Forwarders of Merchandise to all parts of the World. Furniture Moving and Storage. Steamship Agents for 

Cunard, Dominion, and all first-class lines. Drafts on all parts of Ireland and Great Britain 

Through bills of lading given to all parts of Europe and the Pacific Coast 

BOSTON OFFICES 
105 Arch Street 15 and 36 Merchants Row "!"7 Kingston Street 

89 Broad Street 16 Union Street 29 Washington Street 

14 and 15 Devonshire Street 

telephone CONNECTION J- H. YETTEN, Treasurer and Manager 

P. MALOY & SON 

Contractors and Teamsters 

LOAM, SAND AND GRAVEL 

87 Bacon Street :: :: WALTHAM, MASS. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

D. J. BURKE 

General Express and Jobbing 

FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING 



ALL WORK DOIVE PROMPTLY 



Residence 116 Central Street WALTHAM, MASS. 

STAND AT THE WALTHAM DEPOT TELEPHONE, 51-4. 



CROSBY HARNESS COMPANY 

JACOB J. S. PETERSON, President and Treasurer 
Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

Harness, Trunks, Traveling Bags 

WHIPS, ROBES, BLANKETS, BRUSHES, COMBS, ETC. 

Harness and Trunk Repairing a Specialty 

176 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM, MASS. 

anager 




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ADVERTISEMENTS 



ESTABLISHED 1849 

THE A. T. STEARNS LIMBER COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS-DEALERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Eastern, Western and Southern Lumber and Timber 



EVERY KIND, QUALITY, SHAPE AND FORM 

FLORIDA CULF CYPRESS ■> BOARDS 

SPECIALTIES: I CEORCIA HARD PINE and [• TIMBER 

OTHER SOUTHERN WOODS > PLANK 



Flooring, Sheathing, Clapboarding, Shingles 

CYPRESS CLAPBOARDINO A SPECIALTY 

EVERYTHING IN WOOD OR WOODWORK 




GUTTERS AND CONDUCTORS, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, COLUMNS, ETC. 
Mantels, Doors, Windows and Blinds 

BUILDERS' FINISH OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Window and Door Frames, Stair Posts, Rails and Balusters, Store and Office Fittings, 

Counters, Bowl Stands, Mantel Shelves, Etc. 

SPECIAL CABINET WORK 

Ca rper-i-ter and IV1 . 1 1 AA/ork o-F A.1I Kinds 



SASH BARS, GREENHOUSE MATERIAL HOT-BED SASH, COLD FRAMES 



Boat Stock, 
Fence Posts, 
Rails and Pickets. 
Kiln Dried 
Lumber Always 
in Stock. 




Builders' 
Hardware, 

Roofing 
Materials, 

Point, Oil 
and Glass. 



Send, for Book, "Cypress Lumber and Its "Uses." !N"o Charge. 

Main Office, Mills and Wharves at NEPONSET, ) 

Branch Office and Exhibit, 166 Devonshire St. and 19 Federal St. £ BOSTON 

Haymarket Square Salesroom, 1 Sudbury St. cor. Merrimac St. ) 

P. O. Address, Neponset, Boston, Mass. Long Distance Telephones 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



33-39 



BOSTON 

SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO. 

87 MILK STREET, Corner CONGRESS, POST-OFFICE SQUARE 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



$1,000,000 
2,000,000 



CHARLES E. ROGERSON, President 

JAMES LONGLEY, Vice President 

WILLIAM C. WILLIAMS, Vice President 
GEORGE E. GOODSPEED, Treasurer 

WILLIAM L. WHITNEY, Assistant Treasurer 

HENRY A. FENN, Secretary and Manager Safe Deposit Dep't 
HERBERT D. HEATHFIELD, Assistant Secretary 
FRANCIS J. BURRAGE, Assistant Secretary 



JAMES LONGLEY 
WILLIAM E. PUTNAM 
BENJAMIN F. STEVENS 
HENRY S. SHAW 
GERARD C. TOBEY 
NATHANIEL J. RUST 
SOLOMON LINCOLN 
FRANK G. AVEBSTER 



DIRECTORS 

ARTHUR F. ESTABROOK 
WILLIAM B. RICE 
GEORGE B. WILBUR 
CHARLES F. FAIRBANKS 
WALLACE L. PIERCE 
BENJAMIN* P. CHENEY 
GEORGE R. WHITE 
COSTELLO C. CONVERSE 
ABEL H. PROCTOR 



ALFRED D. FOSTER 
EDWARD W. HUTCHINS 
HENRY B. DAY 
JAMES R. DUNBAR 
ELWYN G. PRESTON 
ALFRED L. RIPLEY 
CHARLES E. ROGERSON 
RICHARD M. SALTONSTALL 



Safes to 'Rent and Securities and Valuables Stored 

for Safe-keeping in Tire-proof and Surgular-proof 

Vaults. Rent of Safes from $io to $300 a year 



This Company is authorized to act as Trustee under Wills or Indentures, as Administrator, 
Executor, Guardian of Property, and to receive and hold Moneys and Property, in Trust or on 
Deposit, from any Court of Law or Equity, or from Executors, Administrators, Assignees, 
Guardians, Trustees, Corporators and Individuals. 



Interest Allowed on Money Deposits 



40 ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE A. & P. SKIRT CO. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Ladies' Tailor-Made Skirts, Suits, Etc* 

ALL GARMENTS MADE TO YOUR ORDER AND GUARANTEED 

LAWRENCE BUILDING, ROOM 10, WALTHAM, MASS. 

Telephoue Connection 
Telephone, 4335-5 Main 

ALONZO D. WRIGHT 

..ARCHITECT.. 

40 STATE STREET ... - BOSTON, MASS. 

ROOM 53 



RUFUS WARRXN £r SONS 

Boot, Shoe & Rubber Store 

WELCH'S BLOCK 

9 floody Street, WALTHAH, HASS. 

Where can always be found a full and 
complete assortment of the most desirable 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers 

AT THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES 
Repairing Neatly Done 

9 MOODY ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 

WELCH'S BLOCK 



WALTHAM 
DIRECTORY 

i 9°5 

CONTAINING 

A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS' CLASSI- 
FIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY, STREET 
DIRECTORY, CITY OFFICIALS, 
CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, 
SOCIETIES, Etc. 



PRICE - ^S.^O 

F. H. RADFORD, 

Publisher, 

179 Summer Street, 

BOSTON. 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1905 by F. H. Radford, in the Office 

of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



42 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Telephone, Haymarket 1343 Telephone, Waltham 271-2 

CHARLES E. STEARINS 

(Boles & Stearns) 

Attorney and Counsellor at Lak> 

1116-1118 Barrister's Hall, Pemberton Sq., Boston 
24 VE.RNON STREET, WALTHAM 

NOTARY PUBLIC JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

WILLIAM J. BAININAN 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 

Rooms 3 and 4, METHODIST BUILDING, WALTHAM 

TELEPHONE 306-2 

ISotary Public 

Notary Public Justice of the Peace 

THOMAS F. KEARINS 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 

Room A, Central Block, 621 MAIN STREET 

Waltham, Mass, 

Telephone 261-3 
Telephone 421-3 Justice of the Peace 

PATRICK J. DUAINE 

HTTOHNEY AT LAW 

661 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. Residence, 114 Brown St. 

AMY F. ACTON 

Counsellor at Law 

TRE,MONT BUILDING, Room 548 BOSTON, MASS. 

Telephone 662-5 Haymarket 

58 ADAMS STREXT, WALTHAM 

Telephone 419-5 



PREFACE 

In issuing the sixteenth volume of the Waltham and Watertown Directory, 
the publisher takes pleasure in acknowledging his indebtedness to the many 
patrons of the work for their valuable support, which has contributed so much 
to its compilation and success. 

An examination of its pages will show ^hat a large proportion of the busi- 
ness concerns of both places are represented in its advertising department. An 
advertisement in the Directory is sure to be criticised and commented upon, not 
only by the advertisers themselves, but more so by those who are not patrons, 
and these comments are just what advertisers desire, as it is proof to them that 
their object has been attained. The Directory is not glanced at and then thrown 
aside, as is almost every other advertising medium, but it is a continual book of 
reference in every business house and family in the city it represents, as well 
as the large number of cities in which it is circulated outside of its home. The 
Waltham Directory will hereafter be issued annually. 

Respectfully, 

F. H. RADFORD, Publisher. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



BYRON B. JOHNSON 

Counsellor at Law 

NOTARY PUBLIC 
45 Pond Street :: WALT HAM 

TELEPHONE, WALTHAM 309-3 

Boston address, 89 State Street, Room 82 



JOHN L. HARVEY 
ATTORNEY 



AND 



Counsellor at Law 

Methodist Building, Rooms 3 and 4 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



THOMAS H. ARMSTRONG 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



NOTARY PUBLIC 



82 Devonshire Street, Room 17, Boston 

Residence, 488 Lexington Street, Walthatn 



ROBERT M- STARK 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law 

Central Block, opp. City Hall, Main Street, Waltham, flass. 

NOTARY PUBLIC 



TEL., WALTHAM 261-4 



JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
RESIDENCE TEL., 126-3 



A. J. LATHROP 
ATTORNEY AT LAW 

Room 4, Eagle Block, cor. Main and Common Streets, Waltham, Mass. 



NOTARY PUBLIC 



PENSIONS 



JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 



GEORGE L. MAYBERRY THOMAS F. CAREY 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



661 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 
Boston Office, 6 Ashburton Place 



Telephone, 146=2 
Telephone, 904 Haymarket 



HENRY M. ROGERS 



FRANK A. NORTH 



MELVIN IMC. JOHNSON 



ROGERS, NORTH & JOHNSON 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

NOTARIES PUBLIC 

89 State Street, Rooms 81, 83, 83, Boston 

TELEPHONE, HAIN 4071 CABLE ADDRESS, ADVOCATE, BOSTON 



CONTENTS 



Waltham 

Abbreviations 71 

Banks 242 

Blocks, Buildings, etc 62 

Boston Theatre Diagrams 

Back colored pages 

Business Directory 205 

Business Directory of Pa- 
trons in Boston, Etc. 385 

Churches 239 

City Government 237 

Corporations 242 

Expresses 214 

Fire Alarm Telegraph Boxes 238 

Fire Department 239 

Index to Advertisements . . 47 
Index to Boston Advertise- 
ments 49 

Institutions, Clubs, etc. . . . 241 
Watertown Directory 



Wat'rt'n 

317 
383 
314 



594 



382 

383 
373 
381 
381 
50 



283 
301 



Waltham 

Justices of the Peace 243 

Lawyers 223 

Manfg. Companies 224 

Masonic 240 

Military 240 

Newspapers 226 

Notaries Public 243 

Physicians 228 

Police Department 238 

Postoffices 243 

Public Library 237 

Publie~Schools, etc 239 

Schools 239 

Societies, etc 240 

Streets, Courts, Avenues ... 51 
Town Officers, Watertown . 

U. S. Arsenal 

Waltham Directory 71 



Wat'rt'n 

384 
376 
383 

382 



384 
378 
381 
384 
381 
382 
382 
382 
312 
381 
384 



46 ADVEBTISEMENTS 



American Fidelity Co. 

MONTPELIER, VT. 

CAPITAL - - $250,000 

Liability, Accident and Health Insurance 

JOHN PAULDING MEADE, Manager for Eastern Massachusetts 
27 KILBY STREET, BOSTON 

J. KELSO MAIRS, Waltham Agent Telephone, Main 1480 

PIETY CORNER CONSERVATORIES 

Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants 
for Decoration, Bedding Plants 

GREENHOUSES - - - WORCESTER LANE 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

Telephone Connection 

Telephone Connection 

M. J. CONNOLLY 

Counsellor at Law 

51 and 52 AMES BUIUDIING 

BOSTON 

794 MAIN STREET = = = WALTHAM 

JOHN TOTTEN & SONS 

(John L. Totten, Proprietor) 

DEALERS 1IN w x— * w — « 

PURE POIND ....I W d 

Ice Supplied at all Seasons of the Year at Lowest Market Rates 

Office at Residence, 74 Bacon St., Waltham, Mass. 

Connected by Telephone 



Index to Waltham Advertisers 



Acton, Amy F 42 

Adams, P. P 25 

American Fidelity Co 46 

American Waltham Watch Co 7 

American Watch Tool Co 6 

Armstrong, Thomas H 44 

A. & P. Skirt Co 40 

Bacon & Sawyer Pharmacy 9 

Ball, E. S. Mrs 5 

Bannon, Wm. J 42 

Barker, George J. Lumber Co., back 

binding and page 21 

Barnes Electric Co., 

Tremont Theatre diagram 
Barnes, Frank L., 

Tremont Theatre diagram 

Bergin, Michael 10 

Bodenschatz, G. H 15 

Boles & Stearns 42 

Boston Candy Kitchen 13 

Boston Mut. Life Ins. Co 24 

Brown, F. A. & Co 14 

Brunswick Grocery & Provision Co 21 

Bull, E. H 16 

Bullard, A. E 14 

Burgin, J. G 23 

Burke, D. J 31 

Carey, Thomas F 44 

Carney, .L, Coal Co 70 

Central Dry Goods Co 24 

Clark, George A 22 

Clarkson, John H. back cover 

Cobb, Clifford S 24 

Connolly, Michael J 46 

Coolidge, J. J., line back cover 

Coolidge, R. W 19 

Coolidge & Strauch 70 

Crosby, Harness Co 31 

Daily Free Press Tribune 8 

Davis & Farnum Mnf g. Co 6 

Dawson, George 16 

Dennen, H. E 11 

Dennison. Lyman O 25 

Dolliver, T. H 22 

Duane, Patrick J 42 

Dwinell, C. H. front cover 

Eaton, Albert M 8 

Eaton Bros. opp. Colonial Theatre Dia. 

Ellis & Sanderson 30 

Emerson, Warren F 25 

Flagg, George A. & Co 19 

Floyd, C. A 19 

Fulton, Pryor back cover 



Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co. front cover 

Gannon, J. A 18 

Geer, E. A. Mrs. back cover 

Geoff rion, Louis J 17 

Gibbs Express Co 31 

Gifford, Fred C 20 

Glancy, R. E. opp. Lumber Dealers 

Glover, C. F. back cover 

Goinsalvos, Robert back cover 

Goodnow, William & Son 70 

Graves, P. H. & Son 12 

Greenberg, Abe 24 

Hall & Lyon Co. front cover 

Hartwell, Richardson & Driver headings 

Harvey, John L 44 

Hathaway, C. F 23 

Hatha way's Bakery 23 

Higgins, J. A 12 

Hobbs, George E 30 

Holland, J. Douglass 4 

Hotel Bullard 14 

Howe, W. C 16 

Hutmacher & Hemler 12 

Hynes, John H. & Co 18 

Jenkins, Elizabeth F 9 

Johnson, Byron B 44 

Johnson, Robert B, Hollis St. Theatre diag. 

Johnson, Melvin M 44 

Johnson, William H 11, 17 

Jose, F. J. Mrs line 

Justason, G. E 22 

Keane, M 23 

Kearns. T. F 42 

Keef e, F. M 9 

Kendall, Levi J 22 

Kelly, Geo. I. & Co 25 

Kennedy, J. S. Co. front cover 

Kilburn, George W 20 

Kimball, C. L 16 

King & Kelley 14 

Kirwin, Fred H 2 

Kirwin, Grafton E 15 

Lally Patent Column Co., 

opp. Boston Theatre diagram 

Lathrop, A. J 44 

Lewis, John H 13 

Lidstone, S. S 18 

Light, John F., line 

Lord, Rufus E 15 

MacKinlay S 13 

Maloy, P. & Son 31 

Mayberry, George L 44 

Mellor, W. H., line 



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INDEX TO WALTHAM ADYERTISEKS 



McDonald's Express 22 

New England Coal Co., back cover 

National Coal Tar Co. back cover 

New England Telephone and Telegraph 

Co 29 

North Western Life Ins. Co 4 

Nutting, C. P. & Co 23 

Peterson, J. J. S., front cover 

Piety Corner Conservatories 46 

Poole, Charles A 19 

Poutas, A. J. back cover 

Ratto, G 13 

Robinson, J. F. and F. I. 

Tremont Theatre diagram 

Rogers, North & Johnson 44 

Ross, S. J 13 

Russo, F. A 19 

Sanders, Sahac 8 

Sears, E. A., M.D., lines 

Silinan, James T., back cover 

Simons, P. & Co., 

Boston Theatre diagram 

Spooner & Clark 70 

Spring, Geo. F 24 

Stark. R. M 44 

Stark Tool Co 7 

Star Floor Oil 15 

Stearns, Charles E 42 

Swain, E. H 7 

Swan, C. H. & Co 13 

Taylor & Percival 3 

Tolman. Bradshaw S 11 

Totten, John & Sons 46 

Towne, W. N., front cover 
Trainor Bros., Park Theatre diagram 
True, C. F 14 



Viles, D. F. & Co 26 

Walker, E. A 10 

Waltham Boat and Canoe Co 23 

Waltham Clock Co., back cover 

Waltham Coal Co., front cover 

Waltham Co-operative Bank 26 

Waltham's Co-operative Furniture Co. . . 25 
Waltham Evening News, 

opp. Colonial Theatre diagram 

Waltham Foundry Co 4 

Waltham Daily Free Press Tribune. ... 8 

Waltham Gas Light Co 5 

Waltham Haberdashers and Hatters, 

front cover 

Waltham Horological School 7 

Waltham Ice Co., front cover 

Waltham Machine Works, Newton, cor. 

Cutter 30 

Waltham Laundry, back cover 

Waltham National Bank 26 

Waltham Publishing Co 8 

Waltham Savings Bank 26 

Waltham School of Business 24 

Waltham Trust Co 4 

Waltham Supply Co., line 

Waltham Trap Rock Co 15 

Warren, Isaac & Son 12 

Warren, Ruf us & Sons 40 

Watch City Ice and Fuel Co 14 

Wellington, F. D 21 

Wentworth, B. W. & Son 19 

White. Edward F 17 

Woolley, George, front cover 

Wright, F. T 18 

Wright. Alonzo D 40 

Youngstrom, A. J 17 



Index to Boston, Cambridge, Newton, Advertisers 



Acton, Amy F 42 

Abbott, John E 311 

American Fidelity Co 46 

American Waltham Watch Co 7 

Armstrong, Thomas H 44 

Barker, George J. Lumber Co., 

back binding and 21 
Batchelder, C. H.-& Co., 

opp. Colonial Theatre 
Barnes Electric Co., 

under Tremont Theatre diagram 

Boles & Stearns 42 

Boston Mut. life Ins. Co 24 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co 28 

Cambridge Trust Co. back colored 

Carey, Thomas F 44 

Charles River National Bank (The) 2 

Crawford, F. E 311 

Connolly, M. J 46 

Cunniff, P. Sarsfield 310 

Dennison, L. 25 

Eaton, Albert M 8 

Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., front cover 

Galvin & Macurdy 310 

Gibbs Express Co 31 

Gregg, G. H. & Son back cover 

Haynes, A. F 304 

Hartwell, Richardson & Driver, headings 
Hood Rubber Co 302 



Johnson Byron B 44 

Johnson, Melvin M 44 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleans- 
ing Establishment 3 

Lally Patent Column Co, 

Boston Theatre diagram 

Lord, R. E 15 

Mason, W. A. & Son, back colored 

Mass. Wharf Coal Co., back cover 

Mayberry, George L 44 

Melledge, Robert J. back colored 

Moller, C. B., opp. Colonial Theatre 

National Coal Tar Co, back cover 

New Eng. Tel. and Tel. Co 29 

New England Trust Co 27 

Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co. . 308 

Raymond & Whitcomb Co 9 

Rogers, North & Johnson 44 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, back colored 

Somerville Sanitarium Co 20 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co., (The) 32 

Stearns, Charles E 42 

Stone, Walter C 311 

Vahey, Innes & Mansfield 311 

Walker, Geo. H. & Co 310 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co 308 

Warren Soap Mnfg. Co. (The) 30 

Wright, Alonzo D 40 



Index to Watertown Advertisers 



Abbott, John E 311 

Bent, Luther & Co 301 

Crawford, F. E 311 

Cvmniff, P. Sarsfield 310 

Davidson, George G 301 

Farwell, William E 307 

Fletcher, Irving T 303 

Gerry, J. W., headings 

Gleason, Samuel S 307 

Graham, Robert J., front edge 

Green, S. B. & Co 305 

Gregg, George H. & Son, back cover 

Haynes, A. F 304 

Hood Rubber Co 302 

Howard, Henry W 306 

Howard Ice Co 303 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleans- 
ing Establishment 3 

Macurdy, Leigh T 310 

Mahoney, D. J 805 

McLauthlin & Co 311 



Jim-dough, Albert B 304 

New Eng. Tel & Tel. Co 29 

Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co . . 308 

Parker, George S 306 

Pevear, William H. & Co 302 

Potter's Stables (inc.) 305 

Ralston, John & Co 302 

Stone, Edwin L 307 

Stone, Walter C 311 

Union Market National Bank 306 

Yahey, T. F 311 

Yahey, James H 311 

Yahey, Innis & Jlansfield 311 

Walker & Pratt Jlnfg. Co 308 

Warren Soap Jlnfg. Co. (The) 30 

Waterproof Paint Co, (The) 301 

Watertown Coal Elevator 302 

Watertown Co-operative Bank (The) . . 306 

Watertown Lumber Co 304 

Watertown Savings Bank 306 



WALTHAM STREET DIRECTORY 



Giving the location of each street, and showing what other 
streets and places run from it or across it, with the number at 
which they intersect. 

From this list the location of any number on a street can 
be easily ascertained ; as for instance, wishing to know at what 
part of Adams street iSTo. 165 comes you look at Adams and 
find that Brown street crosses at 157, and Robbins at 175, show- 
ing that 165 Adams would come about half way between Brown 
and Bobbins. L. P., Lincoln Park; C. P., Crescent Park; F. 
R. R., Fitchburg Railroad. 



Left. 
2 



ACORN, from 37 Oak to 32 Bolton, Ward 7. 
ADAMS, from 54 Crescent to 336 Crescent, 

Wards 5, 6. 
Right. 

5 Crescent 
Martyn sq. 
9 Spruce 
35 Walnut 
63 Chestnut 
87 Maple 
111 Cherry 
135 Ash 
157 Brown 
17.5 Robbins 
201 Orange 

Chester av. 
231 Crescent 
AVENUE, from 



10 

36 

64 

88 
112 
136 
158 
176 
202 
224 
234 
ADAMS 



464 



Moody to 
Ward 6. 



Newton line, 
ALDER, from 276 Mood yto Cranberry. 

Wards 5, 6 
2 1 Moody 

32 31 Beech 

62 61 Lowell 

120 119 Newton 

Cranberry 

APPLETON, from 526 Main to 57 Central, 

Ward 3 
ASH, from 220 Crescent to Cranberry, 

Wards 5, 6 
2 1 Crescent 

44 43 Adams 

308 107 Moody 

170 169 Lowell 

230 229 Newton 

272 271 Cranberry 

AUBURN, from opposite 91 Vernon to Au 
burn Terrace, Ward 4 



AUBURN TERRACE, the south end of Au- 
burn, Ward 4. 
BACON, from 801 Main to 372 Lexington, 
Piety Cor., Ward 1. 
Left. Right. 
2 1 Main 
58 59 School 
82 Totten ct. 
87 Pond 
111 Emery 
118 117 B. & M. R. R. 
120 Guinan 
142 Plympton 

213 Dale 
214 West Dale 

247 Varnuin park 
Greenwood av. 

326 Clark lane 

Worcester lane 

Lexington 

BANKS, from 935 Main. Ward 1. 

BARNES (L. P.), from Warren, n. Water- 
town line, Ward 2. 
BARTON, from 26 Newton to 25 Townsend, 

Ward 3. 

BEAR HILL AVENUE, from Main beyond 

Stow, northerly, Ward 1. 

BEAVER, from Lexington, beyond Dale, to 

Warren, near Watertowh line, Ward 2. 

Lexington 

Lyman 
Forest 

Linden 
Waverley Oaks road 

B. & M. & F. R. R. crossings 

Clematis av. 

Hollace 

Warren 



52 



WALTHAM STREET DIRECTORY 



BEDFORD, from 115 Prospect to 120 South, 

Ward 4. 
Left. Right. 

2 1 Prospect 

Pratt av. 

Ray 
Curtis 

76 75 South 

BEECH, from 31 High to 32 Myrtle, Ward 5. 
2 1 High 

18 17 Alder 

36 35 Myrtle 

BELLEVUE, from 183 Prospect to Curtis, 

Ward 4. 
Prospect 

5 Bellevue place 
15 Curtis 

BELLEVUE PLACE, from 15 Bellevue, 

Ward 4. 
BEMIS AVENUE, from 53 Harvard. 

Ward 4. 
BENEFIT, from 159 Newton to Elm, 

Ward 7. 
Newton 

Whitcomb 
Elm 

BOLTON, from 230 Newton to Day, Ward 7. 

Day 
BOW, from Trapelo road, west of Woburn, 
to do., near Lexington, Ward 2. 

BOWKER (L.P.), from Warren, near Water- 
town line, to Wilton. Ward 2. 
BRIGHT, from 322 Main to River, Ward 3. 
BROOK, from Lincoln, beyond Smith, to the 
Lincoln line. Ward 2. 
BROOK AVENUE, from 239 Felton,Ward 4. 
BROOKLINE (L. P.), from Warren to 
Watertown line. Ward 2. 
BROWN, from 236 Crescent to Cranberry, 

Ward .6 
2 1 Crescent 

46 45 Adams 

104 103 Moody 

170 169 Lowell 

Newton 

Cranberry 

BROWN AVENUE, from 156 Charles to 157 
Felton, Ward 4. 

Charles 

Dudley av. 

Noonan 
Felton 

BRYANT, from Plympton to Summit, 

Ward 1. 
CARLETON, from Plympton to Summit, 

Ward 1. 
CALVARY, from 170 Newton to 51 Farwell, 

Ward 7. 
2 1 Newton 

70 69 F. R. R. crossing 



CALVARY— Continued. 

Left. Right. 

69 Cedar 
95 Moore 
109 Friend 
131 Flood 
Cottage 
198 Handy 

Farwell 

CARTER, from opposite 13 Elm to opposite 
26 Moody, Ward 3. 

CASTLE, from 99 Pond av. to B. & M. R. R., 

Ward 1. 
CEDAR, from 69 Calvary, at F. R. R. cross- 
ing, to 196 High, Ward 7. 
2 1 Calvary 
30 29 Oak 

63 Cutter 
High 

CENTRAL, from 41 Newton to 29 Elm, 

Ward 3. 
2 1 Newton 

25 Heard 
37 Cross 
50 Jackson 

57 Jackson 
118 117 Elm 

CENTRAL AVENUE, from 212 Felton to 

29 Sun, Ward 4. 

CENTRE, from Massasoit court to Massa- 

soit. near New Grove, Ward 3. 

CHAMBERLAIN TERRACE, from 404 

Main, Ward 3. 

CHARLES, from 15 Moody to 90 South, 

Wards 3, 4. 
2 1 Moody 

14 Mechanic 

54 Water 

80 Fountain 

101 Grant 
126 127 Williams 

148 149 Harvard 

156 Brown av. 

187 Floyd 
192 Viles court 

214 215 Prospect 

242 243 Prospect-st. av. 

261 Charles-st. av. 
South 

CHARLES-STREET AVENUE, from 261 
Charles, Ward 4. 

CHERRY, from Crescent, opp. Am. W. W. 
Co., to 285 Moody, Ward 5. 

Left. Right. 

2 1 Crescent 

46 45 Adams 

100 99 Moody 

CHESTER AVENUE, from 224 Adams to 
401 Moody, Ward 6. 



WALTHAM STREET DIRECTORY 



53 



CHESTNUT, from 128 Crescent to 241 New- 
ton, Wards 5, 7. 
Left. Eight. 
2 1 Crescent 
34 33 Adams 
66 Chestnut place 
82 81 Moody 
126 127 Hall 
134 133 Lowell 
172 171 Gardner 
196 195 Stearns 
208 207 Newton 
CHESTNUT PLACE, from 66 Crestnut, 

Ward 5. 
CHURCH, from 609 Main to 102 Lyman, 

Ward 2. 
2 1 Main 

17 Gibbs court 
20 Park place 

School 

55 Church-st. place 
106 107 Summer 

Lyman 

CHURCH-ST. PLACE, from 55 Church to 
School, Ward 2. 

CLARK LANE, from 326 Bacon, Ward 1. 
CLEMATIS AVENUE (L. P.), from Beaver, 
northeasterly, Ward 2. 

Beaver 

Lincoln 
CLINTON, from 242 Newton to 1 Day, 

Ward 7. 
40 Day 

COLBY AVENUE, from 177 Moody, Ward 5. 
COLUMBUS AVENUE, from end of Wel- 
lington, Ward 1. 
COMMON, from 673 Main to 126 School, 

Ward 2. 
2 1 Main 

26 Middle 

48 47 School 

COOPER, off Pine, beyond Hall, Ward 7. 
COTTAGE, from Calvary to Newton line, 

Ward 7 
CRAFTS, from 238 Lowell to Tolman, 

Ward 6. 
CRANBERRY, from 165 High to Newton 
line, Ward 6. 

High 

Alder 
Myrtle 
Ash 
Brown 
Bobbins 
Newton line 

CRESCENT, from 115 Moody to 415 Moody, 
Reed's Corner, Wards 5, 6. 

2 1 Moody 

54 Adams 

Martyn sq. 



CRESCENT— Continued. 

Left. Right. 

68 Spruce 

100 Walnut 

128 Chestnut 

158 Maple 

159 Prospect 
Cherry 

220 Ash 

236 Brown 

258 Bobbins 

280 Orange 

307 Woerd av. 
326 Adams 

391 Norumbega Terrace 
420 419 Moody (Reed's Corner) 

CRESCENT PARK, formerly Packard's 
Island, Ward 6. 

CROSS, from 508 Main to 37 Central, 

Ward 3. 
CURTIS, from Bedford to end of Bellevue, 

Ward 4. 
2 1 Bedford 

15 Dartmouth 
25 Highland 
26 Felton 

33 Highland 
46 45 Sharon 

Bellevue 

CURVE, from 488 Lexington to 71 Lincoln, 

Ward 2. 
CUSHING, from 208 Moody to 17 Stearns, 

Wards 5, 7. 
2 1 Moody 

42 43 Hall 

CUTTER, from Newton, near High, to 63 
Cedar, Ward 7. 

DALE, from 188 Lexington to foot of Pros- 
pect, Ward 1. 
2 1 Lexington 

61 Varnum park 
Bacon 

DANIEL'S PLACE, from 746 Main Ward 4. 
DARTMOUTH, from opposite 16 Curtis to 
South, Ward 4. 

DAY, from 40 Clinton to Bolton, Ward 7. 
DENNISON (C. P.), from Riverview avenue 
southwesterly to Riverview av., Ward 6. 
Riverview av. 

Endicott 
Riverview av. 

DERBY, from 422 Moody to Newton line, 

Ward 0. 
2 1 Moody 

40 Columbus av. 

50 Lowell 

52 51 Newton line 

DEXTER, from Moody to Derby, Ward 6. 
DUDDY AVENUE, Ward 4. 



54 



WAETHAM STREET DIBECTOEY 



D WIGHT (L. P.), from Thayer's road to 
Watertown Hue, Ward 2. 

BATON COURT, Ward 6. 

ELM, from 600 Main, across F. R. R. and 
Charles River, to 118 Pine, Wards 3, 7. 

Left. Right. 

1 Main 

13 Music Hall ay. 

29 Central 

Carter 
F. R. R. crossing 

River av. 

Charles River bridge 

Mc Kenn 

Benefit 

Piue 

ELM COURT, Ward 7. 

ELM AVENUE, from 992 Main to 27 Wes- 
ton, Ward 1. 
EMERY, from 111 Bacon to Castle, Ward 1. 
ENDICOTT (C. P.), from 61 Woerd av. to 
Dennison, Ward 6. 
EVERGREEN WAY, from 130 Willow. 

Ward 3. 
EXCHANGE, from 743 Main to 76 Pond, 

Wards 1, 2. 
2 1 Main 

26 Exchange-st. place 

38 Exchange-st. court 

56 55 School 

86 87 Pond 

ENCHANGE-ST. COURT, from 38 Ex- 
change, Wards 1, 2. 
EXCHANGE-ST. PLACE, from 26 Ex- 
change, Ward 1. 
FAIRMONT, changed to Lord, Ward 1. 
FARNSWORTH, from 43 Plympton to West 
Dale, Ward 1. 
FAR WELL, from 40 River to Newton line. 

Wards 3, 7. 
2 1 River 

Charles River bridge 

51 Calvary 
Newton liue 

FELTON, from 25 Moody to 130 Prospect, 

Wards 3, 4. 
2 1 Moody 

15 Mechanic 
59 Water 
93 Fountain 
122 121 Williams 

142 141 Harvard 

157 Brown av. 
172 Fern 

212 Central av. 

222 221 Prospect 

FERN, from 172 Felton to F. R. R., Ward 4. 
2 1 Felton 

11 Sun 



FERN— Continued. 

Left. Right. 

30 29 F. R. R. 

FISKE, from 829 Main to School, west of 
Bacon, Ward 1. 

FISKE AVENUE, from 118 Weston, 

Ward 4. 
FISKE COURT, from 16 Harvard av. 
FLOOD, from 131 Calvary to 34 John, 

Ward 7. 
FLOYD, from 28 Russell to 187 Charles, 

Ward 4. 
FOREST, from Beaver to Trapelo road, 

Ward 2. 
Beaver 

Old Forest 

Trapelo road 

FOUNDRY AVENUE, from 170 Willow to 
Central park, Ward 3. 

FOUNTAIN, from 80 Charles to 93 Felton, 

Ward 3. 
FRANCIS, from 867 Main to B. & M. R. R., 

Ward 1. 
2 1 Main 

68 65 School 

100 99 B. & M. R. R. 

FRANKLIN, from Plympton to Summit, 

Ward 1. 
FRIEND, from 109 Calvary to Calvary cem- 
etery, Ward 7. 
2 1 Calvary 
John 
Calvary cemetery 
FULLER, from 206 Lowell to Tolman, 

Ward 6. 
GARDNER, from 100 Pine to 82 High, 

Ward 7. 
2 1 Pine 

20 Gorham 

30 29 Taylor 

Cushing 

64 63 Chestnut 

90 89 High 

GIBBS CT.. from 17 Church, Ward 2. 

GORDON, from 136 Moody to 17 Hall. 

Ward 5. 
2 1 Moody 

15 Union 
44 43 Hall 

GORE, from Main, nearly opposite Warren, 

to Grove, near Watertown line. Ward 3. 

GORHAM, from 20 Gardner to 201 Newton, 

Ward 7. 
GORMAN AVENUE, from 159 School, 

Ward 2. 
GRANT, from 101 Charles to 240 School, 

Wards 4. 3, 1. 
2 1 Charles 

18 Harvard av. 



WALTHAM STREET DIRECTORY 



55 



GRANT— Continued. 



Left. Right. 

Main 

79 Grant place 
100 99 School 

GRANT AVENUE (L. P.), from west of 
Webster, easterly to Watertown line, 

Ward 2. 
Webster 

Watertown line 

GRANT PLACE, from 79 Grant, Ward 1. 
GREENWOOD AVENUE, from Bacon, be- 
yond West Dale, westerly, Ward 1. 
GROVE, from Watertown line to Newton, 

Ward 3. 
2 1 Watertown line 

Gore 
129 Lafayette 
152 153 Willow 

Bright 
Main 

GUI NAN, from 120 Bacon to Hammond, 
opp. Lawrence, Ward 1. 

HAGAR LANE (L. P.), from Warren to 
Watertown line, Ward 2. 

HALL, from 47 Pine to 42 High, Ward 5. 
2 1 Pine 

17 Gordon 
Taylor 

52 51 Gushing 

72 73 Chestnut 

High 

HALL PL., from 196 Newton, Ward 7. 

HAMMER, from 242 Charles to Bedford, 

Ward 4. 

HAMMOND, from 891 Main to Lord, 

Ward 1. 
2 1 Main 

69 School 
B. & M. R. R. 

Guinan 
Lawrence 

152 151 Plympton 

184 Summit 

Lord 
HANDY, from 198 Calvary to the Charles 
river, Ward 7. 

HARDING AVENUE, from 220 Main, 

Ward 3. 
HARRIS, from 459 Main to Summer, near 
Pleasant, Ward 2. 

HARTWELL, from South, beyond Turner, 
westerly to beyond Morton, Ward 4. 

South 

Morton 

HARVARD, from 828 Main to F. R. R., 

Wards 3, 4. 
2 1 Main 



HARVARD— Continued. 



Left. 



20 
36 



54 



Right. 
19 Russell 

Harvard av. 
Harvard place 
39 Munroe av. 
53 Bemis av. 
57 Charles 
79 Duddy av. 
80 Noonan's ct. 

88 87 Felton 

116 115 F. R .R. 

HARVARD AVENUE, from 18 Grant to 20 
Harvard, Ward 4. 

2 1 Grant 

16 Fiske court 

36 Harvard 

HARVARD PLACE, from 36 Harvard, 

Ward 4. 

HASTINGS AVENUE, from 558 Main, 

Ward 3. 

HAWTHORNE, from 50 Summit to beyond 

Plympton, Ward 1. 

HAZEL, from Plympton to Dale, Ward 1. 
HEARD, from 492 Main to 25 Central, 

Ward 3. 
HIGH, from 252 Moody to Newton line, 

Wards 5, 6, 7. 

2 1 Moody 

31 Beech 
43 Hall 

62 61 Lowell 

82 Gardner 

106 Stearns 

122 121 Newton 

165 Cranberry 
196 Cedar 

Cherry 

Newton linje 

HIGHLAND, from 129 Prospect to 164 
South, Ward 4. 

1 Prospect 

7 Pratt's av. 
15 Brook av. 
29 Curtis 
45 Hope av. 
South 

HIGHLAND AVENUE, from 151 Weston, 

Ward 1. 
HIGHLAND COURT, changed to Bellevue 
place, Ward 4. 

HILLSIDE, from end of Worcester lane, 

Ward 1. 
HOLLACE (L. P.), from Beaver north, 

Ward 2. 
Beaver 

Lincoln 



56 



WALTHAM STREET DIRECTORY 



HOMESTEAD PLACE, from Wellington 

to beyond Rich, Ward 1. 

Left. Right. 

Wellington 

Rich 

HOPE AVENUE, from opposite 45 High- 
land to F. R. R., Ward 4. 

Highland 

Sharon 

OF. R. R. 

HOSPITAL, changed to Hope a .v 
HOWARD, from 843 Main, across School at 

301, to B. & M. R. R., Ward 1. 

IRVING, from Plympton, beyond Lawrence, 

to Summit, Ward 1. 

Plympton 
JACKSON, from 50 Central to 381 River, 

Ward 3. 

2 1 Central 

OF. R. R. bridge 

Jackson pi. 

River 

JACKSON PLACE, from Jackson, near R. 

R., to 387 River. Ward 3. 

JOHN, from Moore to Calvary cemetery, 

Ward 7. 

2 1 Moore 

18 19 Friend 

34 Flood 

Calvary cemetery 

KIR WIN'S COURT, from 641 Main, Ward 2. 
LAFAYETTE, from 162 Main to 129 Grove, 

Ward 3. 

LAKE, from Lexington, beyond Bacon, to 

Lincoln, Ward 2. 

LAWRENCE, from Hammond, opposite 

Guinan, to 10 Summit, Ward 1. 

2 1 Hammond 

46 45 Plympton 

Summit 

LAWTON PLACE, from 369 River, Ward 3. 
LEONARD, from 69 Plympton to Lord, 

Ward 1. 
LEXINGTON, from 633 Main to the Lex- 
ington line. Wards 1, 2. 
2 1 Main 
44 43 School 

79 Warren av. 
96 Pond 

103 Summer 
B. & M. R. R. 

188 Dale 

Beaver 
372 Bacon 

428 Lincoln 

488 Curve 

Lake 

Trapelo road 

Lexington line 



LEXINGTON TERRACE, from Lexington, 

near R. R., Ward 2. 

LIBERTY, from 555 Main to opposite 51 

School, Ward 2. 

LINCOLN, from 428 Lexington to the Lin- 
coln line, Wards 1, 2. 
Left. Right. 

2 1 Lexington 

71 Curve 

Winter 

Lake 
Smith 

Brook 

Trapelo road 

Lincoln line 

LINCOLN (L. P.), from Clematis avenue to 

Waverly, Ward 2. 

Clematis av. 

Hollace 

Waverly 

LINCOLN PARK, north of Beaver and east 
and west of Warren. Ward 2. 

LINDEN, from 387 Main to Beaver, Ward 2. 

LOCUST, from Winter, nearly opposite C. 
H. Brown's to Winter, Ward 1. 

LORD, from Hammond to Leonard, Ward 1. 

LOWELL, from 65 Pine to 50 Derby, 

Wards 5, 6, 7. 
2 1 Pine 

Taylor 

40 Lowell-st. pi. 

50 51 Cushing 

70 69 Chestnut 

96 95 High 

116 115 Alder 

130 129 Myrtle 

150 149 Ash 

170 169 Brown 

194 193 Robbins 

205 Wadsworth 
206 Fuller 

224 223 Washington av. 

238 Craft 

Derby 

LOWELL-ST. PLACE, from 40 Lowell, 

Ward 7. 

LOWELL'S GROVE, off River, Ward 3. 

LUNDA, from beyond 1041 Main, Ward 1. 

Ward 2. 
LYMAN, from 491 Main to Beaver. 
2 1 Main 

22 School 

68 69 Summer 

102 Church 

C. M. R. R. crossing 

Beaver 

LYNCH'S LANE, from Willow to School 
av., Ward 3. 



WALTHAM STREET DIRECTORY 



57 



MACK'S 


COURT, off School, opp. 


Spring, 
Ward 2. 


MAPLE 


TERRACE, from 88 Maple, 

Ward 5. 


MAIN, fi 


'om Watertown line to Weston line, 


MARTYN (C. P.), 60 Woerd av. t 


Left. 


Right. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4. 


Park. 


Ward 6. 


2 


1 Watertown line 




MARTYjS 


i SQUARE, junction of Crescent, 




Warren 




Spruce 


aud Adams, Ward 5. 





Gore 




MASSASOIT, from Main, at Beaver Brook 


162 


Lafayette 




R. R. crossing, to Grove, Ward 3. 


200 


Willow 




Left. 


Right. 


220 


Harding ter. 







Main 


334 


Grove 






Massasoit ct. 





Massasoit 







Grove 





F. R. R. crossing 






Centre 


404 


Chamberlain ter. 
387 Linden 

Townsend 
451 Pleasant 
459 Harris 

Newton 




MASSASOIT COURT, from Massasoit to. 


450 
470 




beyond Centre, Ward 3. 
Centre 
M'KENN, from 141 Newton to Whitcomb, 

Ward 7. 
2 1 Newton 


492 

50S 


491 Lyman 
Heard 
Cross 




28 


15 Wall 

27 Whitcomb 


526 


Appleton 




MECHANIC, from 15 Felton to 1 




555 Liberty 






Ward 3. 


558 


Hastings av. 




MIDDLE 


, from 26 Common to 23 Spring, 


582 


Music Hall av. 






Ward 2. 


600 


Elm 
609 Church 




2 


1 Common 
13 Middle-st. pi. 




633 Lexington 




40 


39 Spring 




673 Common 




MLDDLE-S 1 


674 


Moody 






Ward 2. 




723 Spring 




MOODY, 


from 674 Main to Newton line, 


738 


Stratton ter. 






Wards 3, 5, 6. 


746 


Daniel's ct. 
743 Exchange 







1 Main 
15 Charles 


782 


781 Grant 






25 Felton 




801 Bacon 







Carter 


828 


Harvard 
829 Fiske 
843 Howard 







F. R. R. crossing 
Charles River bridge 
115 Crescent 




867 Francis 


- 


116 


Pine 


882 


Prospect 




136 


Gordon 




891 Hammond 







Post office ■ 




921 Wellington 






139 Whitney av. 




935 Banks 






165 Spruce 




975 Prospect Hill av. 






177 Colby av. 




Palmer 




180 


Taylor 


956 


Weston 






205 Walnut 


992 


Elm av. 




208 


dishing 




Lunda 




232 


231 Chestnut 


1268 


1269 B. & M. R. R. 




252 


High 


1300 


Stow 






261 Maple 




Bear Hill av. 




276 


Alder 





Weston line 






285 Cherry 


MAPLE, 


from 15S Crescent to 261 Moody, 


294 


Myrtle 






Ward 5. 


306 


305 Ash 


2 


1 Crescent 




328 


327 Brown 


42 


41 Adams 




350 


349 Robbins 


88 


Maple ter. 




370 


Wadsworth av. 


300 


99 Moody 






373 Orange 



58 



WALTHAM STREET DIEECTOBY 



MOODY— Continued. 

Left. Right. 

392 Washington av. 

401 Chester av. 
451 Crescent 
422 Derby 

464 Adams av. 

468 469 Newton ine 

MOORE, from 95 Calvary to 1 John, Ward 7. 
2 1 Calvary 

21 Oak 
John 

MORTON, from Hart well to beyond Sunny- 
side, Ward 4. 
Hartwell 
Sunnyside 
MT. PLEASANT, from 64 School, Ward 2. 
MUNROE AVENUE, from 35 Harvard, 

Ward 4. 
MURRAY, from Dale, Ward 1. 

MUSIC HALL AVENUE, from 582 Main to 
13 Elm, Ward 3. 

MYRTLE, from 294 Moody to Cranberry, 

Wards 5, 6. 
2 1 Moody 

32 Beech 

66 65 Lowell 

130 129 Newton 

168 167 Cranberry 

NAVIENS LANE, from 160 Willow, Ward 3. 
NEW ELM, from Elm, near P. R. R. 
NEW GROVE, from Grove, at Schoolhouse, 
to 82 Newton, Ward 3. 

2 1 Grove 

53 Massasoit 
Newton 

NEWTON, from 470 Main to Newton line, 

Wards 3, 6, 7. 

2 1 Main 

41 Central 
53 Massasoit 
F. R. R. bridge 

82 New Grove 

River 

141 McKenn 
159 Benefit 
170 Calvary 

189 Pine 
196 Hall pi. 

F. R. R. crossing 

201 Gorham 
213 Taylor 
214 Oak 

222 Bolton 

241 Chestnut 
242 Clinton 

Cutter 

260 259 High 



NEWTON— Continued. 



Left. 


Right. 


288 


287 Alder 


306 


305 Myrtle 


324 


323 Ash 


354 


353 Brown 


364 


363 Robbins 





Newton line 



NOONAN, from 75 Harvard, Ward 4. 

NORUMBEGA TERRACE, from 391 Cres- 
cent, Ward 6. 
OAK, from 214 Newton to 21 Moore, Ward 7. 
2 1 Newton 
37 Acorn 
70 69 Cedar 
96 97 Moore 

OLD FOREST, from Forest, westerly by 
Mai"tha Harrington's estate, Ward 2. 

OLDHAM, changed to Bellevue. 
ORANGE, from 280 Crescent to 373 Moody, 

Ward 6. 
2 1 Crescent 

42 41 Adams 

106 105 Moody 

ORCHARD AVENUE, from off Church, 
near School. Ward 2. 

PALMER, from Main, junction of Weston, 
north. Ward 1. 

PARK (C. P.), from Rumford av to River- 
view av., Ward 6. 
43 Farnsworth 
9 Martyn 
21 Randall 
44 43 Riverview a v. 
PARK PLACE,from 20 Church to 90 School, 

Ward 2. 

PARKER LANE, from 185 Willow to School 

av.. Ward 3. 

PEARL, from 34 Winthrop, Ward 4. 

PINE, from 116 Moody to 189 Newton, 

Wards 5, 7. 
2 1 Moody 

47 Hall 
Cooper 

65 Lowell 
99 Gardner 
F. R. R. crossing 

118 Elm 

Newton 

PLEASANT, from 451 Main to 48 Summer, 

Ward 2. 

PLYMPTON. from 142 Bacon to Prospect 
Hill pk., Ward 1. 

2 1 Bacon 

43 Fanrsworth 
69 Leonard 
92 91 Hammond 

118 117 Lawrence 

Irving 



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PLYMPTON— Continued. 

Left. Right. 

Hawthorne 
Bryant 
Franklin 
Carlton 

Prospect Hill pk. 
POND, from 100 Lexington to 87 Bacon, 

Wards 1, 2. 
2 1 Lexington 

76 Exchange 

79 Foud-st. ct. 
85 Castle 
99 Pond av. 
138 139 Bacon 

POND AVENUE, changed to Castle. 
POND-ST. COURT, from 79 Pond to B. & 
M. R. R., Wards 1, 2. 

PRATT AVENUE, from Bedford to 11 
Highland, Ward 4. 

PROSPECT, from 882 Main, across Charles 
River, to 159 Crescent, Wards 4, 5, 6. 

2 1 Main 

22 21 Russell 

49 Vernon 
(53 Prospect av. 
84 85 Charles 

115 Bedford 
129 Highland 
130 Felton 

155 Sharon 
174 Sim 

183 Bellevue 
F. R. R. bridge 

Riverview pi. 

Charles River bridge 

Crescent 

PROSPECT-ST. AVENUE, from 63 Pros- 
pect to 243 Charles, Ward 4. 
PROSPECT HILL AVENUE, from 975 
Main to Winter. Ward 1. 
QUINCE, changed to Waverley Oaks road, 
RANDALL, from 74 Woerd av. to 21 Park, 

Ward 6. 
RICH, from 913 Main to B. & M. R. R., 

Ward 1. 
RIDGEWOOD, off South, Ward 4. 

RIDGEWOOD TERRACE, off South, 

Ward 4. 
RIPLEY, off River. 

RIPLEY COURT, from 84 Harvard to 13 
Williams, Ward 3. 

RIVER, from Watertown line to Elm, opp. 
B. Mfg. Co., Ward 3. 

2 1 Watertown line 

40 Farwel] 

F. R. R. crossing 

Willow 
181 School av. 



RIVER— Continued. 

Newton 

Left. Right. 

369 Lawton pi. 
381 Jackson 
387 Jackson pi. 
432 431 Elm 

RIVER AVENUE, from Elm, near the 

bridge, easterly. Ward 3. 

RIVERVIEW AVENUE (C. P.), from 45 

Woerd av to Morse meadow, Ward 6. 

Left. Right. 

2 1 Woerd av. 

Dennison 

116 115 Woerd av. 

120 119 Park 

RIVERVIEW PLACE, from Prospect, south 

of F. R. R., easterly, Ward 4. 

ROBBINS, from 258 Crescent to Cranberry, 

2 1 Crescent Ward 6. 

46 45 Adams 

102 101 Moody 

126 Bobbins pi. 

166 165 Lowell 

Tolman 

Newton 

Cranberry 

ROBBINS PLACE, from 126 Bobbins, 

Ward 6. 

ROSE HILL, the John R. Farnum estate, 

lower Main, Ward 2. 

RUMFORD AVENUE (C.P.), from 46 Woerd 

av., Ward 6. 

2 1 Woerd av. 

Park 

RUSSELL, from 19 Harvard to 20 South, 

Ward 4. 
2 1 Harvard 

28 Floyd 

52 51 Prospect 

South 

SCHOOL, from 22 Lyman to 69 Hammond, 

Wards 2, 1. 
2 1 Lyman 

Church-st. pi. 
50 Liberty 

64 Mt. Pleasant 

74 73 Church 

90 Park place 

102 101 Lexington 

126 Common 

159 Gorham av. 
168 Spring 

188 189 Exchange 

221 Smith ct. 
240 Grant 

256 257 Bacon 

Fiske 

301 Howard 



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SCHOOL— Continued. 
Left. Right. 

316 315 Francis 

336 335 Hammond 

SCHOOL AVENUE, from 181 River to 
Lynch's lane, Ward 3. 

O River 

Parker lane 
Lynch's lane 
SHARON, from 155 Prospect to Hope av., 

Ward 4. 
2 1 Prospect 

28 27 Curtis 

54 53 Hope av. 

SMITH, from Lincoln to Lexington line, 
SMITH COURT, from 221 School, Ward 1. 
SOUTH, from 4 Weston to Weston line, 

Ward 4. 

2 1 Weston 

20 Russell 

44 43 Vernon 

84 Charles 

99 Winthrop 
120 Bedford 

Dartmouth 

164 Highland 

Roberts crossing 

Turner 
Hartwell 
Sunnyside 
Westou line 

SPRING, from 723 Main to 168 School, 

Wards 1, 2. 
2 1 Main 

23 Middle 
56 55 School 

SPRUCE, from 68 Crescent to 165 Moody. 

Ward 5. 
Left. Right. 

2 1 Crescent 

4 3 Adams 

40 Whitney av. 

58 57 Moody 

STEARNS, from 109 Taylor to 106 High, 

Ward 7. 
2 1 Taylor 

17 Cushing 
Chestnut 

High 

STOW, from 261 Weston to 1300 Main, 

Ward 1. 
STRATTON TERRACE, from 738 Main, 

Ward 3. 
SIBLEY ROAD, off Weston to Stony Brook, 

Ward 1. 
SUMMER, from opp. 49 Pleasant to 107 
Lexington, Ward 2. 

2 1 Pleasant 

Harris 
Lyman 



SUMMER— Continued. 

Left. Right. 

118 119 Church 

136 Warren av. 

139 Summer-st. a v. 
180 179 Lexington 

SUMMER AVENUE, from 139 Summer, 

Ward 2. 
SUMMIT, from 188 Hammond to Prospect 
Hill park, Ward 1. 

2 1 Hammond 

10 ' Lawrence 

Irving 

50 Hawthorne 

Bryant 
Franklin 
Carleton 
Prospect Hill pk. 
SUN, from 11 Fern to 174 Prospect, Ward 4. 
2 1 Fern 

29 Central av. 
Prospect 

SUNNYSIDE, from South, beyond Hartwell, 
to Morton. Ward 4. 

Morton 

TAYLOR, from 180 Moody to 213 Newton, 
TOMLIN, off West Dale, Ward 1. 

Wards 5, 7. 
2 1 Moody 

16 Union 

44 45 Hall 

62 63 Lowell 

90 91 Gardner 

109 Stearns 
136 137 Newton 

THAYER'S ROAD (L. P.), from Warren to 

Belmont line. Ward 2. 

TOLMAN, from Bobbins, beyond Lowell, to 

Newton line. Ward 6. 

2 1 Robbins 

Fuller 

Washington av. 
Craft 
Newton line 

TOLMAN, off West Dale, Ward 1. 

TOTTEN'S COURT, from 82 Bacon, Ward 1. 
TOWNSFND, from 450 Main, Ward 3. 

TRArELO ROAD, from Belmont line to 
Lincoln, Ward 2. 

Belmont line 

Waverley Oaks road 

Forest 

Woburn 
Bow 
Lexington 

Smith 

Lincoln 

TURNER, from South, at Roberts crossing, 
westerly to F. R. R. round house, Ward 4. 



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UNDERWOOD PARK, from 450 Moody, 

Ward 6. 
UNION, from 15 Gordon, to 16 Taylor, 

Ward 5. 
VARNUM PARK, from 61 Dale to 217 

Bacon, Ward 1. 

VERNON, from 49 Prospect to Weston, near 

Fiske av., Ward 4. 

Left. Right. 

2 1 Prospect 

2 71 South 

90 Auburn 

114 Weston 

VILES COURT, off 192 Charles, Ward 4. 
WADSWORTH AVENUE, from 370 Moody 

to 205 Lowell, Ward 6. 

WALL, from 15 McKenn to the river, 

Ward 7. 
WALNUT, from 100 Crescent to 205 Moody, 

Ward 5. 

2 1 Crescent 

20 19 Moody 

74 73 Moody 

WARREN, from Main, nearly opp. Gore, to 

Watertown line, Ward 2. 

Main 

Beaver 

Waverly 

Bowker 

Webster 

Barnes 

Watertown line 

WARREN AVENUE, from 81 Lexington to 

136 Summer, Ward 2. 

WASHINGTON AVENUE, from 392 Moody 

to Tolman, Ward 6. 

2 1 Moody 

58 57 Lowell 

Tolman 

WATER, from 54 Charles to 59 Felton, 

Ward 3. 
WAYERLEY (L. P.), from Warren, beyond 

Beaver, to Wilton, Ward 2. 

Warren . 

Lincoln 
Wilton 
WAVERLY OAKS ROAD, from Linden to 

Trapelo road, Ward 2. 

WEBSTER" (L. P.), from Warren, near 

Watertown line, southerly to Watertown 

line, Ward 2. 

Warren 

Grant av. 

Watertown line 

WELLINGTON, from 921 Main to B. & M. 

R. R., Ward 1. 

WELLINGTON AVENUE, from Wellington 

to Rich. 
WEST, from Winter, near Reuben Wyman's, 

to the Weston line, Ward 1. 



WESTON, from 956 Main to the Weston 
line, Stony Brook, Wards 1, 4. 

Left. Right. 

2 1 Main 

4 South 

27 Elm av. 
Vernon 

118 Fiske av. 

151 Highland av. 
261 Stow 
Weston line 

WHITCOMB, from Benefit to Charles 
river, Ward 7. 

Benefit 

McKenn 

Charles river 

WHITNEY AVENUE, from 139 Moody to 

40 Spruce, Ward 5. 

WILBUR STREET, Ward 2. 

WILLIAMS, from 126 Charles to F. R. R., 

Ward 3. 
2 1 Charles 

32 31 Felton 

F. R. R. 

WILLOW, from 200 Main to River, opp. W. 
B. & D. Works, Ward 3. 

Left. Right. 

2 1 Main 

300 99 Grove 

130 Evergreen way 

160 Naviens lane 

170 Foundry av. 

181 Lynch's lane 
185 Parker lane 
214 213 River 

WILTON (L. P.), from end Waverly, 

Ward 2. 
Waverly 
Bowker 
WINTER, from Lincoln, beyond Curve, to 
the Lincoln line. Wards 1, 2. 

Lincoln 

Locust 

Prospect Hill av. 
West 

Lincoln line 

WINTHROP, from 99 South to Fiske av., 

Ward 4. 
34 Pearl 

WOBURN, from Trapelo road to Lexington 

line, Ward 2. 

WOERD AVENUE, from 307 Crescent to 

Riverview av., Crescent Park, Ward 6. 

2 1 Crescent 

45 Riverview av. 
46 Rumford av. 

60 Martyn 

61 Endicott 
74 Randall 

84 Riverview av. 



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WOODLAWN AVENUE, from Dale, near 
foot Prospect Hill.( Ward 1. 

WORCESTER LANE, from Bacon, near 
junction Lexington, westerly, Ward 1. 

WYMAN, Ward 2. 



Blocks, Buildings, Halls, Offices, Etc 

Adams Building, 603 to 607 Main 

Asbury Temple, Methodist Building, Main, 

cor. Moody 
A. O. U. H. Hall, 655 Main 
A. O. U. W. Building, 128 to 136 Moody 
A. O. U. W. Hall, 128 Moody 
Bartlett Block, 199-205 Moody 
Bill's Block, Prospect, cor. Bills 
Buttrick's New Block, 555 to 561 Main 
Carpenters' Hall, 673 Main 
Central Block, 617 to 627 Main 
Cheney Block, 6 to 10 Church 
City Hall, 618 Main 
Connelly Block, 107 to 115 Moody 
Convent of Notre Dame Training School, 52 

and 58 Newton 
Court House, in Police Station building, 

Lexington 
Eagle Block, 655 to 673 Main 
Endicott Hall, 128 Moody 
Exchange Hall, 725 to 729 Moody 
Foundry Block, foot Foundry av. 
Fraternity Hall, 128 Moody 
French's Block, 210 to 212 Moody 
Gardner Block, Newton, cor. River 
Glidden Block, 167 to 171 Moody 
Good Templars' Hall, 693 Main 
Goodnow Block, 708 to 712 Main 
Granite Block, rear 583 Main 
Granite Hall, Granite Block, rear 583 Main 
Greeley Block. 719 to 723 Main 
G. A. R. Hall, 27 Moody 
Hall Block, 146 to 162 Moody 
Hall Building, 117 to 125 Moody 
Harrington Block, 194 to 208 Moody 
Higgins Block, 85 to 93 Moody 
Hovey Hall, 27 Moody 
Kingsbury Block, 156 to 162 Moody 
Lawrence Building, 675 to 681 Main 
Lawrence Building, 893 to S97 Main 
Leland Home for Aged Women, 21 Newton 
Lincoln Building, 133 to 139 Moody 



Lincoln Hall, 137y 2 Moody 

Long Block, Lawton place, off River 

Lyman Hall, 12 Moody 

Masonic Hall, 14 Moody 

Maynard Block, 696 to 700 Main 

Maynard Hall, 700 Main 

McGum's Block, 577 to 581 Main 

Mercantile Building, 1 to 5 Moody, and 

678 to 688 Main 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 661 Main 
Parmenter Block, 25 to 29 Moody 
Philedian Hall, 10 Moody 
Pickering Hall, Asbury Temple, 686 Main 
Police Station, Lexington, near Main 
Tope & Whitney's Block, 609 to 615 Main . 
Post Office. Moody, cor. Gordon 
Priests Building, 651 to 657 Main 
Prospect Block, 705 to 709 Main 
Public Library, 15 Moody 
Quigg's Block, School, cor. Exchange 
Reynolds Hall, 137% Moody, room 6 
Riley's Block, 675 to 681 Main 
Rumford Building, 610 to 022 Main 
St. Joseph's Hall, 563 Main 
Saltmarsh Block. 189 to 197 Moody 
Shepherd Block, 179 to 187% Moody 
Shepherd Hall, 185 Mody 
Smyth's Block, 157 to 165 Moody 
Spruce Street Hall. 50 Spruce 
Stark Building, 218 to 224 Moody 
Stearns & Crehore Block, 691 to 697 Main 
Superintendent of Schools Office, High 

School Building 
Temperance Hall, 150 Moody 
Townseud Block, 583 to 589 Main 
Cnion Hall, 150 Moody 
Waltham City Home, South 
Waverly Villas, 188 to 194% Adams 
Waltham Hospital, Hope av. 
Waltham National Bank Building, 637 Main 
Waltham Savings Bank Building, 702 Main 
Waltham Trust Company's Building, Moody 
Warner Block, 99 to 105 Moody 
WaA-erly Block, 711 to 717 Main 
Welch's* Block, 9 to 15 Moody 
Welch's Hall, 14 Moore 
Wentworth Block, off 902 Main 
West End (The), Main. cor. Prospect 
Whitford's Block, 641 to 647 Main 
Whitford's Building, 659 to 663 Main 
Young Women's Christian Association, 

1371/a Moody 



CORRECTIONS 



BULL EDWARD H., carpenter and builder, 

15 High (see page 16 and Globe Theatre 

Diagram) 
CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 

HOUSE, 594-596 Main (see back cover 

and page 10) 
Keach George B., E. H. W. Co., res. 34 

Harvard 
Keirstead Bertha M., W. W. Co., res. 10 

Prospect av. 
Keirstead Clara A., stenographer (B.), res. 

10 Prospect av. 



Keirstead Cornelia B., stenographer (B.), r. 
10 Prospect av. 

Keirstead Ella B., milliner (B.), res. 10 Pros- 
pect av. 

McDonald Laura, E. H. W. Co., res. 23 y 2 
Common 

McDonald Winifred, widow of Hugh, res. 
33 Vernon 

McDougall Murdock, laborer, res. 1 Harvard 

McKenzie Archibald M., coachman, res. 88 
Exchange 



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COOLIDQE & STRAUCH 

UNDERTAKERS 

NIGHT CALLS AT STORE 
200 MOODY STREET, WALTHAH, MASS. 

Telephone Connection Lady Assistant when desired 

MRS. H. E. SPOONER • GEORGE A. CLARK 

Telephone 155-3 Telephone 155-2 

SPOONEK &■ CLARK 

Funeral Directors and lLmbalmers 

NIGHT CALLS PROMPTLY ATTLNDLD TO 



UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE, REPAIRING 

Residence, 15; 
Telephone Call, 155-3" 



158 Moody Street, Waltham Residence, 153 Moody 



WM. GOODNOW h SON 

Undertakers and Tuner al directors 

'Bodies Preserved by the Latest Improved ^Methods 

Competent persons in charge night or day. Lady assistants when desired 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

Office and Warerooms, - 708 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 



J. CARNLY COAL CO. 



DEALERS IN 



Coal, Wood, Lime, Hay, ILtc. 

YARD, 70 CALVARY STREET 
Branch Office at H. A. Farnsworth's, 125 Moody St. connected by Telephone 



WALTHAM 

DIRECTORY 

1 © O ^ 



THE MEANING OF THE FOLLOWING ABBREVIATIONS. 

Ab., above; agt, agent; emp., employee; Am. W. W. Co., American Waltham Watcb 
Co.; asst., assistant; av., avenue; b. or bds., boards; bet, between; bey., beyond; bldg., 
building; blk., block; (B.), Boston; B. Mfg. Co., Boston Manufacturing Co.; B. & M. R. 
R., Boston & Maine Railroad; bmst, basement; Camb., Cambridge; Col. W. Co., Colum- 
bia Watcb Co.; com. mer., commission mercbant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court: C. P., 
Crescent Park; E. H. W. Co., E. Howard Watcb Co.; D. & F. Mfg. Co., Davis & Far- 
num Mfg. Co.; F. R. R., Fitcbburg Railroad; b., bouse; J. L. T. Mfg. Co., Judson L. 
Thomson Manufacturing Co.; lab., laborer; L. P., Lincoln Park; mkr., maker; mfr., 
manufacturer; n., near; O'H. W. D. Co., O'Hara Waltbam Dial Co.; opp., opposite; pi., 
place; P. O., Post-Office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev., Reverend; r., rear; R. O, 
Roberts Crossing; st., street; sec, secretary; sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas., 
treasurer; (U. S. A.), United States Army; U. S. N.,) United States Navy; whf., 
wharf; whol., wholesale; wid., widow; W. B. & D. Wks., Waltham Bleachery & Dye 
Works; W. C. Co., Waltham Clock Co.; W. E. W. Co., Waltham Emery Wheel Co.; W. 
F. Co., Waltham Foundry Co.; W. G. L. Co., Waltham Gas Light Co.; W. Mfg. Co., 
Waltham Manufacturing Co.; W. N. C. S., Waltham New Church School; Wash., 
Washington; W. T. S. for N., Waltham Training School for Nurses; W. W. Co., Wal- 
tham Watch Co. 



ABBOTT Clara, res. 792 Main 
L. M. Mrs., res. 61 Ash 
Samuel P., special justice, Second Dis- 
trict Court, Lexington, res. Watertown 
William H., res. 6 Ash 
Abrahamison August, res. 21 Warren av. 
Abramson Sander, janitor, Plympton 

School, res. 33 Heard 
Abrahamson Oscar, W. W. Co., res. 41 Ham- 
mond 
Abramovitch Joseph, junk dealer, res. 159 

Newton 
ACTON AMY F., lawyer, 58 Adams and (548 
Tremont Bldg., B.), res. 58 Adams, (see 
page 42.) 
Elizabetb Mrs., res. 58 Adams ' 
A. C. E. Club, 210^ Moody 
Adams Alice Mrs., res. 7 Union 
Anna D., res. 57 Lyman 
Annie A. Mrs., res. 305 Moody 
Arthur M., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 343 
Crescent 



Adams Carrie L. Mrs., music teacher, 92 
Maple, res. do. 
Charles, machinist, res. 1 Harvard 
Daniel, mason, res. 16 Chestnut 
Edwin F., fish dealer, 697 Main, res. off 

end Dale 
Ernest H., composer, res. 92 Maple 
Ernest T., res. 185 Chestnut 
Etta Mrs., res. 211 Brown 
Eugene E., mason, res. 69 Lexington 
Everett D., W. W. Co., res. 170 Lowell 
Florence Y., W. W. Co., res. 27 Bolton 
Frank D., res. 781 Main 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 48 Chester av. 
Henry H., painter, res. 16 Chestnut 
House, Susan Z. Hamilton, mgr. 94 Adams 
John, printer, 117 South, res. do. 
John A., fish, West Dale, res. do. 
John Q., res. Bear Hill av., near Main 
Joseph, W. W. Co., res. 30 Orange 
Lewis P., carpenter, res. 19 Taylor 
Lee, teamster, res. 1347 Main 

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Adams Lucy M., teacher, The Banks School, 
res. 110 Lexington 
Mary F., res. 57 Lyman 
Mary H. Mrs., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 34!) 

Crescent 
Melvina A. F. Mrs., res. 558 Main 
Myrtie B., teacher, No. grammar school, 
res. 155 Summer 
ADAMS, PTOLEMY P., dry and fancy 
goods, 133, 135, 137 and 139 Moody, res. 
349 Ci'escent (see page 25) 
Samuel M., carpenter, res. 27 Bolton 
Simeon P.. res. 80 Adams 
Stephen W., bi"oom maker, res. end Bear 

Hill ay. 
Walter F., physician, 558 Main. res. do. 
William A., reg. of voters, res. 22 Common 
Adcock Charles, W. W. Co., res. 14 Norum- 

bega terrace 
Adelstein George L., res. 187 Brown 

Martha A. Mrs., res. 187 Brown 
Adgeman Wilfred F., Am. W. W. Co., res. 

Tomlin 
Adler Alfred C, res. 26 Hammond 

William, res. 4 Tiles et. 
Adshade John W.. driver, res. 32 Heard 
AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INS. CO. 
of Hartford. E. A. Walker, agent, 637 
Main (see page 10) 
AETNA INS. CO. of Hartford, D. F. Viles 

& Co., agents, 637 Main (see page 26) 
Affleck Bertram L., machinist, res. 25 Fuller 
George D., W. W. Co.. res. 25 Fuller 
George E., W. W. Co., res. 25 Fuller 
Aherne Edward J., fireman, res. 42 Turner 
Ahlmon John, W. W. Co., res. 47 Winthrop 
Aikon Eunice G. W. W. Co.. res. 51 Brown 
Aitken Ada J., clerk, res. The Standish 
Lilly, W. W. Co., res. The Standish 
Akins Lawrence J., mason, 205 Ash 
Alcorn John S.. machinist, res. 222 Ash 

William S., machinist, res. 222 Ash 
Alden George S.. job master. W. W. Co., 
res. 21 Church 
Grace C, teacher, res. 21 Church 
Hiram, res. 102 Orange 
Mary S., widow of Simeon, res. 23 Church 
Oris B., shipper, res. 156 Brown 
Alderman Charles F.. butcher, res. 24 Spring 
Aldred Adelaide, widow of Fred, res. 61 
Cushing 
Lewis E. W.. W. W. Co.. res. 73 Taylor 
Frederick W.. student, res. 61 Cushing 
Percy F., W. W. Co., res. 61 Cushing 
Aldricli Carrol L., E. H. W. Co., res. 156 

Robbins 
Aldrich George, died Oct. 30, 1903 
Alexander Alfred. W. W. Co.. res. 349 

Moody 
Allan James, journeyman tailor. 111 Moody, 
res. 164 Adams 



Allan James, Jr., removed to Georgia 

William, tailor, 9 Crescent, res. 9 Whitney 
aw 
Allard Arthur, conductor, res. 874 Main 
Allen Alfred J., teamster, 118 Bacon, res. 
Pond-st. ct. 
Alice M., Am. W. W. Co., res. 39 Prospect- 

st. av. 
Belle M. Miss, res. 16 Alder 
Bessie H.. E. H. W. Co., res. 49 Bedford 
Charles F.. city auditor, office City Hall, 

rm. 4, res. 2 Wellington av. 
Clifford W., cigar maker (B), res. Pond- 
st. ct. 
David, W. W. Co., res. 187 Ash 
Esther P., widow of William E., res. 108 

Main 
Frank H., W. W. Co., res. 35 Cherry 
Franklin, grocer, Newton cor. Myrtle, res. 

137 Myrtle 
Fred E.. janitor, res. 368 Moody 
ALLEN G. HOWARD (Piety Corner Con- 
servatories), Worcester lane, res. 10 
Park pi. (.see page 46) 
George E., W. W. Co., res. Rumford av. 
Harold E., plumber, res. 21 Gardner 
Herbert B., cashier, 685 Main, res. 15 

Liberty 
Jennie Mrs., res. 14 Church 
Jessie E., E. H. W. Co., res. Pond-st. ct. 
John L., machinist, res. 39 Prospect-st. av. 
Marguerete D., res. 108 Main 
Minnie S., E. H. W. Co., res. 51 Prospect 
Nellie M., W. W. Co.. r. 39 Prospect-st. av. 
Rachel C, died Oct. 20, 1903 
Sabin E., painter, res. 57 Bedford 
Sarah. B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 148 Newton 
Wentworth. mgr., Newton cor. Myrtle, res. 

137 Myrtle 
William Elliott, res. 39 Prospect av. 
See Allan, also Allin 
Alliger Elmer M., optician, res. 101 Crescent 
Allin Horatio N., removed to Brookline 
Allspach George F., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 

53 Highland 
Almon John, W. W. Co., res. 14 Fiske, av. 
Almy Elizabeth C, died Aug. 5, 1904 
George L., machinist, res. 20 Russell 
John, shipper, res. 10 Underwood pk. 
Alpha Club, 10 Moody 

AMERICAN CENTRAL INS. CO. of St. 
Louis, B. S. Tolman, agent. 621 Main 
(see page 11) 
American Crayon Co., George E. Parmen- 
ter. mgr., 12 Felton 
Dye House (M. Schwartz, prop.), 47 Moody 
Express Co.. Walter J. Stone, agent, 685 
Main 
AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. of Philadel- 
phia. Penn., E. A. Walker, agent, 637 
Main. rm. 12 (see page 10) 



WALTHAM 



[A] 



DIRECTORY 



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AMERICAN FIDELITY CO. OF MONT- 
PELIER, VT., J. Kelso Mairs, agent, 17 
Vernon. John Paulding Meade, mgr. 
for Eastern Mass. Office 27 Kilby (B.) 
(see page 46.) 
AMERICAN INS. CO. of Boston, D. F. 
Tiles & Co., agents, 637 Main (see p. 26) 
AMERICAN INS. CO. of Newark, B. S. 

Tolman, agent, 621 Main (see page 11) 
American Knitting Co., West Dale-st. 
AMERICAN SURETY CO. of New York, E. 

A. Walker, agent, 637 Main (see p. 10) 
AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH CO. 
Royal Robbins, treasurer, E. C. Fitch, 
president, office Crescent, Boston office, 
373 Washington (see page 7) 
AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Elm, opp. 

Benefit (see page 6) 
Ames Bliss C. & Co., machinists, 21 Cres- 
cent, res. 249 Robbins 
Charles H, prop. Hotel Crescent, 25 Cres- 
cent, res. do. 
Clifton, W. W. Co., res. 16 Maple 
Ira J., W. W. Co., res. 16 Maple 
Martha K., widow of Alden A., res. Hotel 

Crescent 
Mary T., nurse, res. Greenwood av. 
Nancy J., res. 23 Hall 

Mary T., widow of Winthrop O., res. 32 
Orange 
Amesbury Mabel T., W. W. Co., res. 32 

Orange 
Ancoin Thomas, machinist, res. 104 Central 
Anderson Abbie A., teacher (Somerville), res. 
16 Prospect 
Alex R.. B. Mfg. Co., res. 19 Gorham 
Alfred, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 279 Newton 
Alof, tailor, 52 Spruce, res. 85 Cushing 
Amanda, B. Mfg. Co., res. 25 Lowell 
Amelia V., W. W. Co., res. 19 Gorham 
Andrew, laborer, res. 83 Charles 
Annie L., widow of Gustave, res. 34 Curtis 
Annie, W. W. Co., res. 148 Adams 
Annie R. Mrs., res. 10 Union 
Archibald C, res. 84 Russell 
Axel, B. Mfg. Co., res. 19 Gorham 
Carl W., machinist, res. 19 Gorham 
Charles H., organ maker (Weston), res. 84 

Russell 
Claud M., machinist, res. 19 Gorham 
Klaus E., hostler, res. 41 Crescent 
Donna, widow of Charles, res. Taylor 
Elijah S., res. 16 Prospect 
Estella Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 121 Brown 
Ernest J., boilermaker, res. 20 Calvary 
Etta W., stenographer (B.) res. 84 Russell 
Frank E., W. W. Co., res. 349 Moody 
Fred, buckle maker, res. 7 Charles-st. av. 
Fred E., moulder, res. Waverly Oaks rd. 
Gustaf B., janitor, Hill school, res. 26 
Heard 



Anderson Hanna, W. W. Co., res. 159 Lowell 
Helen C, A. W. W. Co., res. 34 Curtis 
Henry F., machinist, res. 241 Newton 
Jacob, laborer, res. 174 Bacon 
J. E., dancing instructor, 93 Moody 
Ida J., W. W. Co., res. 279 Newton 
John, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 39 Sharon 
John A., organ maker, res. 36 Curtis 
Joseph C, W. W. Co., res. 10 Union 
Lily, W. W. Co., res. The Standish, Hall 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 154 Ash 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 10 Beech 
Susie, dressmaker, 214 Brown, res. do. 
Wallace, W. W. Co., res. 188 Moody 
P. Miss, W. W. Co., res. 148 Adams 
William, florist, res. Beaver 

Andrews Allen, driver, 769 Main, res. 900 do. 
Amos, res. 100 Church 
Arthur C, clerk (B.), res. 100 Church 
Austin H., res. 169 Dale 
Chauncey W., milkman, Dale, opp. Mur- 
ray, res. do. 
Grace E., asst. librarian, Public Library, 

res. 100 Church 
John, W. W. Co., res. 66 Walnut 
see McAndrew 

Ankar Olaf L., W. W. Co., res. 135 Alder 

Anliker Walter J., died May 17, 1901 
Walter J., Jr., res. 7 Robbins pi. 

Aunand George P., W. W. Co., res. 39 Brown 

Annis Albert B„ W. W. Co., res. 221 Adams 
Emma L., widow of Frederick A., res. 61 

Lexington 
see Ennis 

Anthoine William J., treas. (B.), res. 378 
Newton 

Archambault Josepb, carpenter, res. 325 
Newton 
Laura L., piano teacher, res. 325 Newton 

Archibald Fred W., music teacher, res. 
Greenwood av. 

Armour Robert, hairdresser, res. 72 Taylor 
Sarah E., W. W. Co., res. 60 Taylor 
& Co., Chicago dressed beef, 14 and 16 
Felton 

Armstead Leonard R., W. W. Co., res. 12 
Walnut 
Sarah A., wid. of Leonard H, r. 12 Walnut 

Armstrong Abby E., res. 488 Lexington 
Elias B., died Jan. 28, 1905 
E. Benjamin, student, res. 488 Lexington 
George W., Am. W. W. Co., res. 96 Orange 
G. W., news stand, W. R. R. station 
James E., carpenter, res. 56 Robbins 
Robert N., clerk, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

33 Harris 
Roger W., civil engineer (B.), res. 488 Lex- 
ington 

ARMSTRONG THOMAS H, lawyer (82 
Devonshire, room 17, B.), res. 488 Lex- 
ington (see page 44) 



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Arneson Alex, organ builder, res. 6 Dart- 
mouth 
Arnold Charles R., engineer, res. 82 Alder 
Charles R., dial painter, res. 376 Moody 
Herbert B., canoe builder, 299 Crescent, 

res. 14 Orange 
James, T. & T. Mfg. Co., res. 72 Cedar 
Marcia E., W. W. Co., res. 145 Brown 
Neil H., E. H. W. Co., res. 34 Lawrence 
Richard, W. B. & D. Works, res. 96 Cal- 
vary 
Sara A., W. W. Co., res. 130 Brown 
Arnshaw Thomas, B. Mfg. Co., res. 4 Law- 
ton pi. 
Arsenault Margaret, B. Mfg. Co., res. 374 

River 
Ashley Nellie, widow of Henry L., res. 89 
Vernon 
William H., steamfitter, res. rear 235 Main 
Ashton Frank, loom fixer, res. 76 Cedar 
Alice, widow of Alfred, res. 66 Hammond 
Frank E., foreman, res. 76 Cedar 
Ashworth Dennis, carder, res. 50 Spring- 
George R., clerk, res. 21 Middle 
Robert S., driver, res. 21 Middle 
Aspinwall Jennie, widow of Albert, res. 3 

Stratton ter. 
Aston Emma Mrs., res, 39 Brown 
Atherton George B., W. W. Co., res. 19 
Bellevue 
Frank A., clergyman, res. 61 Crescent 
Louise, W. W. Co., res. 406 Moody 
Atkins G. Everett, res. 100 Prospect 

John G., watchman, W. W. Co., res. 116 
Prospect 
Atlas Chemical Co. (The), H. B. Chamber- 
lain, mgr. 224 Calvary, office (Newton- 
ville) 
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., Limited, of 
London, C. W. Sewall, agent. 621 Main 
Atwood Albert, weaver, res. 183 Newton 
Carl W., student, 119 Robbins 
Clarence B., bookkeeper, 151 Moody, res. 

Warren av. cor. Orchard av. 
Florence M., bookkeeper, 719 Main, res. 

19 Howard 
Fred W., clothing, 351 Moody, res. 119 

Robbins 
Leonard J., W. W. Co., res. 128 Adams 
May A., W. W. Co., res. 16 Alder 
William F. (B.), res. 167 Main 
Winslow P., W. W. Co., res. 119 Robins 
Audit Joseph A., school of music, 3 Moody, 

rms. 47-48, res. do. 
Audley Albert E., draughtsman, res. 364 

Crescent 
Aune Anders, watchmaker, res. 140 Alder 
Arthur O., W. W. Co., res. 140 Alder 
Ole O., watchmakers' tools, 212 Moody, 

res. do. 
Ranghild A., W. W. Co., res. 140 Alder 



Austin Charles B., watchmaker, res. 9> 
Chestnut 
Inez, W. W. Co., res. 95 High 
George E., W. W. Co., res. 55 Ash 
Wayland H., postal clerk, F. R. R., res. 
356 Moody 
Averell Annie L., bookkeeper, 105 Moody,. 

res. 84 Lowell 
Avery Henry, W. W. Co., res. 172 Adams 
Nellie M., cashier, 709 Main, res. 19 

Howard 
Urban, bookkeeper (B.), res. 23 Fiske 
Zina, W. W. Co., res. 24 Wadsworth av. 
Avjian Armen H, photographer, res. 368 
Moody 
Harry, O'H. W. D. Co., res. 368 Moody 
Ayer Adelle, milliner, res. 397 Crescent 
Juliette Mrs., res. 397 Crescent 
Walter K., res. 397 Crescent 
Ayers William H., died Sept. 22, 1904 
Aylward Thomas D., res. 4 Cross 
A. & P. SKIRT CO. (THE), room 10, Law- 
rence bldg., 681 Main (see page 40) 

BACHELDER Arvid C, machinist, res. 114, 

Harvard 
Back Edwin E., finisher, res. 77 Willow 
Backrriah Alice, W. W. Co., res. 61 Alder 
Arvid C. machinist, res. 22 Sun 
Axel, machinist, res. 114 Harvard 
Catherine E. .Mrs., res. 61 Alder 
Charles E., police, res. 22 Sun 
Edna, W. W. Co., res. 61 Alder 
Elva, W. W. Co., res. 61 Alder 
John S., clerk, 109 Moody, res. 195 Ash 
Oscar, painter, res. 27b Hammond 
Emil, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 138 Crescent 
Bacon Albert H. (Bacon & Sargent), pro- 
visions, 875 Main, res. 15 Howard 
Alfred A., clerk, res. 84 Myrtle 
Annie F., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 45 Brown 
Clara L., bookkeeper (B.), r. 11 Chester av. 
Clarence E., com. trav,, res. 22 School 
Clarence L., W. W. Co., res. 305 Moody 
Eliza K., nurse, res. 11 Chester av. 
Ethel E., W. W. Co., res. 84 Myrtle 
Florence L., bookkeeper, res. 129 Myrtle 
Eugene L., W. W. Co., res. 65 Alder 
George H., painter, res. 11 Chester av. 
Harry W., clerk, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 102 

Howard 
Herschel A., W. W. Co., res, 272 Crescent 
Howard, W. W. Co., res. 17 Elm 
Lawrence E., salesman (B.), res. 65 Alder 
Linnie, W. W. Co., res. 206 Brown 
Lydia, widow of Levi, res. 21 Newton 
Raymond L., W. Mfg. Co., res. 65 Alder 
Samuel A., res. 45 Brown 
Samuel H., res. 45 Brown 
Sarah H., widow of Walter T., res. 297 
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Bacon Theodore F., nurse, res. 129 Myrtle 
Theodore S., student, res. 22 School 
Walter T., died Jany. 13, 1904 
& Sargent (Albert J. Bacon and J. Proctor 
Sargent), provisions, 875 Main 
BACON & SAWYER PHARMACY (THE), 
(Revilo E. Harrington), apothecaries, 
105 Moody (see page 9> 
Badger Anastasia A., widow of David F., 
res. IS Fern 
Clarence I., carpenter, res. 20 Fern 
George A., machinist, res. 20 Fern 
Baggs William C, painter, res. 159 Moody 
Bagley Walter L., screw maker, res. 23 
Robbins 
William H., gardener, res. 22 Williams 
Bagshaw Paul, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 396 River 
William, Boston Mnfg. Co., res. 396 River 
Bailey Arthur L., clerk, res. 9 Pine 
Charles, W. S. Co., res. 313 Newton 
Elizabeth, dressmaker, res. 25 Derby 
George F., supt. Waltham Screw Co., res. 

313 Newton 
Leslie, res. 313 Newton 
Ruth W., widow of Levi, res. 16 Appleton 
Thomas, teamster, res. 12 Lowell 
William H., physician, 40 Bacon, res. do. 
William H., carriage maker, res. 25 Derby 
Baine Kate Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 4 Adams 
Mary Mrs., res. 61 Myrtle 
William, W. W. Co., res. 61 Myrtle 
Wilmot W., clerk. 117 Moody, res. The 
Oxford, 4 Adams 
BairdCharles E., salesman (B.), res. 395 Lex- 
ington 
Baker Alice A., stenographer, res. 26 Adams 
Amos D., musician, res. 115 High 
Annie M., widow of James, res. 36 Cherry 
Charles, res. 107 Adams 
Edward C, W. W. Co., res. 346 Crescent 
Elizabeth S., reporter, res. 36 Cherry 
Elnathan, finisher, W. W. Co., res. 12 

Fiske av. 
Emma R., teacher, res. 115 High 
George E., carpenter, res. 170 Adams 
George W.. W. W. Co., res. 395 Moody 
Harold W., student, res. South, near 

Roberts Crossing 
Henry, agent, res. 101 Felton 
Ida, widow of Charles, res. 61 Alder 
Ina M., bookkeeper (B.(, res. 115 High 
John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 426 River 
Mark B., res. 211 Adams 
Maurice W., res. 54 Washington av. 
Max, res. rear 17 Fountain 
Roy B., res. South, near Roberts Crossing 
Shephard E., clerk, res. 69 Lowell 
William H., physician (22 Mt. Vernon, B.), 

res. South, near Roberts Crossing 
W. Maurice, salesman, res. 54 Washing- 
ton av. 



Balch Edward P., musician (B.), res. 59 
Woerd av., C. P. 
Jeremiah, died July 29. 1904 
J. Sheppard, W. W. Co., res. 59 Woerd 
av., C. P. 
Balcom Ernest A., clerk, 106 Moody, res. 33 
Cherry 
Ernest W.. res. 143 Ash 
Baldwin James W., farmer, res. Waverly 
Oaks road 
Martha, res. Waverly Oaks rd. 
Mary H., res. Waverly Oaks rd. 
Ball Alfred T., clerk, res. 64 Church 
BALL ELLA S. MRS., periodicals, station- 
ery, etc., 609 Main. res. 64 Church (see 
page 5) 
Emeline, widow of Jonas, res. South, near 

Roberts Crossing- 
Frank, tool maker, res. 140 Lowell 
Lawrence S., clerk, 685 Main, res. 64 

Church 
William C. W. W. Co.. res. 216 Robbins 
Ballard Alberta P.. res. 85 Alder 

Annie, widow of Henry P., res. 45 

Highland 
Charles A., dial sinker, res. 85 Alder 
George F., W. W. Co., res. 131 Plympton 
Harley. shoemaker, res. 12 Charles 
Henry P.. janitor, Hovey Hall, res. 102 
Central 
Ballentyue Harris R., W. W. Co., res. 14 
Riverview av. 
Irene E., teacher, W. T. S. F. N. 
Ballou George F., machinist, res. 845 Main 
Balsley Charles F., W. W. Co., res. 58V 2 
Orange 
Harry H., W. W. Co., res. 25 Crescent 
Bamforth George W., E. H. W. Co., res. 56 
Charles 
Washington 1., loom fixer, res. 56 Charles 
Bangs Lisen. weaver, res. 82 Gushing 
Banks Arnold S., driver Edward E. Cutler, 
Trapelo rd., res. do. 
James H., milkman, Warren, near Beaver, 

res. do. 
Patrick, laborer, res. 41 Calvary 
Sybil, clerk (B.), res. 27 Appleton 
Thomas, res. James H. Banks 
Bannan Alice, stenographer, W. Mnfg. Co., 
res. 172 Felton 
Edward, printer, res. 172 Felton 
Mary E., E. H. W. Co., res. 14 Sharon 
Rose, res. 172 Felton 
Thomas, teamster, 33 Moody, res. 172 

Felton 
Thomas F., res. 343 Crescent 
BANNAN WILLIAM J., lawyer, 3 Moody, 
rms. 3 & 4, res. 172 Felton (see page 42) 
Bannon Bartholomew, moulder, res. rear 14 
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Bannon John, laborer, res. 169 School 
Baptist Epbriam, W. W. Co., res. 34 Fuller 
Barber Robert, W. W. Co., res. 153 Bobbins 
Barish Baruet, Variety Store, 591 Main, 

res. do. 
Barker Charles A., farmer, res. 1271 Main 
Charles D., W. W. Co., res. 160 Lowell 
David A. S., W. W. Co., res. 86 Lowell 
Edith, W. W. Co., res. 359 Moody 
Frank, W. W. Co., res. 107 Chestnut 
Fred B., driver, res. 40 Chestnut 
Fred P., draughtsman, res. 20 Woerd av. 
George C, machinist, W. W. Co., res. 20 

Woerd av. 
George J., pres. George J. Barker Lum- 
ber Co., lumber, 118 Bacon and (53 
State, B.), res. 42 Prospect 
BARKER GEORGE J. LUMBER CO. 
(George J. Barker, pres. and treas., 
Lyman H. Matthews, sec. and gen. 
mgr., 118 Bacon and (53 State B.) (see 
back binding and page 21) 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 94 Brown 
Henry, overseer, B. Mfg. Co., res. 197 

Chestnut 
William A., music teacher, 90 Myrtle,res.do 
Barlow Ami James, wood moulder, res. 12 

Bedford 
Barnard Cornelius, driver, res. 43 Charles 
Edith F., res. 80 Prospect 
Ellen, widow of Levi H., res. 80 Prospect 
Emma E., widow of Pierce, res. 37 Francis 
Eunice R., res. 71 Russell 
Levi H.. died Feby. 3, 1905 
Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 80 Prospect 
Mary H., W. W. Co., res. 80 Prospect 
Maurice, res. 37 Francis 
Pierce C, conductor, res. 37 Francis 
Barnes Alice E., milliner, 393 Moody, res. 
204 Main 
Delcenia M., widow of Hiram P., res. 

486 Main 
Delcie J., res. 25 Harvard 
Elizabeth, matron, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Foster F., res. 25 Harvard 
BARNES FRANK L., electrical engineer 
and contractor, 842 Main, and Barnes 
Electric Co. (201 Sudbury Bldg., B.), 
res. 842 Main (see under Tremont Thea- 
tre diagram) 
George Foster, artist, 25 Harvard, res. do. 
G. H. Mrs., nurse, res. 925 Main 
Hiram P., artist, 20 Scbool, res. do. 
Joseph I., draughtsman (150 Boylston, B.), 

res. 377 Main 
Mary F. Miss, res. Warren 
Martha M., teacher, res. 486 Main 
Robert R., student, res. 20 School 
Walter C, machinist, res. 486 Main 
Barnicle Michael J., driver, 233 Bacon, res. 
81 do. 



Barr Agnes, res. 29 Highland 
Ernest E., printer, res. 894 Maiu 
Fanny Mrs., res. 47 Adams 
Frank, machinist, res. 345 Moody 
George R., bookkeeper, res. 29 Highland 
James, iron moulder, res. Massasoit 
John H., Am. W. W. Co., res. 29 Highland 
Mary, widow of Robert, res. 29 Highland 

Barrett Charles H., res. 432 River 

Edward W., salesman, res. 249 School 
Ella M., widow of George W., res. 249 

School 
Ephraim C, brass finisher (B.), res. 53 

Chestnut 
James, upholsterer, 378 River, res. 365 do. 
James, res. 133 Newton 
James, Jr., at D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. 133 

Newton 
James W., conductor, res. 85 Pine 
John, laborer, res. Massasoit 
John J., plumber, res. 133 Newton 
John M., machinist, res. Barnes 
Michael, laborer, res. 121 Grove 
Michael F., coachman, res. 121 Grove 
Wilfred, W.W. Co., res. 18 Wadsworth av. 
William, died Aug. 3, 1903 

Barrows Fred G., res. 60 Hammond 
Fred L., W. W. Co., res. 172 Adams 
George W., milkman, res. 9 Murray 
Lester, machinist, res. 24 High 

Barry Annie, clerk, res. 77 Pine 
Bartholomew, died April 17, 1905 
Ephraim L., job printer, Music Hall av. 

res. 59 Church 
James W., res. Foundry av. 
Mary H.. died May 23, 1905 
William J., res. 48 Bacon 

Barstow Annie, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 253 
Charles 
George, res. 253 Charles 

Bartel John, laborer, res. 24 Winthrop 
Lizzie, stenographer, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., 

res. 24 Winthrop 
William P., treasurer Judson L. Thomson 
Mnfg. Co., res. 34 Banks 

Barter Hiram W., master mariner, res. 67 
Chestnut 

Bartlett Charles E., W. B. & D. Works, res. 
203 River 
Eliza J., painting, res. 82 Hammond 
Harvey P., res. 321 Crescent 
Katherine S., res. 82 Hammond 
Susie, clerk, res. 63 Taylor 
Victoria A., artist, res. 82 Hammond 
Walter, W. W. Co., res. 82 Hammond 

Barton Annie, W. W. Co., res. 69 Lowell 
Fanny Mrs., res. 119 Plympton 
James, res. 60 Lawrence 
Silas A., treas. and gen. man. American 

Watch Tool Co., Elm, res. 26 Newton 
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Barton Thomas, foreman, B. H. W. Co., 

res. 204 BroAvn 
Basle Charles, chauffeur, res. 291 Main 
Bassett Edward, machinist, res. 48 dishing 
Elizabeth Mrs., hair goods, 11 Cross, res. 

do. 
Gifford, W. B. & D. Works,, res. 81 Central 
Julia A., bookkeeper, 132 Main, res. 81 

Central 
Thomas .H., mgr. (Chsn.) res. 81 Central 
William S., machinist, res. 81 Central 
Batchelder Adolph S., machinist, res. 19 
Maple 
Sarah A., widow of Bradford C, died 

July 17, 1904 
see Bachelder 
Bates Abner, res. 195 Chestnut 
Annie S., Am. W. W. Co., res. 74 Bacon 
Charles A. Jr., chauffeur, res. 244 Crescent 
Ella F. Mrs,? res. Moody 

E. G. Mrs., res. 7 Chamberlain terrace 

F. Martin, salesman, res. 7 Chamberlain 
terrace 

George M., electrical engineer, (231 State, 
B.), res. 45 Pleasant 

Herbert, molder, res. Clematis av. 

M. Amelia, stenographer and typewriter, 
res. 45 Pleasant 

Sadie P., chiropodist, 234% Moody, res. 
do. 

William J., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 

W. Charles, mgr. (B.), res. 913 Main 
Bath William, machinist, res. 197 Newton 
Battles Mildred, res. 94 Adams 
Battye Benjamin S., E. H. W. Co., res. 96 
Bacon 

William W., E. H. W. Co., res. 96 Bacon 
Bayer Frank B., W. W. Co., res. 189 Bob- 
bins 

Hattie L., W. W. Co., res. 189 Bobbins 

Bufus G., W. W. Co., res. 189 Bobbins 

Thomas G., carpenter, res. 189 Bobbins 
Beadle Harry W., engineer, res. 4 Wood- 
lawn av. 

John N., engineer, res. 976 Main 

Louis, student, res. 4 Woodlawn av. 
Beal Ezra W., salesman, (B.), res. 22 Sum- 
mer av. 

George B., vice treas. Waltham Savings 
Bank, res. 22 Summer av. 

Henry F., civil engineer, Moody, res. Or- 
chard av. 

John D., farmer, res. Trapelo rd., near 
Lexington 

Justus H., civil engineer, res. 17 Summer 
av. 

Susie W., asst. treas. Waltham Hospital, 
res. 22 Summer av. 
Beals Mary L., widow of Ephraim H., res. 
13 Prospect av. 

Ruth E. Miss, res. 13 Prospect av. 



Beamish Arthur B., W.W. Co., res. 4 Adams 
Catherine M., widow of Thomas M., res. 

55 Crescent 
Florence E. Miss, res. 55 Crescent 
George T., W. W. Co., res. 55 Crescent 
Walter, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 48 Fiske 
Bean Delia, housekeeper, 91 Charles, res. do. 
Joanna, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 91 Charles 
Richard, farmer, res. Lincoln, near Lin- 
coln line 
Walter, W. W. Co., res. 295 Crescent 
Beane Fred L., at Am. \v. W. Co., res. 98 
Orange 
Helen L., widow of Henry O., res. 98 

Orange 
Horace G. Mrs., res. Beaver st. 
H. E., produce, res. Mrs. H. G. Beane's 
Nellie A., bookkeeper, res. 98 Orange 
Walter H., clerk, res. 297 Crescent 
Bearce Fred T., pianos and musical mer- 
chandise, 11 Moody, res. 30 Weston 
Beardsley Heber D., carpenter & builder, 3 

Stratton terrace, res. do. 
Beattie Clara E., widow of George, res. 96 
School 
Henry J., W. W. Co., res. 79 Pine 
Beatty George F., engineer, B. Mnfg. Co., 
res. 54 Myrtle 
James, postmaster (State House, B.), and 

Auctioneer, res. 61 Prospect 
Vincent B., res. 20 Russell 
Beaudry August, res. 130 Charles 

Mary, groceries, 133 Charles, res. 130 do. 
Bechter, Albert G., machinist, res. 57 Cres- 
cent 
Beckwith Charles W., teamster, res. 88% 
Myrtle 
Frank B., laborer, res. 30 Beech 
George F., letter carrier, res. 30 Beech 
Mercy, widow of A. J., res. 507 Main 
Bedell Abraham H., res. 236y 2 Moody 

Walter, res. 236% Moody 
Bedford Andrew J., hairdresser, 137% 

Moody, res. 15 Lowell 
Beebe Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 89 Cherry 

Walter L., res. 139 Adams 
Beers Alice, E. H. W. Co., res. 63 Orange 
Beesley William H., engineer, res. end Bear 

Hill av. 
Behrman Augustus H., at Am. W. W. Co., 

res. 114 Vernon 
Beitzel Louis D., molder, res. 25 Lowell 
Beless Bessie F., clerk (B.), res. 34 Spruce 
Florence L., W. W. Co., res. 34 Spruce 
John A., machinist, res. 34 Spruce 
Belger Thomas J., horseshoer, 216 Moody, 

res. at Newton 
Bell James G., restaurant, 315 Crescent, res. 

at Auburndale 
Bellis Adeline, widow of Matthew H., res. 
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Bellis Albert H., station agent (Riverview), 
res. 69 Orange 
Caroline F., nousekeeper, res. 211 South 
Edward, Am. W. W. Co., res. 9 Brown 
Ethel L., W. W. Co.. res. 69 Orange 
John M., res. 211 South 
Lucy C. Mrs., res. 69 Orange 
Mildred S., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 27 
Hammond 
Belliveau Dominick, machinist, res. 77 Har- 
vard 
Philias, clerk, res. 77 Harvard 
Bellville George L., machinist, W. W. Co., 

res. 161 Ash 
Bemis Louise B„ widow of Charles W., res. 
781 Main 
Lucius T.. police, res. 186 School 
S. Elizabeth, res. 4 Harvard av. 
Benglson Carl, at button factory, res. Mas- 

sasoit st. 
Bengtson Ira, car inspector, F. R.R., res. 
23 Calvary 
John E., car inspector, res. 30 Calvary 
Benison Albert, W. W. Co., res. 51 Adams 
Benjamin Harry. W. W. Co., res. 89 Cherry 
Bennett Alice S. Mrs., bookkeeper, Arn. 
Watch Tool Co., res. 37 Gardner 
Annie, B. Mfg. Co., res. 123 Moody 
Bridget, widow of John, died March 9, 

1904 
Charles I., W. W. Co., res. 22 Auburn 
Charles W., at Am. W. W. Co.. res. 16 

Fiske av. 
Edith E., bookkeeper, 875 Main, res. 31 

Wellington 
Edward S.. dentist, Lawrence block, rm. 

7, res. 14 Benefit 
Frederick W., W. W. Co., res. 19 Crescent 
George A., W. W. Co., res. 213 River 
J. Burt, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 22 Auburn 
John W., res. 167 Newton 
Joseph B., pattern maker, res. 28 High 
Lizzie C, seamstress, res. 14 Benefit 
Mary J., res. 14 Benefit 
Nellie, res. 14 Benefit 
Robert C, artist, res. 14 Benefit 
Walter E., clerk, res. 31 Wellington 
William C, res. 88 Alder 
William E., clerk, res. 51 Taylor 
William J., res. 31 Wellington 
Bennison George F. & Son (Harry C.) milk- 
men, 75 Dale, res. do. 
George O., driver, res. 77 Dale 
Harry C. (Geo. F. Bennison & Son) milk- 
men, 75 Dale, res. do. 
William T., driver, 75 Dale, res. do. 
Benson Carl E., painter, res. 120 Pine 
Carl E., laborer, res. 23 Calvary 
Elizabeth, widow of James, res. 42 Sun 
Ernest, died Jan. 16, 1905 
Ivar C, laborer, res. 20 Calvary 



Benson John A., machinist, res. 38 Calvary 

John, res. 42 Sun 
Bent Alma, W. W. Co., res. 84 Bobbins 
Carrie M., widow of William H., res. 105 

Chestnut 
Edwin B., clerk, 101 River, res. 170 Moody 
Eva, W. W. Co., res. 84 Robbins 
Fred H., teller (National Exchange Bank, 

B.), res. 173 Adams 
Harold L., clerk, res. 105 Chestnut 
John (_)., laborer, res. Massasoit 
Bentley George, res. 234 Calvary 
Benton Charles R., foreman, E. H. W. Co., 
res. 33 Hammond 
Dennis, D. & F. Co.. res. Ill River 
Michael, W. B. & D. Works, res. Ill River 
Willard J., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 393 

Crescent 
William J., W. B. & D. Works, res. Ill 
River 
Berard Selina, res. City Home. South 
Bergeson Edward A., W. W. Co., res. 173 
Charles 
Richard, at Am. W. W. Co.. res. 16 Norum- 
bega ter. 
Bergin Cecilia Miss, res. 23 Common 

Ellen, widow of Timothy, res. 23 Common 
Joseph M., student, res. 23 Common 
Mary M.. student, res. 23 Common 
BERGIN MICHAEL, undertaker, real es- 
tate, insurance collector, and appraiser, 
23 Common, res. do. (see page 10) 
Thomas F., insurance, res. 23 Common 
Walter J., lawyer, Lawrence bldg. res. 23 
Common 
Berglund Carl, shoemaker, 85 Moody, res. 
181 Newton 
see Burgin 
Bergostrom Signa. housekeeper, City Home, 

South, res. do. 
BERKSHIRE MUTUAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE CO. OF PITTSFIELD, Hollis E. 
Dennen, agent, 179 Moody (see page 11) 
Bernard Cornelius, driver, res. 36 Charles 

Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 145 Brown 
Berriault,.see Berrio 

Berrio Ernest, at B. Mfg. Co. res. 105 Cen- 
tral 
John, lineman, res. 105 Central 
Berry Alfred J., res. 991 Main 
Alvin E., milk dealer, 60 Hammond, res. 

do. 
A. Hun, mnfr. ventilating fans (23 W. 1st, 

S. B.), res. Prospect Hill av. 
Charles E., W. W. Co., res. 346 Bacon 
Fred S., driver, res. 130 Felton 
Henry S., died April 29, 1905 
H. Davenport, milkman, 991 Main. res. do. 
Jane, widow of Almon R.. res. 25 Highland 
William F., driver, 991 Main, res. do. 
Bettis Harriet A., res. 21 Newton 



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Betcher Thomas, blacksmith, r. 240 Crescent 
Betts Abner S., res. 195 Chestnut 

Emma C, chiropodist and manicure, 

137% Moody, rm. 2, res. 195 Chestnut 
Gertrude Mrs., W. W. Co., res. Ill Chest- 
nut 
Bevan Annie, widow of Charles, res. 208 

Adams 
Bianchi John, res. 20 Auburn 
Bickford James R., provisions (B.), res. 35 
Washington av. 
Mary D., teacher, res. 35 Washington av. 
Bickley Charles, W. W. Co., res. 33 Brown 
Joseph, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 33 Brown 
Joseph G., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 33 
Brown 
Bicknel! Alonzo S., machinist, res. 26 Hall 
Harry V., reporter, res. 440 Moody 
Raymond, W. W. Co.. res. k,o Hall 
Bigelow Elisha C, clerk, res. 4G8 Moody 
Biggins James, laborer, res. 117 Hammond 
Mamie W., clerk, res. 48 Guinan 
Patrick, mason, res. .48 Guinan 
Bigham Ed., awning maker, 24 Sharon, res. 

do. 
Bill Harriet M., widow of Cnarles H., res. 50 
Prospect 
Mary E. Mrs., librarian. Public Library, 

res. 45 Pond 
see Bills 
Billedeau Thomas, laborer, res. 3 Fern 
Billings Frank S.. shipper (B.). res. 32 Bacon 

Harriet N., died Aug-. 19, 1903 
Bills Arthur D., W. W. Co., res. 240 Moody 
Edwin L., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 19 Chest- 
nut 
Isabelle, widow of Lewis, res. 240 Moody 
Yesta, widow of Charles C, res. 33 Lyman 
"Willis A., laundry agent, res. 41 Pine 
Binkley Minita E., nurse, res. 28Palmer 
BindsleyAdolph P. J., photographic printer, 

3 Moody, res. 3 Pearl 
Bingay Henry U., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 

832 Main 
Bing Charlie, laundry, 234a Moody, res. do. 
Bingham William H., salesman, res. 446 

Main 
Binney Charles A., died July 8. 1903 

Mary L., widow of Charles A., res. 164 
Hammond 
Bird Delia T., res. 16 Stearns 

Edward J., machinist, res. 16 Stearns 
Leon, baker, res. 16 Church 
Richard H.. W. W. Co., res. 224 Brown 
Birkmaer Charles, expressman, res. 113 

Crescent 
Birmingham Bridget Mrs., res. 28 McKenn 
Catherine, widow of Thomas F., res. 219 

School 
Richard, weaver, i-es. 197 School 
Richard P., foreman, res. 228 School 



Birmingham Sadie, clerk, 101 Moody 

see Burmingham 
Bisbee Harry K., W. W. Co., res. 18s Lowell 
Bischoff Charles W., supt. 15 Crescent, res. 

90 Alder 
Bishop Arthur, driver, res. 88 Russell 
Clifford J., physician, res. 4 Adams 
Helen Y., res. 109 Taylor 
John G, osteopath, 4 Adams 
Melvin L., removed to Trenton, N. J. 
Bistrup Clara M., widow of Alfred J., res. 
164 Hammond 
Yladimer, architect (B.), res. 164 Ham- 
mond 
Bixby Clifford E., press agent IB.), res. 63 
Lawrence 
Benjamin F., carpenter, res. 148 Hammond 
Flora L., widow of Charles P., res. 69 

Grant 
Mary J., res. 69 Grant 
Black James W., res. 178 Charles 
Blackman Alfred H., sec. Waltham Coal Co., 
663 Main, res. 12 Appleton 
Frederick E., draughtsman, W. S. W. Co., 
res. 109 Plympton 
Blaisdell Anna, W, W. Co., res. 133 Adams 
Annie, widow of David, res. 71 Pine 
Augusta, W. W. Co., res. 20 Orange 
Bertha E., W. W. Co., res. 71 Pine 
David A., clerk, res. 71 Pine 
Emma, W. W. Co.. res. 280 Moody 
George E., clerk (B.), res. 93 Russell 
George H.. machinist, res. Bullard House 
Harry W., clerk, res. 47 Adams 
Henry W., W. W. Co., res. 33 Cherry 
Maud A., res. 71 Pine 
Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 280 Moody 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 280 Moody 
Blake Charles H., tinsmith, res. 25 Calvary 
Effie, W. W. Co., res. 41 High 
George G., bookkeeper, res. 70 Chestnut 
George, clerk, 154 Moody, res. 25 Calvary 
H. Leslie, W. W. Co.. res. 70 Chestnut 
James E.. druggist (B.), res. 62 Brown 
John, B. Mfg. Co., res. 61 Calvary 
Martha A., widow of Henry H., res. 70 
Chestnut 
Blakeney Matgaret, W. W. Co., res. 49 

Chestnut 
Blakeslee L. S. Mrs., bookkeeper, res. 74 

School 
Blakney James, W. W. Co.. res. 94 Adams 
Blanchard Harriet G., widow of William, 
res. Weston, near Stony Brook 
Michael, teamster, Warren, cor. Beaver 
Blandin Arthur A., pattern maker, res. 61 

Lexington 
Blatchford Caroline, milliner, res. 61 Cres- 
cent 
Blay Philip, clerk, 723 Main. res. 25 Ex- 
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Bliss Benjamin N., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 
42 Banks 
Charles F., conductor, F. R. R., res. 53 

High 
Irene M., student, res. 53 High 
Richard W., res. 23 Winthrop 
Blodgett Abbott W., bookkeeper (B.), res. 
103 High 
Adelbert M., bookkeeper, 118 Bacon, res. 

96 Main 
Joseph S., machinist, res. 103 High 
Blois Clara, matron, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Blomberg Bertha, laundry, res. Ill Felton 
Carl D., tailor, 28 Moody, res. 10 Town- 
send 
Gustav B., tailor, res. 52 Alder 
Blood Addie Mrs., res. 86 Robbins 
Benjamin F.. died Oct. 14, 1904 
Gilbert A. Mrs., clerk, 009 Main, res. at 

Weston 
Roy E., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 313b Cres- 
cent 
William, W. W. Co., res. 23 Fuller 
Blossom James G., res. 148 Ash 
Blumann Albert, res. 30 High 
Boardman Frederick, died July 28, 1904 
Lizzie L., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 233 
School 
Boccella, James, hairdresser, 605 Main 
Bockelman Ludwig, machinist, r. 35 Lowell 
BODENSCHATZ GEORGE H. bookkeeper, 
Waltham Ice Co., also agent Star Floor 
Oil. 200 Prospect, res. do. (see page 15) 
Bodge Charles M., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 

859 Main 
Bohonan Albert E., carpentter, res. 38 School 

Fred W.. clerk. 617 Main, res. 38 School 
Boinig Richard E., W. W. Co., res. 12 Gard- 
ner 
Bokman Albert, painter, res. 28 Gordon 

Christine Mrs., res. 28 Gordon 
Boland Frank J., at W. B. & D. Works, res. 
39 Cedar 
James A., stone cutter, res. 234 Newton 
John H.. box maker, res. 40 Oak 
Bold Royal R., W. W. Co., res. 97 Brown 
Boles George M., removed to Derry, N. H. 
Joseph A., drug clerk, 882 Main, res. 

at Newton 
William, removed to Derry, N. H. 
Robert M., clerk (B.), res. 3 Central 
Bolton Alice M.. W. W. Co., res. 49 Prospect 
Arthur G., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 49 

Prospect 
Clara. W. W. Co., res. 49 Prospect 
Henry W., died Dec. 8. 1904 
Mary, widow of Henry W., res. 49 Pros- 
pect 
Mary F., W. W. Co. res. 49 Prospect 
Sarah T., W. W. Co., res. 49 Prospect 
see Boulton 



Bond Arthur E., gateman, R. R. crossing, 
res. 20 Prospect Hill av. 
Charles H, res. 31 Gordon 
Charles P., financial editor Boston Jour- 
nal, res. 123 Adams 
Charles S., W. W. Co., res. 17 Washing- 
ton av. 
Charles Wood, remvd. to Framingham 
Daniel W., judge Superior Court (B.), res. 

254 Linden 
Elizabeth S., died Jan. 27, 1905 
Ellen R., widow of Edward L., res: 933 

Main 
George W., moulder, res. 75 Lexington 
Henry H, student, res. 254 Linden 
James H., driver, 74 Bacon, res. 9 Plymp- 

ton 
James L., W. W. Co., res. 76 Alder 
J. Waldo, student, res. 123 Adams 
Mabel A., student, res. 123 Adams 
Martha A., res. 9 Plympton 
Nancy S., res. 933 Main 
Sarah M. Mrs., res. 31 Gordon 
Winifred N., student, res. 123 Adams 
Boole Caroline E., died May 1, 1904 
Boot Thomas, res. 58 Curtis 
Booth Ellen, Am. W. T. Co., res. 112 Myrtle 
James W., B. Mfg. Co., res. Pine, near 
Moody 
Boothby Emma H. Mrs., res. 18 Maple 

Percival D., cutter, res. 27 Pme 
Borgeson Alice, housekeeper, res. 388 River 

John, at B. Mfg. Co., res. 388 River 
Borger Anna, widow of J. Alfred, res. 4 
Pratt av. 
J. Alfred, died July 30, 1904 
Boston Branch Grocery and Tea House, 709 

Main 
BOSTON CANDY KITCHEN, J. H. Lewis, 
prop., confectionerj T mfr., 205 Moody 
(see page 13) 
BOSTON INSURANCE CO. of Boston, Hol- 
lis E. Dennen, agent, 179 Moody (see 
page 11) 
Manufacturing Co., off Moody, office (50 
state, B.) 
BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 
CO. OF BOSTON, Lawrence Bldg., 681 
Main, Boston office 141 Milk, (see p. 24) 
Sample Shoe Stox*e, boots and shoes, 104 
Moody 
Bottowly Albert, weaver, res. 16 Plympton 
Bouck Chester L., W. W. Co., res. 15 Crafts 
Boudreau Elezier, E. H. W. Co., res. 130 
Charles 
see Boudro 
Boudro Morris B., grocer, 121 Felton, res. 
119 do. 
see Boudreau 
Boughton William H., W. W. Co., res. 96 
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Boultou Charles W., Am. W. W. Co., res. 7 
Pearl 
Charles W. H., Aim W. W. Co., res. 7 Pearl 
Frank A., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 7 Pearl 
John H., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 7 Pearl 
Bourgeois John P., clerk, 1G1 Moody, res. 63 

Crescent 
Bourne John C, W. W. Co., res. 196 Brown 
Bourque David, produce, 70 Central, res. do. 
Martin, mason, res. 63 Oak 
see Burke 
Bowden Herbert L., shoe infrs.' goods, res. 

245 Main 
Bowditeh William G., W. W. Co., res. 57 

Prospect 
Bowdoin Oliver Capt, died Sept. 18, 1904 
BoAven Ambrose, teamster, res. Foundry av. 
Ambrose F., moulder, res. Foundry av. 
Edna L., teacher, Jona B. Bright school, 

res. 51 Harris 
Thomas J., moulder, res. Foundry av. 
William D., moulder, res. Foundry av. 
Bowers Arthur W., machinist, res. 146 Ham- 
mond 
Emily M.. stenographer, res. 177 Bobbins 
George W., res. 6 Mt. Pleasant 
Henry F., W. W. Co., res. 177 Robbins 
Julia A., widow of Levi, res. 173 Adams 
Samuel, tool maker, res. 76 Cushing 
Bowker Francis E., marble (118 Portland, 
B.), res. 147 Main 
Francis E., Jr., student, res. 147 Main 
George H., farmer, res. 121 Main 
John R., electrician, res. 4 Chestnut-st. av. 
Lyman A., furniture (498 Boylston, B.), 

res. 175 Main 
William, mechanical engineer, res. 4 
Chestnut pi. 
Bowler Elizabeth B., bookkeeper, res. 47 
Hall 
John A., died Feb. 5, 1903 
Julia, widow, res. 47 Hall 
Lizzie, res. 5 Sharon 
Lizzie, res. 49 Williams 
Mary, bookkeeper, 167 Moody, res. 47 Hall 
Mary, widow of Thomas, res. 5 Sharon 
Thomas, electrotyper (B.), res. 5 Sharon 
William F. (Bowler & Butterfield), grocer, 

167 Moody, res. 112 High 
William P., W. W. Co., res. 10 Gorham 
& Butterfield (William F. Bowler and Eu- 
gene M. Butterfield), grocers, 167 Moody 
Bowles, see Boles 

Bowinan Charles E., agent, 91 Moody, res. 
355 do. 
David, car cleaner, res. Tolman 
Frank B., res. 100 Pine 
John J.. W. W. Co., res. 100 Willow 
Thomas, teamster, res. Willow, cor. Grove 
William O.. meat cutter, 20 Felton, res. 47 
Guinan 



Boyce John P., driver, res. 42 Williams 
Boyd Charles E., music teacher, public 
schools, res. at North Cambridge 

Robert, machinist, res. 182 Chestnut 
Boyle Catherine, B. Mfg. Co.,- res. li Spring 
Boynton George E. (Wells & Boynton), den- 

* tist, 111 Moody, res. 189 Ash 

Granville M., carpenter, res. 189 Ash 

Hattie M., teacher, Jona Bright school, 
res. 18 Harris 
Brabazon James, W. W. Co., res. 209 Brown 
Brackett Alice, W. W. Co., res. 56 Myrtle 

George D., student, res. end Fiske av. 

James E., at Am. W. W. Co., res. end 
Fiske av. 
Braconnier Cyrille, laborer, res. 372 River 
Bradbury Addie R. Mrs., res. 17 Harvard 

Thomas, W. G. L. Co., res. 190 Charles 

Ellen S., res. 190 Charles 
Bradford Fred H., salesman, res. 5 Cham- 
berlain ter. 
Bradley Arthur J., B. Mfg. Co., r. 59 Farwell 

Catherine A., W. W. Co., res. 20l Felton 

Joseph W., machinist, res. 59 Farwell 

Kate E., dressmaker, 92 Cushing, res. do. 

Katherine, res. 92 Chaides 

Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 55 Chestnut 

Mary E., res. 92 Charles 

Michael N., at B. Mfg. Co., res. 59 Farwell 

Mary A.. W. W. Co., res. 31 Middle 

M., widow of Patrick, res. 4 Oau 

Peter S., res. 92 Cushing 

Walter M., W. W. Co., res. 114 Alder 
BRAD'S EXPRESS, express and storage, 

120 to 124 Moody (see page 25) 
Bradshaw Charles A., salesman, res. 241 
Newton 

George, res. 75 Adams 

William, res. 75 Adams 

Hattie A., widow of Charles A., res. 241 
Newton 
Bradstreet A. E., treas., 120 Moody 
BRADSTREET BYRON, pres. Watlham's 
Co-operative Furniture Co., furniture 
dealer, mover and storage, 120 to 124 
Moody, res. 23 Pine (see page 25) 
Brady Catherine A., res. 27 Highland 

Henry J., res. 27 Highland 

John F., freight clerk, F. R. R. (_..), res. 
25 Fern 

Joseph J., bellows maker, res. 27 Highand 

Mary E., Am. W. W. Co., res. 27 Highland 

Mary G., clerk, res. 40 Harvard 

Peter R., res. 40 Harvard 

William F., res. 40 Harvard 

William T., res. 27 Highland 
Bragdon William W., driver, res. 196 Ash 
Bragg Larina L., W. W. Co., res. 159 Brown 

S. Banfield, machinist, res. 64% Cherry 
Brainard C. Leigh, W. W. Co., res. 137 
Myrtle 



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Brainard John, died Nov. 26, 1904 

Michael, B. Mfg. Co., res. 86 Harvard 
Braker James S., removed to Lynn 
Braman Marion, res. 15 Townsend 

William B., salesman (B.), res. 15 Town- 
send 
Branden Charles C. & Bro. (Leonard G-.), 
restaurant, 204 Prospect, res. do. 
Leonard G. <C. C. Branden & Bro.), 204 
Prospect, res. do. 
Brannon George A., W. W. Co., res. 12 

Woerd av. 
Bray John F., track layer, res. 8 Mechanic 
Breen William J., carriage painter, res. 20 

Charles 
Brazillian Alice, W. W. Co., res. 259 Moody 
Brennan Annie, compositor, 15 Elm, res. 89 
Maple 
Charles F., B. Mfg. Co., res. 18 Lexington 
Frank, res. 159 School 
George F., clerk, 187 Moody, res. 89 Maple 
James, laborer, res. 89 Willow 
John, B. Mfg. Co., res. 4 Macks ct. 
Joseph F., harnessmaker, res. 159 School 
Martin J., mason, res. 19 Wall 
Thomas. B. Mfg. Co., res. 123 Moody 
Bresnan John h., engineer, res. 70 Oak 
Dora W., clerk, res. 70 Oak 
Mary A., res. 70 Oak 
Brett John J., B. Mfg. Co., res. 7 Parker lane 
Bretton, see Britton 

Brewer Bertram, city engineer and supt. of 
sewers, 3 Moody, room 53, res. 67 Cres- 
cent 
Brewin Bernard, city foreman, res. .225 
Charles 
Eva, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 225 Charles 
Henry J., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 225 
Charles 
Brewster Cecil E., W. W. Co., res. 24 Cherry 
Frank E. (B.), res. 16 Harvard a v. 
Laura B., res. 94 Adams 
Percival D.. W. W. Co., res. 108 Lowell 
Rufus L., hostler, res. 190 School 
Susan T., widow of George, res. 16 Har- 
vard av. 
Brickett Myrtle F., res. 334 Crescent 
Bridge Alice, weaver, res. 89 Charles 

Elizabeth C, res. Clark lane , 

Jennie, res. 89 Charles 
Philinda, widow of Abel E., res. 29 Alder 
Bridgen George P., W. W. Co., res. 23 Cush- 
ing 
Warren A., carpenter, res. 45 Myrtle 
Briggs Agnes R., W. W. Co., res. 23 Walnut 
Amelia A., widow of Elmore, res. 23 Wal- 
nut 
Bertha T.. res. 332 Main 
George A., res. 85 Bobbins 
Edward S., W. W. Co., res. 23 Walnut 
Marion D. Mrs., res. 4 Daniels pi. 



Briggs Mary A. Mrs., res. 23 Walnut 
Lillian S., nurse, res. 15 Wellington 
Nellie K., dressmaker, res. 3 Chamberlain 

ter. 
William G., at J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. South 
near Weston line 
Brigham Ella M., res. 235 Main 

Ella R., widow of Elijah W., res. 235 Main 
Frank W., 220 Devon (B.), res. 235 Main 
Harry H., electrician (B.), res. 119 Brown 
Ida P., teacher, South grammar, res. 119 

Brown 
Mary E. Mrs., res. 119 Brown 
Bright Elizabeth G., widow of William E., 
res. 332 Main 
William Ellery, stock broker, (53 State, 
room 213, B.), res. Main, cor. Bright 
Brink Wellington S., W. W. Co., res. 346 

Crescent 
BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE CO. 
of Toronto, Canada, E. A. Walker, agt., 
637 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
Britton Edward J., clerk, res. 35 Central 
James, carpenter, res. rear 136 Willow 
William, carpenter, res. Lowell's Grove 
see Bretton 
Brock Charles F.. physician, 253 Moody, res. 
do. 
William H., stable, rear 58 Walnut, res. 
101 High 
Broderick Ansel W., organ builder, res. 43 
Wellington 
Arthur C, postal clerk, res. 43 Wellington 
Charles N., tailor (12 Beacon, B.), res. 41 

Banks 
Dominick. farmer, res. Trapelo road 
John W.. milkman, 14 Newton, res. do. 
Katherine, W. W. Co., res. 96 Charles 
Martin, died June 22, 1903 
Patrick S.. farmer, res. Trapelo road 
William, laborer, res. 1 Macks ct. 
William F., laborer, res. 7 Exchange ct. 
Broe William A., machinist, res. 28 Taylor 
Brogan James P., carriage painter, res. 180 

School 
Brooks Abbie, W. W. Co., res. 10 Woerd av. 
Charles A., carpenter, res. 411 Main 
Florence, nurse, 716 Main 
Fred G, W. W. Co., res. 379 Newton 
George W.. machinist, res. 78 Cherry 
Brophy Agnes, clerk, 205 Moody, res. 12 
Lowell 
Andrew, teamster, res. rear 14 Lowell 
Delia, res. 38 Cross 
Edward P.. clerk, res. rear 14 Lowell 
Thomas H., clerk, res. rear 14 Lowell 
Brosnahan Timothy Rev., pastor St. Mary's 

Catholic church, res. 133 School 
Brocthie Ella M., teacher Bradshaw Stearns 

school 
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Brouillette Arthur P., carpenter, res. 49 

Alder 
Herman, clerk, 145 Moody, res. 49 Alder 
Brower Emory H., salesman, res. 15 Myrtle 

Herbert G., W. W. Co., res. 15 Myrtle 
Brown Alden T., produce, Highland av., n. 

Weston, res. do. 
Andrew A., farmer, res. Winter, n. Locust 
Benjamin F., machinist, res. 67 Pine 
Bessie M., W. W. Co., res. 23 Walnut 
Byron L., engraver, 113« Main, res. do. 
Caroline, widow of Ebenezer L., res. 67 

Maple 
Charles Waldo, W. W. Co., res. 67 Maple 
Daniel, res. 21 Clinton 
Edgar B., piano tuner, 120 Moody, res. 20 

Crescent 
Elizabeth C, W. W. Co., res. 19 Chestnut 
Ernest R., milkman, res, 1138 Main 
Frank H., supt. and treas. Davis & Far- 

num Mfg. Co., Foundry av., res. John 

R. Farnum's, Rose Hill, Main 
Frederick F., clerk, W. W. Co., res. 184 

Charles 
Frederick W., blacksmith, res. Summer av. 
BROWN F. A. & CO. (Watch City Ice and 

Fuel Co.), pure ice, coal and wood, 101 

River, res. do. (see page 14) 
George W., carpenter, res. 46 Prospect 
Harry W., res. 38 Brown 
Harry, carpenter, res. 77 Ash 
Harry M., W. W. Co., res. 139 Bobbins 
Hiram, motorman, res. 874 Main 
Inez, W. W. Co., res. 153 Ash 
James, buckle maker, res. 21 Winthrop 
James B., carpenter and builder, 541 

Main, res. do. 
James M., clerk, res. 24 Lawrence 
James P., machinist, res. 24 Lawrence 
John A., shoes, 175 School, res. do. 
3ohn H., constable and collector, 661 Main, 

room 3, res. 18 Church 
Joseph, bookkeeper, res. 15 Pine 
Kate L. Mrs., res. 4 Harding av. 
Laroy, supt. and water registrar, City 

Hall, res. 142 Ash 
Laura, dressmaker, res. 21 Floyd 
Leon M., hairdresser, 174 Moody, res. 32 

Bacon 
Leslie A., designer, res. 1138 Main 
Lou, W. W. Co., res. 29 Spruce 
Louis A., watchmaker, res. Main, near 

Weston line 
Lucile G., student, res. 4 Harding av. 
Mabel T., res. 29 Spruce 
Mary A., widow of Cornelius J., res. 17 

Winthrop 
Mary A., widow of Emerson, res. 21 New- 
ton 
Mary A., bookkeeper (B.), res. 21 Win- 
throp 



Brown Martha E., clerk, 135 Moody 
Mary L., teacher, Plympton school, res. 

18 Palmer 
Mary T., widow of Andrew, res. Dale 
Monica, student, res. 49 Brown 
Nathan, engineer, res. 87 Adams 
Nella E., res. 331 Crescenut 
Rachael, bookkeeper, res. 1138 Main 
Robert, engineer, res. 25 Bolton 
Roger S., machinist, res. 46 Prospect 
Rufus, foundryman (B.), res. 244 Weston 
Rose, W. W. Co., res. 258 Moody 
Rupert, driver, res. 81 Maple 
Sidney E„ W. W. Co., res. 19 Derby 
Thomas B., laborer, res. 123 Pond 
Walter F., W. W. Co., res. 374 Newton 
Water F., W. W. Co., res. 212 Brown 
Walter G., at D. & F. Foundry, res. rear 

169 Willow 
Walter R., machinist, res. 107 Pine 
Webster, clerk, 653 Main, res. 888 do. 
Willinm W., W. W. Co., res. 242 Moody 
William H., agent, res. 18 Lawrence 
Willis F., machinist, res. 267 Robbins 
Willis L., machinist, res. 331 Crescent 
William V., W. W. Co., res. 211 Ash 
see Browne 

Browne Gertrude E., stenographer, res. 68 
Cushing 
Martin W., W. W. Co., res. 68 Cushing 
see Brown 

Browning Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 31 
Fuller 
Harry A., W. W. Co., res. 41 Curtis 
Harvey C, W. W. Co., res. 41 Curtis 

Brownrigg Anna, W. W. Co., res. 130 
Adams 

Bruce James D., E. H. W. Co., r. 13 Bedford 
Alexander, farmer, res. Ridgewood 
Alice A., varieties, 6 Hammond 
Thomas H., W. W. Co., res. 51 Brown 
William W., 6 Hammond, res. 895% Main 

Bruel Bertha E., clerk, res. 1 Munroe av. 
Henry A. F., en'gineei', res. 1 Munroe av. 

Brumhill Chrisie A., W. W. Co., res. 383 
Newton 

Brummett Delia Mrs., died May 21, 1905 

Brunner Gustave, W. Mfg. Co., res. 14 High 
Rudolph, W. W. Co., res. 202 Robbins 

BRUNSWICK GROCERY & PROVISION 
CO., 315 Moody, (see page 21) 

Bryan Bart, auditor, W. Mfg. Co., res. 276 
Crescent 

Bryant Alonzo J., W. W. Co., res. 53 Ex- 
change 
A. J. Mrs., bookkeeper, Waltham Pub. 

Co., 126 Moody, res. 53 Exchange 
Charles J., W. W. Co., res. 26 Robbins 
Florence, stenographer (B.), res. 67 Maple 
Florence M., Am. W. W. Co., res. 15 Win- 
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Bryant Frank W., W. W. Co., res. 94 Russell 
Fred A., insurance agent, res. 5 Summit 
Gustaf, moulder, res. 15 Cross 
Hart well I., milkman, Trapelo road, near 

Forest, res. do. 
Herbert B., W. W. Co., res. 26 Bobbins 
James J., police, res. 186 Scbool 
Maud, W. W. Co., res. 83 Cherry 
May, W. W. Co., res. 56 Robbins 
Nina M., W. W. Co., res. 186 School 
William W., W. W. Co., res. 94 Russell 
Bryden Christopher H., farmer, res. Weston, 
Stony Brook 
Christopher H. J., farmer, res. C. H. Bry- 

den's, Weston 
James L., farmer, res. C. H. Bry den's, 

Weston 
Robert W., shipper (B.), res. Weston 
Samuel D., engineer, res. 91 Church 
Brydges John F., W. W. Co., res. 89 Ash 
Bryne Mary, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Bryson Ernest R., printer, 645 Main, res. 
Massasoit 
Fred A., bricklayer, res. Massasoit, near 

Main 
John W.j mason, res. Massasoit, near Main 
Walter, res. Massasoit 
William F., printer, 645 Main, res. Massa- 
soit 
Buchan Percy, E. H. W. Co.. res. 270 Moody 
Buchanan Rebecca Mrs., nurse, 716 Main 
Bucher A., W. W. Co., res. 32 Maple 
Buck C. Delta, nurse, res. 7 Wellington 
Buckley Bartholomew A., insurance solici- 
tor, 3 Moody, res. 135 Adams 
Edward F., machinist, res. 81 Gushing 
John J., clerk P. O., res. 135 Adams 
John W., cigar mfr., 35 Moody 
Timothy, res. 105 Cushing 
Timothy F., lunch cart, 266% Moody, res. 

83 Charles 
William B., salesman, res. 135 Adams 
Budd Harriet A. Mrs., res. 241 Newton 
Buell Fred A., adjuster, W. W. Co., res. 202 

Ash 
Buker Kate C, widow of George E., res. 31 

Dartmouth 
BULL EDWARD H., carpenter and builder, 

15 High, res. do. (see page 16) 
BULLABD AUGUSTA E. MBS., proprietor, 
Hotel Bullard, 566 Main, res. do. (see 
page 14) 
Aldroof. conductor, res. Hotel Bullard 
George E., bookkeeper, res. 7 Chestnut 
Paul Bevere, treas. Home Educator Co., 

res. Bacon, cor. Lexington 
Washington Irving, removed to Danielson, 
Conn. 
Bullock Albert W., W. W. Co., res. 133 
Adams 
Charles E.. died July 18, 1904 



Bullock Edith A., wid. of Charles, res. 9 
Chestnut 
George H, W. W. Co., res. 80 Bobbins 
Isadora D.. wd. of Albert E., r. 80 Bobbins 
Waldo E., W. W. Co., res. 139 Lowell 
Bumford Harrison H, supt. Waltham City 
Home, res. do. 
Relief E. Mrs., matron, Waltham City 
Home, South, res. do. 
Bumpus William L., saw filer, 11 Church, 

res. 9 do. 
Buncher Henry, engraver, res. Townsend 
Henry P., asst. cashier, Waltham National 
Bank, 637 Main, res. Townsend 
Bunker Charles S., W. W. Co., res. 152 Ash 
Burbank Alice, teacher, res. 56 Harris 
Charles O., stock broker, res. 56 Harris 
Jessie, res. 56 Harris 
Burch Mary, widow of Nathaniel, res. 217 

Felton 
Burckes John W., asst. supt. W. W. Co., 

res. 36 Curve 
Burgess Albert, laborer, res. 25 Felton 
Albert, gardener, res. 27 Elm 
Alexander, W. W. Co., res. 3 Robbins pi. 
Amy J., student, res. 126 Ash 
Albert, machinist, res. 104 Harvard 
Clara A., W. W. Co., res. 50 Taylor 
Edna, W. W. Co.. res. 49 Brown 
Elmer F., removed to Bockport 
Fred A., W. W. Co.. res. 126 Ash 
James H, E. H. W. Co., res. 44 Floyd 
Jennie Mrs. res. 126 Ash 
John, lineman, res. 201 Felton 
John A., E. H. W. Co.. res. 220 Moody 
Louis, carpenter, res. 108 Felton 
Lydia. W. W. Co.. res. 49 Brown 
William, painter, res. Ill Central 
Burgin George F., removed to Beverly 

George L., died April 17. 1904 
BURGIN JAMES G., pro. Waltham Boat 
and Canoe Co., boat an dcanoe builder, 
Woerd av. (see page 23) 
Boyal W., W. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent 
Burke Albert, died April 5, 1903 
Alma, B. Mfg. Co.. res. 70 Central 
Anna M., res. 26 Warren av. 
Archie D., carpenter, res. 151 Felton 
Arthur, reporter, res. 185 Charles 
Arthur N., sub-master, High school, res, 

34 Appleton 
Augusta A., stenographer (B.), res. 178 

Charles 
Bridget, widow of James, res. 126 Charles 
Bridget Mrs., died Oct. 28, 1903 
Charles, stenographer (B.), res. Ill Biver 
Daniel, brakeman. res. 8 Williams 
David, produce, 70 Central, res. do. 
BURKE DATID J., general express and 
jobbing. 116 Central, stand at Waltham 
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Burke Delia, dressmaker, res. 26 Warren av. 
Delia, boarding house. 16 Cedar 
Dossity, died May 19, 1905 
Eliza, W. W. Co., res. 14 Charles 
Elizabeth, res. Ill Main 
Ella E., stenographer (B.), res. 178 Charles 
Ellen M., widow of Henry T., res. liy 2 

Charles-st. av. 
Francis G., provisions, 1 John, res. do. 
Franklin, at B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 27 Calvary 
Frederick, N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. (B.j, res. 

20 Lawton pi. 
Fred E., clerk, res. 18 Harvard av. 
George J., teamster, res. 26 Cross 
James, plumber, res. 218 Newton 
James A., W. W. Co., res. 151 Crescent 
James E., stone mason, res. Exchange- 

st. ct. 
James J., driver, res. 44 Calvary 
Jane, W. W. Co., res. 1 John 
John, res. 26 Warren 
John, expressman, 14 Charles, res. do. 
John, fireman, res. 119 Grove 
John E., shoemaker, 117 Charles, res. 

rear 253 do. 
John F., clerk, 10 Lexington, res. Pond- 

st. ct. 
John F., laborer, res. 300 River 
John J., blacksmith, res. Ill River 
John J., laborer, res. Trapelo rd. 
John J., laborer, res. 52 Guinan 

John J., res. 4 Calvary 

Joseph, clerk, res. 80 Exchange 

Joseph, laborer, res. 30 Heard 

Joseph, expressman, res. 14 Charles 

Josie, res. 50 Adams 

Joseph, W. B. & D. Works, res. 16 Cedar 

J. Arthur, reporter "Waltham Evening 
News," res. 253 Charles 

Kate, res. Ill River 

Margaret M., widow of Dossity, res. 27 
Calvary 

Margaret Y., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 26 
Warren a v. 

Martin, mason, res. 63 Oak 

Mary, dressmaker, 27 Moody, rm. 6, res. 
26 Warren av. 

Mary, widow, res. 26 Warren av. 

Mary, widow of John, res. Pond-st ct. 

Mary E., res. City Home, South 

Mary J., E. H. W. Co., res. 52 Guinan 

Mary T., dressmaker, res. 178 Charles 

Mary G., res. 50 Adams 

Michael, laborer, res. 1 John 

Michael, res. 19 Oak 

Michael A., mason, res. 44 Oak 

Michael J., machinist, res. Pond-st. ct. 

Myra, E. H. W. Co., res. Pond av. 

M. Loretta, W. W. Co., res. 178 Charles 

Nellie, res. 50 Adams 

Narcisse, carpenter, res. 135 Felton 



Burke Olive, wid. of Abraham, r. 168 Felton 
Patrick, gardener, res. 117 Pond 
Patrick, died July 25, 1904 
Patrick A., laborer, res. 52 Guinan 
Patrick A., machinist, res. 168 Felton 
Paul, ins. agt., res. 432 River 
• Philip, driver, res. 18 Charles 
Richard J., laborer, res. 52 Guinan 
Rose, res. Warren av. 
Stephen, driver, res. Kingsley ct. 
Thomas, res. City Home, South 
Thomas, res. 39 Cross 
Thomas A., blacksmith, 870 Main, res. 178 

Charles 
Thomas F., W. B. & D. Works, res. Ill 

River 
Thomas F., Jr., bookkeeper, res. Ill River 
Thomas J., jeweler, 4 Moody, res. 178 

Charles 
Thomas J., mason, res. 36 Bacon 
Thomas J., painter, res. 26 Lexington 
William E., stenographer (B.), res. 178 

Charles 
William J., W. B. & D. Co., res. School av. 
see Bouroue 
Burleigh Elizabeth, widow of Jacob, res. 179 

Ash 
Burley Thomas, machinist, res. 159 Newton 
Burnett John W., res. 73 Maple 
Bnrnham Alice E., clerk Waltham Training 
School for Nurses, res. 249 Bacon 
Alice F., res. 21 Banks 
Alice L., clerk, 268 Moody, res. do. 
Charles M., W. W. Co.. res. 36 Beech 
Charles S., res. 36 Beech 
Edwin F., student, res. 18 Myrtle 
Edwin S., W. T. Co., res. 18 Myrtle 
Elinor, res. 249 Bacon 
Harriet S.. widow of Willis G.. res. 30 

Maple 
Jessie E., teacher, Hill school, res. 30 

Maple 
J. Estelle, res. 30 Maple 
Leroy P., student, res. 36 Beech 
Lewis H., W. W. Co., res. 161 Brown 
Lewis T., res. 249 Bacon 
L. Estella, music teacher, 16 Beech,r.do. 
Oramus W., res. 81 South 
Sarah E. Mrs., res. IS Myrtle 
Phillip W., student, res. 249 Bacon 
Theodora, teacher, res. 36 Beech 
Burns Annie, E. H. W. Co., res. 26 Lex- 
ington 
Dwight H., janitor, W. Hospital, res. do. 
Frank, bookkeeper (B.), res. 136 Willow 
Henry L., res. 590 Main 
John J., res. 136 Willow 
James B., painter, res. 173 Moodv 
Leroy P., W. W. Co., res. 168 Moody 
Patrick, molder, D. & F. Mnfg. Co.. res. 
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Burnskle Fannie G., Training School for 

Nurses. 
Burroughs Marion E., teacher, Berois school, 
res. 18 Myrtle 
William H., dining room. 148 Moody, res. 
23 Gordon 
Burrows Benjamin, loom tixer, res. 88 
Gushing 
Gordon, clerk, res. 88 Cushing 
Ruth, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 88 Cushing 
Burt Emma C. Miss, res. 935 Main 

Francinai P., widow of John, res. 935 

Main 
John F., res. 935 Main 
Burton Fannie, W. W. Co., res. 129 Brown 
George EL, carpenter, res. 51 Alder 
Sarah C, W. W. Co., res. 5.1 Alder 
Bush Alice E., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 85 

Russell 
Bussell William H., W. W. Co., res. 43 

Brown 
Bustead Robert A. W. B. & D. Works, res. 

136 Willow 
Butler Bernard, molder, res, 24 Lexington 
E. J., W. W. Co., res. 845 Main 
Harry T. A., W. W. Co., res. 29 Dart- 
mouth 
James H. Mrs., res. 24 Lexington 
Josephine, weaver, res. 24 Lexington 
Mary, housekeeper, res. 24 Lexington 
Oscar H., W. W. Co., res. 85 Russell 
Reuben C, painter, res. 197 Adams 
Robert, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 16 Calvary 
Samuel A., W. W. Co., res. 24 Orange 
Samuel L., W. W. Co., res. 162 Ash 
Teresa A., W. W. Co., res. 411 Moody 
William H.. res. 3 Fuller 
Butman Elmer E., apothecary, 187 Moody, 
res. 21 Pine 
Fred L., res. 185 Hammond 
Butterfield Eugene M. (Bowler & Butter- 
field), 167 Moody, res. 39 Pine 
Butters Sarah I., W. W. Co., res. 409 

Crescent 
Buttinger Helen E., asst. principal Waltham 

Training School for Nurses, res. do. 
Button Benjamin F., W. W. Co., res. 72 
Cushing 
Louis, clerk, res. 72 Cushing 
Buttrick Alden H., machinist, 21 Crescent, 
res. Moody cor. Taylor 
Augusta M., wid. of Francis, r. 776 Main 
Francis (Estate of ), office 596 Main 
Buttrick Lumber Co. (The), John M. Rice, 

president and treasurer, 56 Felton 
Byam Charles C, foreman, W, W. Co., res. 
337 Crescent 
Frank A., W. W. Co., res. 337 Crescent 
^Byrue James P., carpenter, res. 252 River 
Byrnes Claude J., W. W. Co., res. 21 Adams 
Byron Peter, died July 12, 1903 



Cacicio Michael, bootblack, res. 56 Walnut 
CADY JOHN J., laborer, res. 30 Fountain 
Patrick, laborer, res. 30 Fountain 
Thomas F., teamster, res. 64 Walnut 
Cafferelli Charles A., fruit, Main cor. Moody, 

res. 30 Mechanic 
Felix, fruit, 407 Moody, res. 235 Chestnut 
Cahill Annie, res. 49 Pond 

Charles J. R., foreman, res. Beaver 
Frank H., helper, res. 'Beaver 
James M., farm hand, res. Beaver 
Cahil Frank, farm hand, res. Beaver 
Joseph, B. Mnfg. Co., res. Oak 
Michael, provisions, 181 School, res. 49 

Pond 
Michael J., laborer, res. Pond av. 
Thomas, concreter, res. 187 School 
Cahoon Kenneth M., collector, 120 Moody, 

res. 18 Chestnut 
Cain Anna, res. 164 School 
John, died April 12, 1905 
Charlotte J., W. W. Co., res. 348 Moody 
Elizabeth, nurse, res. 38 Common 
John, gateman, Beaver Brook, res. 42 

Oak 
John W., clerk, res. 42 Oak 
John, laborer, res. Noonan, near Harvard 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 21 Middle 
Michael, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 158 Newton 
Patrick J., laborer, res. 29 McKenn 
Peter H., laborer, res. 61 Exchange 
see Kane, also Keane 
Caldwell Charles B., watcnman, Wellington 

stables, res. do. 
Charoltte L., ticket agent, Beaver Brook 

station, res. John F. Caldwell's, Massa- 

soit 
Edward A., clerk (B.), res. 82 Francis 
Edward C, W. W. Co., res. 27 Prospect- 

st. av. 
Eunice Miss, teacher, res. 27 Prospect-st. 

av. 
George P., dial inspector, W. W. Co., res. 

86 Cherry 
G. Blagge, clerk, res. 86 Cherry 
Grace P., clerk (B.), 86 Cherry 
Harry E., station agent, res. Warren av. 
John F., station agent, F. R. R., res. 

Massasoit 
Joseph D., physician, 94 Prospect, res. 27 

Prospect-st. av. 
Ruth H., student, res. 86 Cherry 
Rose L., W. W. Co., res. Massasoit 
William M., bicycle maker, res. 83 Ash 
see Coldwell 
CALEDONIAN INS. CO. of SCOTLAND, 

B. S. Tolman, agent, 621 Main (see 

page 11) 
Call Annie P., res. Hillside, end Worcester 

lane 
Everett B., W. W. Co., res. 301 Crescent 



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Call John, driver, 124 Main, res. do. 
Callahan Annie M., stenographer (B.), res. 
rear 109 River 
Bessie. W. W. Co., res. 32 Calvary 
Charles A., student, res. rear 109 River 
Daniel, carpenter, res. 33 Heard 
Delia Mrs., res. 85 Central 
Delia Mrs., res. 31 Middle 
Delia A., bookkeeper, 122 Moody, res. at 

Boston 
Elizabeth, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Clinton 
Elizabeth J., W. W. Co., res. 32 Calvary 
Ellen M., W .W. Co., res. 32 Calvary 
Ellen M., W. W. Co., res. 32 Calvary 
Emma, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Clinton 
Frank J., laborer, 31 Central 
John, milkman, Warren, cor. Beaver 
Joseph P., res. rear 109 River 
Bonis P., salesman, res. 32 Calvary 
Margaret, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Clinton 
Mary, res. 33 Heard 

Michael, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Clinton 
Nellie, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Clinton 
Patrick, at W. B. & D. Works, res. rear 

109 River 
Richard. W. Mnfg. Co., res. 32 Calvary 
Richard L., res. 32 Calvary 
Callan John P., stenographer (B., res. 12 
Newton 
Josie, clerk, G'H. W. Dial Co., res. 12 

Newton 
Michael, molder, res. 12 Newton 
William, bookkeeper (B.), res. 12 Newton 
Calligan Lillian, W. W. Co., res. 91 Adams 
CAMBRIDGE MUT. FIRE INS. CO., D. 
F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 Main, (see 
page 26) 
Cameron Allen, coachman, 91 Summer, res. 
Warren a v. 
Cassie, W. W. Co., res. Warren av. 
Catherine, widow of Donald, res. Warren 

av. 
H. Howard, clerk, 124 Moody 
Jessie, nurse, res. 140 School 
Lottie, W. W. Co.. res. SI Maple 
Margaret M.. W. W. Co., res. 12 Beech 
Maggie A., milliner, res. Warren av. 
Margaret M., nurse, res. 7 Wellington 
Camp Jane M., res. 57 Lyman 
Campbell Allen, overseer, B. Mnfg.. Co. 
Annie L., O'H. W. D. Co., res, 102 Har- 
vard 
Charles D., gardener, Beaver, nr. Lyman 
Charles L., painter res. 102 Harvard 
Elizabeth G., res. 316 Moody 
Emma E., teacher, North grammar school, 

res. 740 Main 
George, painter, res. 20 Gordon 
James W., W. W. Co., res. 316 Moody 
John, salesman, res. 22 Taylor 
John E., painter, res. 62 Pine 



Campbell Lucy, res. 19 Highland 

Marion A., Am. W. W. Co., res. 14 

Hammer 
Malcamera, W. W. Co., res. 298 Crescent 
Marion, widow of George, res. 14 Hammer 
Patrick, res. 93 Central 
Rebecca E., teacher. The Lowell school, 

res. C. D. Campbell's, Lyman 
Robert P., painter, 21 Noonan, res. do. 
Sadie, knitter, res. 80 Lexington 
Samuel T., R. R. mail clerk, res. 48 Hall 
Sarah A. Mrs., died Aug. 26, 1903 
Thomas P., res. 28 Robbins 
Candlin Albert, master South grammar 

school, res. 299 Moody 
Canfield George W., res. 876% Main 

Helen F., widow of George, res. 88 Ash 
Cannell Thomas, clerk, 709 Main, res. 49 

Francis ' 
Canter Simon, junk dealer, 55 Felton, res. 
59 do. 
Morris, junk dealer, Massasoit. res. 8 
Fountain 
Capio Michael, boot black, res. 195 Spring 

Patrick, boot black, res. 195 Spring 

Card James G., W. W. Co.. res. 31 Lawrence 

Carey Arthur A., supt. Waltham New 

Church school, Lexington, near Beaver 

Catherine, res. 51 Fiske 

Daniel J., overseer, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 47 

Yernon 
George W., real estate, 14 Bacon, res. do. 
John, W. W. Co.. res. 118 School 
Joseph H., res. 51 Fiske 
Margaret J., died Aug. 13, 1904 
Muriel J., res. 14 Bacon 
Robert E.. coremaker, res. 107 Cushing 
CAREY THOMAS F., lawyer, 661 Main, 
room 3, res. 19 Banks (see page 44) 
see Cary 
Carleton Belle L., stenographer (B.i, res. 35 
High 
Florence Miss, died, Jan. 1, 1905 
Susan B. Miss, res. 35 High 
Carley Dona Miss. res. 99 Ash 
Hannah J. Mrs., res. 99 Ash 
Mary, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. Massasoit 
Carling Charles F., machinist, res. 17 Hart- 
well 
Carlisle Carrie, W. W. Co., res. 22 Adams 
Carlson Carl G.. teamster, res. Forest 
Charles, at B. M. Co., res. 18 Cedar 
Magnus, sawyer, res. 176 Robbins 
Nathaniel, W. W. Co., res. 18 Cedar 
Victor, organ maker, res. 16 Sharon 
Carlstrom Axel, W. W. Co., res. Dale 

Elis F., watchmaker, res. 65 Pine 
Carlton AndreAv P., carpenter, Hall' pi. 
Clarence S., night operator, 2 Lexington, 

res. 6 Park pi. 
John M., W. Mnfg. Co., res. 27 Myrtle 



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Carlton L. E. Mrs., res. G Park place 

Minnie, widow of Andrew B., res. 197 
Charles 
Carmody Cornelius. B. Mnt'g. Co., res. 05 

Exchange 
Carney Catherine L.. res. 11 Pond 
Elizabeth L.. res. 3.9 Russell 
Greta C, bookkeeper, TO Calvary, res. 83 

Oak 
James O., laborer, res. 42 Williams 
James W., police, res. 53 Fiske 
John (J. Carney Coal Co.;, TO Calvary, 

res. S3 Oak 
John J., hairdresser, 023 Main, res. 11 

Pond 
Mary A., res. 83 Oak 
CARNEY J. COAL CO. (John Carney), coal 
and wood, TO Calvary, branch office 125 
Moody (see page TO) 
Martin F., engraver, res. 15 Pond 
Mary Ellen, W. W. Co., res. 11 Pond 
Michael, died June 0, 1903 
Patrick, laborer, F. R. R., res. 11 Pond 
Patrick J.,, section hand, F. R. R., res. 18 

Winthrop 
Thomas, res. 83 Oak 
Thomas H., res. 11 Poncl 
Walter I. J., clerk, res. 53 Fiske 
William L., res. 6(5 Calvary 
Caron Alexander. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 18 

Lawton place 
Carovoglio Annie Mrs., fruit, 195 Moody, 
res. 42 Spruce 
Gastano, clerk. 195 Moody, res. 42 Spruce 
Carpeuter Hamilton L.. public accountant, 
12S Moody, res. 54 Chester av. 
I. Parker, B. & M. R. R., res. ITT Chestnut 
Warner W.. died Aug. 8. 1905 
Carr Charles W., electrician, res. 17 Hall 
Daniel F., moulder, res. 12T Charles 
Emma H., W. W. Co., res. IT Hall 
Frank C. tin and sheet iron worker, 561 

Main, res. IT Hall 
George F., janitor. Royal E. Robbins 

school, res. IT Hall 
George H., roofer, res. 44 Russell 
James R., clerk, 73 Charles, res. 66 do. 
John C. moulder, res. 32 Spring 
J. Albert, W. W. Co., res. T9 Cushing 
Mary S., widow of Alexander, res. IT Hall 
Patrick, coachman, 108 Main, res. 119 

Grove 
Thomas, laborer, res. 92 Bacon 
Carrier Mary E., widow of Ralph A., res. 36 

Gordon 
Carroll Alice, widow of John, res. 32 Bolton 
Edward, F. R. R., res. 32 Bolton 
Helen F., W. W. Co.. res. 92 Taylor 
Henry P., brakeman. F. R. R., res. T Oak 
Hugh, res. Wall 
Hugh L.. carpenter, res. 2T Middle 



Carroll James, gate helper, res. Wall 

James A.. W. B. & L). Works, res. 90 
Cedar 

John J., res. 29 McKenn 

Joseph, baker, res. Wall 

Katherine G. telephone operator, res. 92 
Taylor 

Martha J., clerk, res. 92 Taylor 

Mattie. clerk, res. 92 Taylor 

Mary. res. Wall 

Michael, res. 92 Taylor 

Patrick, laborer, res. Massasoit court 

Patrick J., brakeman. F. R. R.. res. ? Oak 

Robert, machinist, res. Hugh Carroll's, 
Wall 

Rose, at Bemis, res. Wall 

Warren, machinist, res. 92 Taylor 
Carruthers Albert, electrician, res. 60 Oak 
Carsley Maurice, machinist, res. 5T Crescent 
Carson Elbridge C. died March 9, 1905 

E. Frank, artist, res. 6 Norumbega ter. 

George. W. W. Co.. res. 64 Maple 

Henry, laborer, res. 4 Elm place 

John, clerk, res. 35 Gordon 
Carter Eugene J. clerk, 135 Moodv, res. 
19S do. 

Frank, gardener, res. 3 Fiske ct. 

Frank C, W. W. Co.. res. 2 Rumford av. 

George T.. foreman. W. W. Co., res. 14 
Howard 

George O., clerk. 11 T Moodv. res. 3 Rum- 
ford av., C. P. 

Lester J., grocer, 364 Moody, res. 35 
Chester av. 

Julia, widow of Isaac, res. 1T9 River 

Nancy A., widow of Daniel C, res. 3 
Fiske ct. 

Robert E.. clerk, res. 102 Cushing 

Wilbur E.. agent Lawrence Estate, res. 
8 Common 

William T., clerk. 161 Moody, res. 3 
Fiske ct. 
Cartwright Albert G.. foreman, res. Waverly 

Oaks rd. 
Casey Daniel, died Dec. 7, 1904 

David J., brakeman, B. & M. R. R., res. 
154 Charles 

Edward A., clerk, res. 70 Hammond 

Ellen, died Feb. 5, 1905 

Frank, teamster, res. rear 124 Willow 

Frank H„ res. rear 124 Willow. 

John A., brakeman, B. & M. R. R., res. 
rear 124 Willow 

Julia. W. W. Co., res. 154 Charles 

Lulu, bookkeeper, 582 Main. res. 33 Rob- 
bins 

Margaret, seamstress, ves. 154 Charles 

Margaret, widow of Timothy, res. 85 
Felton 

Maria M.. clerk. 135 Moody, res. 70 Ham- 
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Casey Mary E., seamstress, res. 154 Charles 
Michael, laborer, res. 143 Calvary 
Timothy W., lather, 70 Hammond, res. do. 
William, helper, res. rear 124 Willow 

Cash John, stone mason, res. 276 River 

Cashman John, res. 47 Hammond 

Cassidy Andrew G., machinist, W. W. Co., 
res. 33 Orange 
Annie M., res. 182 School 
William P., clerk, res. 182 School 
Winifred, W. W. Co., res. 14S Adams 

Castner Ervin S., milkman, Trapelo road, 
res. do. 
Sanford B., milkman, Trapelo rd., res. do. 

Caswell Earl F., clerk, Waltham Station, 
res. 20 Cross 
Fred L., plumber, res. 87 Washington av. 
Royal, hack stable, 20 Cross, res. do. 
William J., hack stable, 20 Cross, res. do. 

Gate Alzina, housekeeper, 66 School, res. do. 
Celia, clerk, W. G. L. Co., 684 Main, res. 

14 Townsend 
Charles M., W. W. Co., res. 205 Lowell 
Lucy L., died Jan. 12, 1905 
Silas H., W. W. Co., res. 205 Lowell 

Cater Charles E., police, res. 20 Fiske 

Cathcart Alice C, W. W. Co., res. 49- Rob- 
bins 
Ann, widow of Edward, res. 349 Crescent 
Chester A., W. W. Co., res. 49 Robbins 
Harrison B., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 51 

Robbins 
Obed S., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 51 Robbins 
Rena, W. W .Co., res. 51 Robbins 

Caughey George H., contractor, Winter, 
res. do. 
John, machinist, res. 59 Plympton 
John W., wheelwright, res. Locust 
Joseph H., bookkeeper (74 State, B.), res. 

425 Lexington 
Reuben H., letter carrier, res. R. W. 

Caugbey's, Winter 
Reuben W., farmer, res. Winter, near 

Locust 
William, machinist, res. 89 Grant 
William A., letter carrier, res. 89 Grant 
See Coy, also Coye 

Cavanaugh Bridget, widow of Thomas, res. 
Foundry av. 
Felix, laborer, res. 103 Central 
John, laborer, res. 17 Henrd 
John, farmer, res. Slassasoit 
Michael, at D. <fc F. Co., res. 183 Grove 
Patrick, molder, res. Foundry av. 
Thomas F. (Codyer & Cavanaugh) stoves, 
727 Main, res. 3 Bemis a v. 

Cavanagh, see Cavanaugh, also Kavnaugh 

Cavaney Margaret Mrs., res. 22 Gorham 
Mary, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 22 Gorham 
Thomas F., plumber, res. 22 Gorham 

Cave Harold, res. 25 Gordon 



Caverlv Wilfred E., carpenter, res. 27 Derby 

CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO. (Clifford S. 

Cobb), dry and fancy goods, etc., 107 

to 115 Moody (see page 24) 

Central House, J. A. McTernan, manager, 

743 Main 

Loan Office, O. H. Humphrey, prop., 103 

Moody 
Park, John R. Farnum. prop., Foundry av. 
Chadburn Albert E., teamster, res. 118 

Central 
Chaddock William B., W. W. Co., res. 35 

Wadsworth av. 
Chadsey Levi P., E. H. W. Co., res. 139 

Lowell 
Chadwick Eliza A. Mrs., res. 18 Palmer 
Henry D., physician, 255 Moody, res. 315 

Bacon 
James, W. W. Co., res. 119 Plympton 
Jennie M., res. 18 Palmer 
Chagnon Charles, loom fixer, 382 Rivers 
John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 1 Lawton place 
Napoleon, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 402 River 
William, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 1 Lawton pi. 
Chalmers Charles W., clerk (B.), 13 Harvard 
Chamberlain Calvin W., died Oct. 13, 1904 
Delano A., painter, res. 26 Fern 
Edgar W., fireman, W. W. Co., res. Mt. 

Pleasant 
Herbert W., W. W. Co., res. 168 Moody 
Henry B., mgr., Atlas Chemical Co., 226 
Calvary, res. at Newtonville 
Chamberlin George, res. 15 Lyman 
George W., W. W. Co., res. 74 Brown 
Helen P., student, res. 428 Main 
Mary E.. died Aug. 4, 1905 
Oscar F., tailor, res. 183 Ash 
Sax*ah A., widow of Charles, ties. 74 Brown 
Chambers Cassie Miss, teacher, M. S. F. M., 

res. do. 
Chandler Annie St., res. 154 Ash 
Lucy A., W. W. Co., res. 154 Ash 
William G, laundryman, res. 137 Alder 
Chandonit Alcide, carpenter, res. 18 Sun 
Chapeldaine Ralph, student, res. 128 Adams 
Chapin Abby L., widow of Ezra H., res. 52 
Harvard 
Ella H.. W. W. Co., res. 52 Harvard 
Frank W., inspector, W. W. Co., res. 257 

School 
George H., died Starch 6, 1904 
George L., milkman, 247 Bacon, res. do. 
Leon D., W. W. Co., res. 324 Sloody 
Lucy L.. teacher Bemis school, res. 257 

School 
Stary H., wid. of George H., r. 257 School 
Sterrick H., carpenter, res. 24 Fern 
Chapman Charles K., paperhanger, res. 168 
Felton 
Lucy E., teacher, Plympton school, res. 
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Chapman Sarah A., res. 100 High 
Chappel Ernest C. F., res. 307 Crescent 
Chappelle Florence, W. W. Co., res. 129 

Brown 
Charest Napoleon, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 339 
River 
Urbain, bricklayer, res. 339 River 
Charles Edward, W. W. Co., res. 20-Adams 

Henry, died Aug. 17, 1904 
Charratte Julia, widow of Isaac, res. 179 

River 
Charter Franklin, res. City Home, South 
Chase Adelade F. Mrs., res. 51 Prospect 
■ Alberta L., W. W. Co., res. 64 Robbins 
- Alberto, res. 79 Gardiner 
Alfred, salesman, res. 147 Weston 
Charles F., probation officer, res. 79 Clash- 
ing 
Charlotte A. Mrs., res. 23 Gushing 
Daniel, student, res. 128 Adams 
Edgar H., machinist, res. 188 Ash 
Edna L., res. 159 Brown 
Edith M., stenographer, E. II. W. Co., 

res. end Rich 
Fannie S., res. 55 Walnut 
Florence W., clerk, res. 79 Gushing 
Frances L., teacher, res. 159 Brown 
Herbert L., optician, res. 51 Prospect 
Joseph W., machinist, W. W. Co., res. end 

of Rich \y 

Leona J., student, res. end of Rich 
Louise M. Mrs., res. 159 Brown 
Lyman W., moulder, res. 27 Cross 
Martha P., widow of Charles H., res. 66 

Robbins 
Mary J. M., dressmaker, 64 Robbins, 

res. do. 
Mary P., teacher, res. 159 Brown 
William A., printer, res. 41 Hall 
William H., W. W. Co., res. 349 Moody 
Cheney Helen, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Henry M.. E. H. W. Co., res. 51 Bedford 
William F., res. 134 Brown 
Chesley Theresa R., dressmaker, 31 Spruce, 

res. do. 
Chickering Susan N., res. 13 Liberty 
Child Blanche, W. W. Co., res. 159 Brown 
Childs Alice L.. teacher, North grammar, 
res. 922 Main 
Ann L., widow of Thomas L., res. 591 

Lexington 
Arthur G., milkman, 508 Lexington, res. 

500 do. 
Frank E., milkman, res. 116 School 
Grace Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 175 Brown 
Harriet D., widow of William P., res. 396 

Lexington 
Harriet L. Miss, res. 396 Lexington 
Harris L., driver, res. 156 Adams 
Isaac, died Dec. 7, 1903 
Leonard N., farmer, res. 591 Lexington 



Childs Melvin L., milkman, 396 Lexington, 
res. do. 
Prentis B., res. 396 Lexington 
T. Whittemore, res. 163 Summer 
William B., milkman, res. 508 Lexington 
Chin Charles, laundry, 362% Moody, res. do. 
Chipman George L., foreman, res. 75 Maple 
Chisholm Mary, clerk, res. 20 Crescent 
Chittick Alfred H., painter, res. 91 Gushing 
Choate Horace, clerk, res. 30 High 
Chosid Eva. res. 198 Felton 

Louis, .iuuk, 198 Felton, res. do. 
Christmas Frank, gardener, rear 716 Main, 
res. rear do. 
Florence, stenographer, 3 Moody, res. 714 
Main 
. William H., teacher, res. rear 716 Main 
Chung Sam, laundry, 204 Newton, res. do. 
Church Duane H., mechanical supt., W. W. 

Co., res. at West Newton 
Churchill Arthur, W. W. Co.,' res. 385 
Newton 
Augusta P., res. 78 Lexington 
Harriet M., widow of A. Wells, res. 78 

Lexington 
John M., res. l^V-i Lexington 
Laura W., bookkeeper, W. W. Co., res. 

7Sy 2 Lexington 
Thomas, laborer, F. R. R., res. 6 Sun 
William D., W. W. Co., 385 Newton 
Cienulewicze Mike, laborer, res. 86 Ex- 
change 
Cilley Clara B., res. 5 Wellington 

Hattie M., res. 5 Wellington 
Cincotta Francesco, fruit, etc., 711 Main, 

res. rear 717 do. 
Cinif Edward, baker, res. 138 Brown 
CITIZENS INS. CO. OF ST. LOUIS, B. S. 

Tolman, agent, 621 Main (see page 11) 
CITIZENS MUTUAL INS. CO. OF BOS- 
TON, D. F. Tiles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
City Engineer's Office, 3 Moody, room 53 

Stables, Pond, opp. Pond av. 
Claes Andrew, weaver, res. Massasoit 
Clahane John T., plumber, 13 Pine, res. do. 
Claflin Adams D., pres. W. G. L. Co., 684 

Main, res. at Newtonville 
Clancy Annie E., millinery, 196 Moody, 
res. do. 
Joseph C., clerk, res. 196 Moody 
Lacky, at W. B. & D. W. Co., res. 202 

River 
Michael J., baker, 181 Newton, res. do. 
Michael J., machinist, res. 196 Moody 
Clapp Arthur F., leather (B.), res. 627 South 
Beatrice Miss, res. 34 Linden 
Frederick R., clerk, 893 Main, res. 740 

Main 
Gilmer, trustee (94 Ames bldg., B.), res. 
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Clapp Harriet B., widow of James H., res. 
34 Linden 
Lyndon, civil engineer, res. 164 Myrtle 
Munroe, W. W. Co., res. Dale, cor. Farns- 
worth 
Clark Adelbert F., W. W. Co., res. 44 Ches- 
ter av. 
Alden, bookkeeper, res. off Lexington, 
Alice N., res. 25 Bacon 
Anna, res. 85 Crescent 
Annie B., W. W. Co., res. 15 Robbins 
Bertha L., teacher. The Chauncey New- 
hall school, res. 39 Vernon 
Bertrand', sub-clerk P. O., res. 73 Chestnut 
Caroline H., student, res. 84 Gardner 
Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 70 Hall 
Charles E., machinist, W. W. Co.. res. 64 

Chestnut 
Charles B., poultry salesman (B.), res. 25 

Charles 
Charles J., driver, res. 94 Francis 
Charles M., driver, res. 253 Bacon 
Charles W., res. 110 School 
Charles W. Mrs., chiropodist and nurse, 

130 School, res. do. 
Claude M., jeweler, res. 34 Robbins 
Daisy M., teacher, res. 333 Crescent 
Elizabeth M., res. Lexington, above 

Curve 
Emily Mrs., res. 21 Newton 
Everett D., salesman, res. 320 Crescent 
Florence M., hairdresser (B.), res. 320 

Crescent 
Franc E. Mrs., res. 84 Gardner 
Frank, farmer, res. Main, near Weston 

line 
Frank S., clerk, res. 84 Gardner 
CLARK GEORGE A. (Spooner & Clark), 
undertakers, 15S Moody and livery 
stable and horse clipping, rear 179 
Moody, res. 32 Adams (see pages 22 
and 70) 
George A., violin teacher, res. 216 Brown 
George F., machinist, res. 123 High 
George L., salesman, res. 206 Robbins 
George W., res. 39 Vernon 
Georgiana, housekeeper, res. 414 River 
Grace B., cellist, rear 44 Chester av. 
Harry G., W. W. Co., res. 139 Adams 
Helen S., milliner (B.), res. 39 Floyd 
Henry A., W. B. & D. Wks., res. 6 Elm pi. 
Helen, student, res. 140 School 
Henry L., res. City Home, South 
Herbert A., photo printer, 111 Moody, 

res. 10 Townsend terrace 
Herbert F., res. 44 Chester av. 
.lames, farmei*, res. Frank Clark's, Main 
James, laborer, res. 414 River 
Janette, res. 70. Hall 
John R., res. 64 Chestnut 
Joseph, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 414 River 



Clark Julius D., res. rear Linden 

Lilian A., W. W. Co., res. 206 Robbins 
Lowell, res. 68 Lyman 
Margaret, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 414 River 
Marion, res. 140 School 
Mary E. Mrs., res. Main, near Weston line 
Mary M., res. Lexington, above Curve 
Mildred, W. W. Co., res. 389 Crescent 
Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Nellie M. Miss, res. 113 Taylor 
Roland A., W. W. Co., res. 12 Woerd av. 
Samuel E., W. W. Co., res. 333 Crescent 
Sarah E., res. 27 C. Hammond 
Susan, widow of Henry, res. 94 Francis 
Susan C. Mrs., res. 40 Chester av. 
Wallace E., W. W. Co., res. 320 Cres- 
cent 
Walter B., gardener, R. T. Paine, Beaver, 

res. near do. 
William J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 414 River 
William L., res. 140 School 
William V., baggage master, F. R. R., 

res. 110 Chestnut 
see Clarke 

Clarke Adelman E., salesman (B.), res. 46 
Wellington 
Edwin M., jeweler (B.). res. 92 Brown 
Elfleda M., widow of Fred G, res. 18 

Harris 
Ella A., music teacher, res. 92 Brown 
Julia, widow of John, died April 23, 1903 
Mary A., res. 16 Stearns 
Thomas, mule spinner, res. 85 Felton 
Walter L., conductor, res. 53 Columbus av. 
William, laborer, res. Felton 
Willis W., sealer weights and measures, 

res. 46 Wellington 
see Clark 

Clarkson Albert, bookbinder, res. 471 Main 
Charles F., iron roller, res. 27 Exchange 
Fred, machinist, res. 27 Exchange 

CLARKSON JOHN H., furniture, stoves, 
etc., 594-596 Main, res. 28 Francis, (see 
back cover) 

CLARKSON ; S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
HOUSE, 594-596 Main, (see back cover) 

Clasby Agnes, stenographer, res. 80 Charles 
Daniel J., grocer, 80 Charles, res. do. 
Frank J., rubber worker, res. 75 Ash 
Gertrude, res. 80 Charles 
Hugh J., at J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 15 

Charles-st. av. 
Hugh T., W. W. Co., res. 15 Charles-st. av. 
James F., W. W. Co., r. 15 Charles-st. av. 
James J., tinsmith, res. 216 School 
James Mrs., died April 10, 1903 
John R., W. W. Co., res. 216 School 
Mary C, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 216 School 

Claxton David, W. W. Co., res. 10 Robbins 

Clay Alfred C, upholsterer, rear 8 Union, 
res. do. 



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Clayton George H., milkman, res. 116 School 

Thomas S., W. W. Co., res. 89 Alder 
Clegg James, foundryman, res. 72 Cedar 
Clement Elizabeth B., res. 91 Cherry 
Hattie E., res. 78 High 
Lilla E., res. 336 Lexington 
Murray D., paymaster, W. W. Co., Cres- 
cent, res. 336 Lexington 
William D., jewelers' supplies, (B.), res. 
22 Adams 
Clements B. Franklin, W. W. Co., res. 344 

Crescent 
Cleveland Annie, res. 121 Ash 
John, farmer, res. 121 Ash 
Cliffle Ellen Mrs., res. 262 School 
Clifford Ellen Mrs., res. 269 School 
Fannie, W. W. Co., res. 61 Robbins 
Fannie E., widow of Wheelock N., res. 

350 Moody 
John E., res. 8 Gibbs court 
John W., bookkeeper, 14 Felton, res. 53 

Francis 
Owen, res. City Home, South 
Stephen M., hostler, res. 269 School 
Wheelock N., died Nov. 7, 1903 
Clifton Alfred R., fireman, F. R. R., res. 39 
Morton 
Leonard P., station agent, Roberts station, 

F. R. R., res. 45 Morton 
Thomas, janitor, Roberts school, res. 19 
Hartwell 
Cline Durbin, painter, res. 295 Crescent 
Clive Annie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 71 Robbins 
Cloherty John, W. B. & D. W, res. 5 Par- 
ker lane 
Cloonan Catherine. i*es. 122 School 
Edward A., W. W. Co., res. 122 School 
Louise G, W. W. Co., res. 122 School 
Thomas F., machinist, res. 122 School 
Cloran John, laborer, res. 128 Willow 
Mary L., res. 128 Willow 
Nora, widow of Patrick, res. 128 Willow 
Clongh Milford G, provisions, res. 92 Myrtle 
Milford J., W. W. Co., res. 92 Myrtle* 
Pearl C. E., stenographer, res. 92 Myrtle 
Ruby M., stenographer, res. 92 Myrtle 
Cloyes Frank H., W. W. Co., res. 40. Orange 

May L., teacher, 40 Orange, res. do. 
Cluff Aaron M., res. 4 Maple terrace 

George M.. at Am. W. W. Co., res. 4 
Maple terrace 
Coakley Annie, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 
Beaver Brook 
Cordelia Mrs., res. 27 Cross 
Dudley, res. Beaver Brook 
Cobb Annie D:, res. 3 Moody, res. 26 do. 
COBB CLIFFORD S. (Central Dry Goods 
Co.), 107 to 115 Moody, res. 9 Townsend, 
near Main (see page 24) 
George T., butcber, res. Farnswortk, near 
Plympton 



Cobb John E., clerk, 107 Moody, res. 18 
Howard 
Julia Mrs., res. 21 Newton 
Reuben H., salesman, Armour & Co., res 

64 Bacon 
Sarah H., died March 26, 1903 
William, machinist, res. 12 Charles 
Cobe Nathan, res. 35 Fiske 
Cobleigh Charles H., salesman (B.), res. 51 
Chestnut 
Zimri H., res. 51 Chestnut 
Coburn Annie, W. W. Co., res. 77 Brown 

Lorenzo, machinist, res. 249 Moody 
Corcoran James, meat cutter, res. 387 Moody 
Codding Bernard S., W.W. Co., r. 201 Brown 
Cody John, coachman, res. 44 Turner 
Codyer Margaret, widow of Thomas, res. 253 
Calvary 
Mary, res. 253 Calvary 
Peter M. (Codyer & Cavanaugh), stoves, 

727 Main, res. 253 Calvary 
Thomas F., engineer, res. 267 Calvary 
«fc Cavanaugh (Peter M. Codyer & Thomas 
F. Cavanaugh), stoves, furnaces and 
ranges, 727 Main 
Coen Annie L., res. 95 Calvary 
Bernard A., res. 422 River 
Dennis M., res. 422 River 
John J., J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 422 River 
John, W.B. & D. Works, r. Parker's lane 
Maggie T., at Waltham Laundry, res. 95 

Calvary 
Mary A., E. H. W. Co., res. 422 River 
Patrick J., J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 422 

River 
Rose, died Aug. 20, 1903 
Thomas, laborer, res. 16 Ripley 
see Cohen 
Coffin Charles E., machinist,, res. 99 Mvrtle 
Edgar H.. W. W. Co., res. 99 Myrtle 
Fred S., W. W. Co.. res. 12 Fiske 
John S., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 359 Moody 
Willard E., machinist, res. 99 Myrtle 
Cogswell Frank R., clerk (B.), res. 24 Well- 
ington 
William J., clerk (B.), res. 24 Wellington 
William L.. W. W. Co., res. 24 Wellington 
Cohen Harry, cigar packer, res. 46 Pond 

John, junk dealer, res. 144 Charles 
COHEN PHILIP (Waltham Haberdash- 
ery), 659 Main, res. 37 Barton, (see front 
cover) 
Samuel I., shoe repairer, 204 Newton, res. 
22 Bolton 
Coker Jesse, clergyman, res. Barnes 
Colan Moses, boat builder, res. 283 Newton 
Colburn Arthur L., organ builder, (B.), res. 
918 Main 
Edith, W. W. Co., res. 118 Central 
Edwin T., boot and shoe repairer, 186 
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Colburu George, teacher, r. 57 Chester av. 
George M., W. W. Co., res. Main 
Herbert H., W. W. Co., res. 162 Brown 
John A., machinist, res. 23 Orange 
Laura A., widow of William W., res. 64 

Cherry 
Levi, painter, res. 167 Felton 
Martin V., engineer, stone crusher, Pond, 

res. Stow, near Main 
Matilda, res. 21 Newton 
Sylvia M., widow of Samuel, res. 19 

dishing 
Walter B., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
William G., W. W. Co., res. 112 Crescent 

Colby Blanche M., res. 22% Moody 

Ellen, widow of Thomas, res. 185 Moody 
James W., teacher, 23 Gordon 
William R., res. 147 Crescent 

Coldwell Edith, dressmaker, res. 51 Ches- 
ter av. 
Fred H.. milkman, 36 Francis, res. do. 
Hiram, farmer, res. Locust, near Winter 
Levi, farmer, res. West, near Winter 

Cole Arthur L., carpenter, res. 94 Brown 
Eva B., W. W. Co., res. 12 Alder 
Pamela S., res. 55 Taylor 

Coleman Cecelia M., res. 325 School 
Charles W., carpenter, res. 376 Newton 
C. W., W. W. Co., res. 144 Robbins 
Edward, teamster, res. Pond av. 
Edward F., Jr., teamster, res. Pond av. 
John, salesman, res. Pond av. 
John H., moulder, res. 20 Exchange 
Martin J., W. W. Co., res. 325 School 
Patrick H., res. 136 Bacon 
Peter F., machinist, res. 20 Exchange 

Collagan Edward, res. F. E. No. 1 Moody 

Colligan Charles E., lawyer, 661 Main, rm. 
4, res. 79 Charles 

Collett Thomas, mason, res. 14 Fern 

Collins Alice, compositor, res. 93 Willow 
Agnes L., W. W. Co., res. 39 Winthrop 
Charles, watchman, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 93 

Central 
Catherine A., typewriter (B.), res. 160 

Newton 
Daniel B., machinist, res. 83 Cushing 
Delia, widow of John, res. 14 Lowell 
Dennis F., died March 23, 1903 
Elizabeth, widow of Richard, res. 178 

Charles 
Florence C, W. W. Co., res. 189 Brown 
Francis" A., waiter, res. 93 Willow 
James, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 416 River 
James H., res. 3 Lexington 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 78 Russell 
John, machinist, res. 25 Clinton 
John, W. W. Co., res. 452 Moody 
John, laborer, res. 75 Hammond 
John, pattern maker, res. 93 Willow 
John, Jr., buckle maker, res. 39 Winthrop 



Collins John A., farmer, r. 39 Winthrop 
Joseph B., farmer, res. 39 Winthrop 
John J., machinist, res. 40 Taylor 
J. Joseph, clerk, 113 Moody, res. 84 Brown 
Kate A., housekeeper, 92 Bacon 
Mary Anne, dressmaker, res. 160 Newton 
Mary E., widow of Timothy J., res. 196 

Charles 
Mary G., telegrapher, res. 92 Bacon 
Michael, died June 26, 1905 
Michael, teamster, res. 93 Willow 
Michael P., res. 3 Lexington 
Michael T., laborer, res. 160 Newton 
Molly, res. 39 Winthrop 
Patrick J., laborer, 56 Felton, res. 22 

Spring- 
Richard, physician, 547 Main. res. do 
Rose G., dressmaker, res. 160 Newton 
Rose G, bookkeeper, res. <8 Russell 
Thomas S., bartender (B.), res. Exchange 

place 
Timothy J., died July 18, 1903 
Yernette J., blacksmith, r. 25 Clinton 
William A., bookkeeper, res. 75 Hammond 
William J., oiler, res. 409 River 

Colloton John T.. W. W. Co., res. 200 
Chestnut 

Collyer Helena Mrs., res. 26 Cherry 

Colon Moses, boat builder, res. 283 Newton 

Colpitsh Abel, plasterer, res. 36 Curtis 

Colton Martin F., laborer, res. 20 Clinton 
Mary, widow of Martin, res. 20 Clinton 

Comeau Agnes, widow of Franu, res. Ripley 
Chester, W. W. Co., res. 64 Maple 
Frank, died March 11, 1905 

COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, bookkeeping, 
stenography, typewriting, William H. 
t Mellor, principal, 12 Moody 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. 
OF ENGLANO, D. F. Viles & Co., agts., 
637 Main (see page 26) 

Commiskey Thomas, clerk, res. 10 Bolton 

Comstock Ethel L., W. W. Co., res. 50 Ver- 
non 
Julia M., Institute Tech. (B.), res. 50 

Yernon 
Sarah A., diea Feb. 22, 1904 
William B., bookkeeper, 663 Main, res. 50 
Vernon 

Conant Luman E., res. 118 Weston 

Maud C, manicure, 25 Gordon, res. do. 

Conary Caroline L. Miss, res. 5 Wellington 
Frances P., teacher, res. 5 Wellington 
Hoyt L. (133 Pearl, B.), res. Palmer 
Lelia E., dressmaker, res. 5 Wellington 
Margaret W., designer, res. 5 Welington 
Martha M., widow of Alvin G., res. 5 

Wellington 
Nina M., W. W. Co., res. 5 Wellington 

Concannon Edward, res. Massasoit 
Michael, res. 252 Ash 



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Coucanuou Michael, mason, res. 252 Ash 
Patrick H., letter carrier, res. 189% New- 
ton 
Thomas, farm hand, Edward Welling- 
ton's, res. do. 
Thomas, laborer, res. Massasoit, near 
Massasoit ct. 
CONCORDIA INS. CO. OF MILWAUKEE, 
William H. Johnson, agent, 661 Main 
and 211 Moody (see pages 11-17) 
Condlin Frank T., E. H. W. C, res. 58 
Francis 
see Conlin 
Condon James W., milkman, res. 147 Adams 
John, at water works, res. 9 River av. 
John P., milkman, res. 147 Brown 
Cone Birthday, painter, 226% Moody, near 

Chestnut, res. 53 Bobbins 
Congdon Benjamin O., W. W. Co., res. 216 

Adams 
Coniegh James P., W. W. Co., res. 46 Chest- 
nut 
Conley John A., slater, res. 29 Gorham 
Conlin Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 28 Ash 

Mary, W. W. Co., res. 28 Ash 
Connair Francis H., clerk, res. 4 Parker's 
lane 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 2 Macks ct. 
Michael, laborer, res. 2 Macks ct. 
Patrick, laborer, res. 6 Macks ct. 
Stephen, laborer, res. 2, rear IV 5 School 
Thomas, B. Mfg. Co.. res. 2 Macks ct. 
Thomas, moulder, res. 4 Parker's lane 
See Kinnear, also Cunnare 
Connaughton Catherine M., widow of Rich- 
ard, res. 181 School 
John J., W. W. Co., res. 181 School 
Patrick, clerk, 179 School, res. 228 do. 
Connearney Annie G., nurse, res. 249 Cal- 
vary 
Hannah, res. 126 Charles 
Delia A. J., dressmaker. 249 Calvary, res. 

do. 
James B., produce, res. 137 Grove 
John, hostler, res. 20 Charles 
John A., bookkeeper (B.), res. 15 Ripley 
Martin, carpenter, res. 249 Calvary 
Michael, laborer, res. 249 Calvary 
Michael H., carpenter, res. 249 Calvary 
Michael, laborer, res. 15 Ripley 
Patrick N., at foundry, res. Ripley 
Rose A., widow of Martin, res. 1 Pratt a v. 
see Connerny, also Connerney 
CONNECTICUT FIRE INS. CO. OF HART- 
FORD, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
Connell James F., W. B and D. W., res. 50 
Calvary 
John E., janitor, res. 3 Spring 
Lizzie, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 3 Spring 
Margaret E., stenographer, res. 49 Robbins 



Connell Martin, dyer, res. 50 Calvary 
Connelley Annie J., at A. W. W. Co., res. 12 
Cedar 
Coleman S., clerk, 64 Charles, res. 8 Grant 
Edward, engineer, res. 58 Walnut 
Edward A., machinist, res. 58 Walnut 
Frank M., driver, 87 Exchange, res. do. 
James, laborer, res. Emery, near Bacon 
John J., helper, res. 58 Walnut 
John, plumber, res. 133 Brown 
Kate I., res. 133 Brown 
Marcella, W. W. Co., res. 133 Brown 
Matthew T., letter carrier, res. James Con- 
nelley, Emery 
Mathias W.. rubber cutter, res. 108 River 
'Michael, laborer, res. 184 River 
Michael, machinist, res. 16 Cedar 
Michael F., res. 168 River 
Patrick J., moulder, res. 42 Floyd 
Stephen T., carman, res. Pond-st. ct. 
Connelly Anna L., bookkeeper, 175 Newton, 
res. 252 Ash 
Catherine F., at B. Mfg. Co., res. 107 Pine 
Delia B., clerk, res. 168 River 
Edward A., E. H. W. Co., res. 58 Walnut 
Eleanor L., res. 55 Charles 
Esther, at N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 125 Pine 
Flammel, machinist, res. 168 River, 
James A., clerk, 189 Newton, res. 54 Gui- 

nan 
John, laborer, res. 20 Cutter 
John, laborer, res. 12 Clinton 
John, grocer, 189 Newton, also provisions, 

3 Calvary, res. 252 Ash 
John J., painter, res. 168 River 
John P., laborer, res. rear 73 Exchange 
Julia F., res. 133 Brown 
Lilian, clerk, 189 Newton, res. 252 Ash 
Katherine, clerk, 51 Charles, res. 55 do. 
Margaret L., laundress, res. 107 Pine 
Mary, res. 252 Ash 
Mary L., res. 168 River 
Michael, teamster, res. Music Hall av. 
Michael, city laborer, res. Acorn, cor. Bol- 
ton 
Michael J., laborer, res. 73 Exchange 
Michael J., laborer, res. 144 Bacon 
Michael T., grocer, 51 Charles (also city 

assessor), res. 55 do. 
Patrick, laborer, res. 34 Heard 
Patrick, laborer, res. 14 Cutter 
Thomas, teamster, 87 Exchange, "res. do. 
Thomas A., clerk, 51 Charles, res. 55 do. 
Thomas J., clerk, 3 Calvary, res. 252 Ash 
see Connelley, also Connolly 
Conner Eugene A., res. 33 Francis 

John, paper hanger (B.), res. 40 Prospect 
Mildred M., W. W. Co., res. 40 Prospect 
Ralph W., clerk, res. 40 Prospect 
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Connerny James B.. produce, 139 Grove, res. 
do. 
Frank J., driver, res. 29 Felton 
John, clerk, 91 Moody, res. 29 Felton 
Julia, W. W. Co., res. 29 Felton 
Kate, B. Mfg. Co., res. 214 Felton 
Martin, laborer, res. 209 Grove 
Martin, res. 216 Felton 
Michael, produce, res. 214 Felton 
Michael, laborer, res. 15 Ripley 
Michael F., teamster, res. 214 Felton 
Patrick, laborer, res. 29 Felton 
Thomas, laborer, res. 2 Guinan 
Thomas, driver, res. 214 Felton 
Thomas, teamster, res. 79 Exchange 
Thomas J., plumber (B.), res. 209 Grove 
see Connearney, also Connerney 
Conniff Joseph T., conductor, res. 21 Weston 
Connolly Annie, W. W. Co., res. 157 Moody 
Dennis, died Oct. 6, 1903 
Delia, res. 117 Brown 
James A., clerk, res. 54 Guinan 
John F., W. B. & D. Works, res. 75 River 
Joseph D., E. H. W. Co., res. 54 Guinan 
Mary A., res. 4 Brown av. 
Mary A., clerk, 135 Moody, res. Emery 
Mary, res. 117 Brown 
Mary, widow of John. res. 75 River 
CONNOLLY MICHAEL J., lawyer, 794 
Main and 52 Ames bldg. (B.). res. 794 
Main (see page 46) 
Michael J., salesman (B.), res. 4 Brown a v. 
Nora, clerk, 135 Moody, res. Emery 
Patrick, driver, 56 Felton, res. 4 Brown av. 
Sarah T., buckle factory, res. 177 Brown 
Stephen F., plumber, res. 140 Charles 
Thomas E., bartender (B.), res. 75 River 
Connor Chas. H., watchmaker, r.249 Charles 
Charlotte M., nurse, res. 37 Banks 
F. J., asst. supt. Met. Life Ins. Co., res. 

at Watertown 
John, died Dec. 29, 1904 
Peter E., at B. Mfg. Co.. res. 409 River 
Walter J., machinist. 21 Crescent, res. at 

Watertown 
see Conner, also Connors and O'Connor 
Connors Annie F., W. W. Co., res. 224 River 
Catherine, widow of James, res. 56 Bacon 
' Catherine, shirt maker, res. 224 River 
Catherine A., res. 58 Pond 
Dominick, blacksmith, res. 50 Cranberry 
Ellen, widow of Patrick, res. 224 River 
Ellen M., dressmaker, res. Centre, near 

Massasoit ct. 
Hannah, res. 125 Felton 
James, foundryman. res. Foundry av. 
Joanna, res. 58 Pond 
John, teamster, res. 22 Calvary 
John, laborer, res. rear 717 Main 
Joseph P., horseshoer, 166% Moody, res. 
Massasoit 



Connors Lawrence P., teamster, r. 221 Grove 
Margaret A., bookkeeper, res. 224 River 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 56 Bacon 
Mary L., stenographer (B.), res. 58 Pond 
Mary J., W. W. Co., res. Centre, near 

Massasoit ct. 
Matthew J., machinist, res. 224 River 
Michael J., carpenter, res. 18 Plympton 
Nellie J. Miss. res. 224 River 
Patrick J., finisher, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. rear 717 Main 
Patrick J., laborer, res. Castle 
P. Joseph, blacksmith, res. Thomas Con- 
nors'. Centre 
Stephen, W. B. and D. W., res. 14 Cedar 
Thomas, peddler, res. Centre, near Massa- 
soit ct. 
Thomas H., lather, res. 56 Bacon 
William A., laborer, res. 224 River 
See Conner, also Connor, and O'Connor 
Conroy John J., laborer, res. 236 River 
Margaret, B. Mfg. Co., res. 236 River 
Margaret, widow of John, res. 236 River 
Matthew J., W. W. Co., res. 146 Adams 
Maria, widow of Thomas, res. 38 Newton 
Thomas H.. dryer. W. B. & D. Works, res. 

179 River 
William F.. B. D. W., res. 280 River 
Considine James. E. H. W. Co., res. 138 

Crescent 
Conte Antonio (Conte Bros.), 211 Moody, res. 
24 Gorham 
Bros. (Antonio & Frank), fruit. 211 Moody 
Dominick. W. W. Co., res. 31 McKenn 
Frank (Conte Bros.), 211 Moody, res. 24 
Gorham 
CONTINENTAL FIRE INS. CO OF N. Y., 
D. F. Yiles & Co., agents, 637 Main (see 
page 26) 
Convent of Notre Dame Training School, 52 

and 58 Newton 
Conway John, W. B. & D. W. Co., res. 154 
Newton 
Nellie, widow of Thomas, res. 327 School 
Cook Adelaide M., res. 8 Common, suite 7 
Anna, W. W. Co.. res. 94 Adams 
Allen N.. machinist, res. 179 Charles 
Benjamin, salesman, res. 101 High 
Benjamin A., mgr.. 212 Moody, r. 101 High 
Christian, removed to Charlestown 
E. E. Mrs., bookkeeper. D. & F. Mfg. Co., 

res. at Watertown 
Harlan. W. W. Co.. res. 96 Myrtle 
Harold O.. student, res. 8 Common, suite 7 
Helen, stenographer (B.), res. 8 Common 
Helen E., W. W. Co.. res. 17 Myrtle 
John W., clerk, res. W. E. Cook's, Trapelo 

road 
William E., farmer, res. Trapelo road 
William E., Jr., draughtsman, res. W. E. 
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Cookson Faustina, W. W. Co., res. 45 Myrtle 
Cooley George, clerk, 109 Moody, res. 12 
Stearns 
John, laborer, res. 186 River 
John J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 215 River 
Michael, W. B. & D. Works, res. 215 River 
Coolidge Clinton A., teller, Walthani Trust 
Co., res. 90 Taylor 
John F., overseer wash room, W. B. & D. 
Works, res. 90 Taylor 
COOLIDGE JOHN J., stone contractor, 42 
Lexington, res. do. (see back cover) 
J. Edward (Coolidge & Strauch), underta- 
ker, 200 Moody, res. Tolman 
Lottie Mrs., res. 22 Taylor 
COOLIDGE ROBERT W., machinist, rear 
24 Lexington, res. at Wayland (see page 
19) 
COOLIDGE & STRAUCH (J. Edward Cool- 
idge, George H. Strauch), undertakers, 
200 Moody (see page 70) 
Cooligan Annie, res. 10 Steams 
Coombs Annie M., widow of David E., res. 
85 Vernon 
Elizabeth F. Mrs., removed to Newton 
George F., res. Forrest Grove 
James W., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 85 
Vernon 
Cooney James, laborer, res. 36 Spring 
Mary A., dressmaker, res. 14 Calvary 
Richard, res. 13 Bolton 
William, laborer, res. 36 Spring- 
Cooper Joseph G., organ maker, res. 99 Pine 
Coote Belle. W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Copelaud James, res. 9 Central 

Loom Lo., Prospect 
Coppenger Catherine F., res. 28 Moore 
Joseph F. Rev., res. 28 Moore 
Maria E., res. 28 Moore 
Sarah V., bookkeeper, B. Mfg. Co., res. 28 
Moore 
Copps Albert H., W. W. Co., res. 129 Bobbins 
Copson Austin W., res. 18 Lexington 
James, mason, res. 11 Middle 
Samuel E., B. Mfg. Co., res. 18 Lexington 
William J., mason, res. lo Lexington 
Corbett Bernard, res. 191 School 
Edward A.. W. W. Co., res. 191 School 
James (Corbett & Laforet), baker, 73 

Charles, res. 191 School 
John, driver, 56 Felton 
Margaret, nurse, res. 191 School 
Mary A., res. 191 School 
Nora, W. W. Co., res. 191 School 
Peter J., machinist, res. 191 Scnool 
& Laforet (James Corbett, August Lafor- 
et i. bakers, 73 Charles 
Corbishley Bartholomew, clerk, W. B. & D. 
W.. res. 199 River 
James J., salesman, res. 199 River 
Jonathan V., laborer, res. 199 River 



Corcoran Bernard J., died May 29, 1904 

Eugene L., machinist, res. 10 Hammond 

John, city laborer, res. 9 Plympton 

John B., boilermaker, res. 256 Calvary 

John F., laborer, res. 36 Oak 

Kate, widow of Barnard, res. 294 River 

Michael, laborer, res. exchange pi. 
Corrigan Michael J., hairdresser, res. rear 

14 Calvary 
Corkum Leaman, machinist (B.), res. 95 
Bobbins 

Murray J., machinist, res. 103 Pine 
Corley William J., laborer, res. 146 Willow 
Corniey Annie L., teephone operator, res. 50 
Cushing 

John E., carpenter, res. 37 Gardner 

Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 50 Cushing 

Mary Mrs., res. 50 Cushing 
Cormier Adolph F., buckle maker, res. 
South 

Clarence F., bookkeeper, res. 39 Hammond 

Exis, machinist, res. 30 Sun 

Fabian, hostler, res. 124 Charles 

Ferdinand, shipper, res. South 

George, carpenter, res. 30 Sun 

George, harness maker, res. off South, opp- 
Dartmouth 

George, teamster, 19 Exchange, res. 118 
Charles 

James, buckle maker, res. 265 School 

John, carpenter, res. 38 \> illiams 

John, farmer, res. Winter, near West 
—-Joseph, painter, res. 21 Noonan 

Napoleon, res. 30 Sun 

Mathilda; widow of Simon, res. y Viles ct. 

Phyllis, W. W. Co., res. 9 Viles ct. 

Simon, died Aug. 15, 1904 

Simon P., res. 9 Viles ct. 

Thaddeus, res. 68 Pine 

Theophilus, carpenter, res. 200 Felton 

Theothime, carpenter, res. 7 Noonan 

Thomas S., carpenter, res. 7 Pratt av. 
Corning Nelson R., plumber, Prospect, cor. 

Bellevue, res. 26 Hammer 
Cornell Margaret, stenographer (25. ), res. 49 

Robbins 
Cornwell Harvey B., dial maker, res 18 

Orange 
Cortelli Frank, baker, res. 297 ._chool 
Corrigan Michael J., hairdresser, res. 6 

Calvary 
Cosgrove John, laborer, res. 9 Benefit 

John, plasterer, res. 27 Felton 

Miles J., mason, res. oft Plympton 
Costello James, W. B. & D. Works, res. 164 
River 

Martin, laborer, res. 2 serais av. 

Thomas W., blacksmith, 746 Jiain, res. 
99 Bacon 

William, tinsmith's helper, res. 20 Church 
Cotes William, bill poster, res. 28 Francis 



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Cotter Thomas B., res. 706 Main 
(Jotting nenry P., harness cleaner, res. 95 
Grant 
Mary E., teacher, res. t>5 Grant 
see Cutting 
Cotton varies E., W. W. Co., res. 127 Cres- 
cent 
John, v, . W. Co., res. 127 Crescent 
Josephine, W. W. Co., res. 127 Crescent 
Couglilan William, stone mason, res. 6 

Williams 
Coughlin Imogent J. Mrs., clerk, 135 Moody, 
res. 94 Taylor 
R. J., agent, res. 312 Newton 
Coulter Ernest W., W. W. Co., res. 139 Rob- 
bins 
William, switchman (B.), res. 139 Robbins 
Court House, Lexington, near Main 
Cousens Hattie H., W. W. Co., res. 21 Floyd 
Ivory L., res. 14 Orange 
Nicholas W., physician, 17 Crescent, res. 
do. 
Coutu Eddy, weaver, res. 7 Jackson pi. 
Covine John A., jeweler, res. 144 Brown 
Susan W., widow of John, res. 94 Brown 
Wilder G, agent (21 West, B.), res. 94 
Brown 
Cowan Dane, W. W. Co., res. 5 Derby 

Gertrude, widow of John, res. 51 Alder 
Cowles George W., Am. W. W. Co., res. 

3iy 2 Adams 
Cox John J., Am. W. W. Co., res. 18 Water 
John J., teamster, res. Hall pi. 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. IS Water 
Patrick, died July 1, 1005 
Peter, plumber, res. 119 Pine 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 18 Water 
Thomas, proprietor Prospect House, 881 

Main, res. do. 
William, teamster, res. Hall pi. 
Coy Delia, W. W. Co., res. 25 Central 
George F., foreman machine shop, B. 

Mfg. Co., res. 207 Chestnut 
John, laborer, res. 64 Calvary 
John, res. 25 Central 
Martin, laborer, res. 25 Central 
Thomas, B. Mfg. Co., res. 38 Cedar 
Thomas, fireman, res. 41 Harvard 
William, machinist, res. 25 Central 
Coye Georgianna E., widow of Amasa, res. 
527 Main 
Margaret, clerk, E. H. W. Co., res. 41 
Harvard 
• Mary G., clerk, E. H. W. Co., res. 41 Har- 
vard 
Nellie J., E. H. W. Co., res. 41 Harvard 
Coyle Andrew, at W. B. & D. W. Co., res. 
69 Grove 
Thomas J., laborer, res. 11 Common 
Crabtree Sarah, teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Crafts Charles P., machinist, res. 213 Moody 



Crafts Charlotte A., res. 69 Grant 

Emily C, res. 69 Grant 

Hattie L., stenographer, res. 213 Moody 

Jennie G., W. W. Co., res. Vs2 Lowell 

L. Ada Mrs., uied March 28, 1905 

Myra A., Christian Scientist, res. 213 
Moody 

Sarah A. Mrs., res. 213 Moody 

William 1)., furniture and piano mover, 
Charles, res. 39 Fiske 

William K., W. W. Co., res. 86 dishing 
Craig Charles A., watchman, r. 2 Myrtle ter. 

Frank J., machinist, res. 2 Myrtle ter. 

Annie, W. W. Co., res. 21 Robbins 
Cram Alfred E., bookkeeper, res. 427 Moody 

Emma C, res. 427 Moody 

Mary M., dressmaker, 427 Moody, res. do. 

Stephen B., died June 12, 1903 
Cranch Charlotte D., widow of John, res. 

Worcester lane 
Crandall Clarence H., W. W. Co., res. 241 
Newton 

Ernest L., W. W. Co., res. 241 Newton 

Elizabeth Mrs., res. 241 Newton 
Crandon George, res. 170 Lexington 
Crane John W., res. Pond 

Nellie C, widow of John H„ res. Felton 

Thomas, Jr., res. Felton 
Craven James E., B. Mfg. Co., res. 4j.6 River 
Crawford Adeline, widow of George, res. 31 
Dartmouth 

^nnie, W. W. Co., res. 255 Crescent 

Annie, W. W. Co., res. 10 Woerd av. 

William, machinist, res. 194 Brown 
Creais John, machinist, res. 40 Alder 
Creach William, res. 49 Ash 
Creed Francis H., W. W T . Co., res. 345 Moody 
Crehan John W., moulder, res. Castle 
Crescent Laundry Co., j.5 Crescent 
Cressey Abbie A. Mrs., res. 10 Woerd av. 

Charles T., res. 33 Alder 

Mabel L., W. W. Co., res. 10 Woerd av. 
Cresswell John F., E. H. W. Co., res. 38 

Brown 
Criminous Daniel B. Mrs., res. 22 Middle 
Croasdale William P., E. H. W. Co., res. 13 

Wellington 
Crocker George R., painter, res. rear 84 
Harvard 

Guilford (Lawless & Crocker), blacksmith, 
rear 699 Main, res. Auburn ter. 
CrockAvell George, B. Mfg. Co., res. 85 Cen- 
tral 
Croft Maud, W. TV. Co., res. 103 Crescent 
Croley Agnes, W. W. Co., res. 59 Myrtle 

Maria Mrs., res. 59 Myrtle 
Cronin Frank, driver, res.- 115 Harvard 

Hannah F., clerk, res. 18 Stearns 

Jeremiah, res. 18 Stearns 

Jeremiah P., prop. Hub Dept. Store, 95 
and 97 Moody, res. 18 Stearns 



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Cronin Joseph, helper, res. 115 Harvard 
Lizzie, res. 18 Stearns 

Michael, calker, V\ . W. W., res. 115 Har- 
vard 
Michael C, moulder, res. 18 Newton 

Cropley Samuel C, driver engine 2, Lexing- 
ton, res. do. 

Crosby Alice G. and Helen E., res. 70 Cherry 
Amelia C, died Feb. 24, 1904 
Ariel Mrs., res. Guinan, coi*. Hammond 
Charles G, died May 9, 1903 
Edward H., res. 9 Lowell 
George, res. 92 Robbins 

CROSBY HARNESS CO., Jacob J. S. Peter- 
son, pres., harnesses, trunks, etc., 176 
Moody (see page 31) 
Henry S., res. 03 Cherry 
Jacob H, carpenter, res. 63 Cnerry 
J. Howard, W. W . Co., res. 70 Cherry 
John O., motorman, res. 27 Hammond 
Norman R., W. W. Co., res. 63 Cherry 
Sarah B., widow of Charles W., res. 11 

Central 
Walter, machinist, res. 359 Moody 

Cross Albert A., painter, 192 Charles, res. do. 
Frank, machinist, res. 30 McKenn 
Frank G, W. W. Co.. res. 346 Crescent 
George C, W. W. Co., res. 346 Crescent 
Harry, clerk, 132 Moody, res. <±4 Myrtle 

Crouse William, driver, 11 Moody, res. 88 
Russell 

Crowe Frederick S., W. W. Co., res. 77 Alder 
George, J. l,. T. Mfg. Co., res. 77 Alder 
Grace M., stenographer, res. 82 Alder 
James W., carpenter, res. 10 Park pi. 
Lawrence, coachman, Weston, res. 77 Oak 
Patrick, res. 77 Oak 
Robert, W. Mfg. Co., res. 10 Woerd av. 
Simon, carpenter, res. 7 Elm pi. 

Crowell Archie, instructor, M. S. F. M., res. 
do. 

Crowley Clyde V., clerk, res. 182 School 
Frank M., W. W. Co., res. 12 Hammond 
John F., W. W. Co., res. 157 Crescent 
Thomas M., baker, res. 12 ttammond 

Cruess John E., W. W. Co., res. 84 Robbins 

Cubishley Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 72 Orange 

Culkeen Michael, died Nov. 15, 1903 
Michael, farmer, res. 54 Guinan 

Cullen Annie M., widow of Thomas W., i*es. 
16 Gardner 
Frank, ins. agent, res. 18 Gorham 
James F., res. 9 Noonan 
John J., ins. agent, res. 30 disking 
Thomas, section hand, res. 12 McKenn 
Thomas W. Co. (A. M. Cullen & T. P. 
Stone), plumbing, stoves, etc., 41 Moody 

Cummings Albert A., B. & M. R. R., res. 2 
Francis 
Benjamin, boots and shoes, 104 Moody, 
res. 122 Lowell 



Cummings Charles H, baker, r. 13 Walnut 
James, laborer, res. 55 Alder 
John S., W. W. Co., res. 160 Brown 
Martin C, coachman, res. 91 Willow 
Winfred H.. baker, 13 Walnut, res. do. 
Cummiskey Patrick, clerk, res. 10 Bolton 
Cunniff Catherine E., widow of Patrick, res. 
7 Munroe av. 
Margaret F., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 7 

Munroe av. 
John. res. 7 Munroe 
Peter P., died Aug. 4, 1904 
Thomas J., photographer, Lawrence blk., 
res. 7 Munroe av. 
Cunningham Annie, milliner (B.), res. 103 
Felton 
Annie, res. 32 Harvard 
Annie, at B. Mfg. Co., res. 8 Lawtbn pi. 
Catherine L., widow of John, res. 103 Fel- 
ton 
Emma E.. dressmaker. Winter, cor. Wy- 

man, res. do. 
Frank, buckle maker, res. 255 Charles 
Georgie M., dressmaker. Winter, cor. Wy- 

man, res. do. 
Herbert. W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Hurlbert R., farmer, Winter, cor. Wyman 
Inez, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
James, res. 32 Harvard 
Katherine, W. W. Co., res. 174 Adams 
Katherine J., stenographer, res. 103 Felton 
Laline, B. Mfg. Co., res. 8 Lawton pi. 
Margaret, res. 32 Harvard 
Matthias F., gen. ingr. Superior Corundum 

V\ 'heel Co., res. 103 Felton 
Peter J., machinist, res. 44 Curtis 
Rose E.. music teacher, res. Winter, cor. 

Wyman 
William A., mgr. Armour & Co., 14 and 
16 Felton, res. 70 Church 
Cunnare Francis H., bookkeeper, res. School 

lane 
CurleyKatherine, student. 98 Lyman 
Peter, B. Mfg. Co.. res. 380 River 
Thomas, inventor, res. 98 Lyman 
Curran Aldee, painter, res. 110 Central 
Cynthia L. Mrs., res. 11 Walnut 
Eva, W. W. Co., res. 190% Adams 
Fred, res. 2 Auburn ter. 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 190% Adams 
Ida M., B. Mfg Co., res. 110 Central 
James, carpenter, res. 110 Central 
May, W. W. Co., res. 2 Auburn ter. 
William, carpenter, res. 2 Auburn ter. 
see Currin 
Currier Arthur M., gilder, res. Prospect 
House 
John E., W. W. Co., res. 165 Chestnut 
Currin Richard, police, res. 19 Murray 

Thomas T., buckle maker, res. 138 Cres- 
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Curry Alice, W. W. Co., res. 39 Clinton 
Ella F., student, res. 39 Clinton 
Frank, student, res. 39 Clinton 
Gertrude, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 64 Charles 
Irwin, printer, res. 64 Charles 
John, city laborer, res. 39 Clinton 
John E., W. W. Co., res. 165 Chestnut 
Leslie, driver, res. 64 Charles 
Lizzie, stenographer (B.), res. 39 Clinton 
Margaret, tel. operator, res. 39 Clinton 
Thomas, bricklayer, res. 39 Clinton 
CURTIN ANTHONY A. (Waltham Foundry 
Co.), 71 Felton, res. 1 Pearl (see page 4) 
John J., student, res. 1 Pearl 
Michael F., laborer, res. rear 18 Calvary 
Thomas F., teamster, Waltham Coal Co., 
res. Massasoit ct. 

Thomas I., Waltham Foundry Co., res. 1 
Pearl 
Curtis Alvin, machinist, res. 874 Main 
Benjamin F., res. 27 Derby 
Blanche E., teacher, res. 27 Derby 
Charles E., bookkeeper, res. 27 Derby 
Susan E., widow of Woodbury, res. The 
Standish. Hall 
Cushing Benjamin F., died Sept. 3, 1904 
Charles W. (L. W. dishing & Son), rear 29 

Moody, res. 520 Main 
Leonard W. (L. W. Cushing »fc Son), rear 

29 Moody, res. 520 Main 
L. W. & Son (Leonard W. and Charles W. 
Cushingj, weather vane mfrs., rear 29 
Moody 
Cushman Ernest W., W. W. Co., res. 106 
Chestnut 
George H., res. 29 Newton 
Mildred, bookkeeper, res. 29 Newton 
William H., res. 119 Chestnut 
Cusick Bridget, widow of Cornelius, res. 142 

Newton 
Cusolito Joseph, clerk, 195 Newton, r. 181 do 
Cutler Edward E., milkman, Trapelo road, 
res. do. 
Edward R., removed to Hyannis 
George W., removed to Hyannis 
Walter C, clerk, 347 Moody, res. 195 
Adams 
Cutter Albert D., salesman, res. 66 Prospect 
Harlan W., bookkeeper, 71 Felton, res. 66 
Prospect 
Cutting Alice A., teacher (B.), res. 1241 Main 
Benjamin L., wheelwright, Forest 
Chester J., student, res. 1241 Main 
Florence G., teacher, Newhall school, res. 

1241 Main 
Joseph, milkman, 1241 Main, res. do. 
Laura A., widow of Benjamin L., res. 7 

Gibbs ct. 
Marshall, clerk (B.), res. 188" Ash 
Mary E.,. teacher, res. 1241 Main 
Cyr Albert, W. W. Co., res. 116 Alder 



DABOLL JOHN, private secretary (291 At- 
lantic av., B.). res. Clark lane 
Dacey James, laborer, res. 116 Felton 
John F., driver, res. 110 Felton 
Owen, B. Mfg. Co., res. 116 Felton 
Daggett Emma E., res. 171 Bobbins 
Harry F., blacksmith, res. 171 Robbins 
Lena Mrs., clerk, 109 Moody, res. 171 Rob- 
bins 
Dahl Cal E., B. Mfg. Co., res. 35 Alder 
DAILY FREE PRESS TRIBUNE, 126 

Moody (see page 8) 
Dale Blanche A., W. W. Co., res. 27 Ash 
Hosea R., carpenter,. res. 27 Ash 
William, lather, res. 22 Prospect Hill av. 
Daley -Anthony J., res. 40 Fiske 

Charles H., plumber, res. 45 Charles 
Edward F., hostler, Wellington Stable, res. 

126 School 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 410 River 
Elizabeth, B. Mfg. Co., res. 410 River 
George, weaver, res. 410 River 
John A., res. 85 Felton 
John A. Rev., asst. pastor, St. Mary's 

Catholic church, res. 133 School 
John L., foundryman, res. 126 School 
Julia, housekeeper, 85 Felton, res, do. 
Martha J., res. 92 Taylor 
Michael, laborer, res. 92 Calvary 
Susan, widow of Patrick, res. 410 River 
William J., elec. light trimmer, res. 47 
Williams 
Dalton Joseph P., conductor, res. 53 Colum- 
bus av. 
Morris, res. 23 Willow 
Daly Annie G., seamstress, res. 119 Grove 
Harlow, clrek, E. H. W. Co., res. at Mil- 
ton 
Francis J., clerk, res. 119 Grove 
Joseph J., Waltham B. & D. Works, res. 

12 Lexington 
Nora G., seamstress, res. 119 Grove 
Katherine, E. H. W. Co., res. 119 Grove 
Patrick, laborer, res. 119 Grove 
Thomas J., bartender, res. 119 Grove 
William F., res. 119 Grove 
Dalzell George, removed to Watertown 
J. W. Mrs., res. 478 Main 
- Damm Peter F., musician, res. W. Dale 
Dames Clara, W. W. Co., res. 301 Crescent 

Louise, W. W. Co., res. 301 Crescent 
Damon Lucy A., widow of David, res. 57 

Pine 
Damrell Augusta, head matron, M. S. F. M., 

res. do. 
Danforth George, nurse, res. 56 Myrtle 
Dangelmeyer Theodore, Jr., drug clerk, res. 

5 Sumner av. 
Daniell Chester M., N. E. Telephone Co. (B.), 

res. 1079 Main 
Daniels Charles H., res. 4 Daniels pi. 



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Daniels Charles M., janitor, r. 149 Adams 
Darcy Hattie E., teacher So. Grammar 
School, res. 14 Cushing 
Ernest M., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Fred L., E. H. W. Co., res. 25 Maple 
Jonathan, D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. 49 Stearns 
Lawrence L., machinist, res. 13 John 
Philander E., W. W. Co., res. 81 High 
Darling Charles E., machinist, r. 5 Pratt ay. 
Elcena M., widow of Aaron K., died Nov. 

25, 1903 
Elijah S., died Jan. 24, 1905 
Darling William W., letter carrier, P. O., 

res. Prospect House 
Dart Albert A., E. H. W. Co., res. 12 Pros- 
pect 
Albert G., res. 12 Prospect 
Ernest E., E. H. W. Co., res. 12 Prospect 
Darwick, see Davock 
Dascombe Otho Lee, resident physician, 

Walthara Hospital, res. do. 
DAUM JOSEPH (Waltham Haberdashers), 
659 Main, res. 23 Barton (see front 
coyer) 
Dauncey Frederick A., driver, chemical en- 
gine No. 1, res. 7 Mt. Pleasant 
David Burt, bookkeeper, res. 46 Washing- 
ton av. 
Davidson Alice, E. W. W. Co., res. 98 Chest- 
nut 
Asa Mrs., res. 30 Wadsworth av. 
Ethel. W. W .Co., res. 190% Adams 
Margaret, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 98 Alder 
Davies Bessie, W. W. Co., res. 185 Robbins 
Christie Mrs., 185 Robbins 
Florence A., W. W. Co., res. 185 Robbins 
Lydia, W. W. Co., res. 185 Robbins 
Davis A. L. Mrs., res. 118 School 
Bessie, W. W. Co., res. 185 Robbins 
Charles E., sign painter, res. 204 Moody 
Charles T., engineer, S. F. E., No. 1 
Edward L., watchmaker (B.), res. 24 

Riverview av., C. P. 
Elijah, milkman, res. Lexington, near 

Trapelo road 
Etta, W. W. Co., res. 33 Robbins 
Euginia A. Mrs., seamstress, res. 12 Rob- 
bins 
Frank B., W. W. Co., res. 239 Ash 
Frank H., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 48 

Walnut 
Frederick J., constructing engineer, D. 
& F. Mnl'g. Co., Foundry av., res. at 
Boston 
Frederick J. Mrs., res. 4 Adams 
George A., art dept. (Globe office, B.), res. 

131 High 
George C, painter, res. 20% Lexington 
Georgia L.. bookkeeper, 56 Felton, res. 63 
Francis 



Davis Guy, O'H. D. Co., res. 58 Robbins 
Harold G, draughtsman, res. 24 River- 
view av., C. P. 
Hattie M., res. 239 Ash 
Helen E., res. 24 Riverview av., C. P. 
Henry R., res. 342 Moody 
Herbert L., W. W. Co., res. 68 Russell 
Howard G., draughtsman (B.), res. 48 

Washington av. 
John F., W. W. Co., res. 48 Washing- 
ton av. 
John W., W. W. Co., res. 19 Ash 
Julia A., widow of Robert L., res. 3 

Moody, room 27 
Lizzie Mrs., res. 58 Robbins 
Louis F., driver, res. 145 Dale 
Luther, engineer, Fitchburg Div. B. & 

M. R. R., res. Elm Hotel 
Mary C. Mrs., matron, W. N. Co. school 

(girls), res. do. 
Mary J. Mrs., res. 81 Ash 
Millard L., brakeman F. R. R., res. 15 

Bedford 
Moses C, W. W. Co., res. 35 Beech 
Oscar F., res. Grant, cor. Charles 
Percy F., W. W. Co., res. 76 Alder 
Ralph, res. 204 Moody 
Robert W., clerk (B.), res. 239 Ash 
Walter F., E. H. W. Co., res. 63 Francis 
Will. F. P.. res. 75 Alder 
DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO., iron 
founders, Foundry av., John R. Far- 
num, pres., F. H. Brown, treas., office, 
Foundry av. (see page 6) 
Davock John T., plumber, res. 205 River 
Peter J., laborer, res. 184 River 
Thomas, plumber, res. 205 River 
Dawcett Philip, clerk, res. 44 Gordon 
Dawes Fred, W. W. Co., res. 385 Moody 
DAWSON GEORGE, carpenter and builder, 
Music Hall av.. res. 27 Willow (see p. 16) 
Gertrude, bookkeeper, res. 27 Willow 
Day Emma A., res. 6 Taylor 

Frank. W. W. Co.. res. 48 Wadsworth av. 

G. E. Miss, res. 14 RobDins 

Henry B., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 101 - 

Crescent 
James A., physician, 17 Spruce, res. do. 
Martha M., W. W. Co., res. 38 Washing- 
ton av. 
Deaks James L., shoemaker, 9 Moody, res. 

at Newton 
Deady Edward F., salesman, res. 175 Brown 
Dean, died August 1, 1903 

Robert, carpenter, res. 8 Gibbs ct. 
DeBarthe Emerson B., E. H. W. Co., res. 

197 Charles 
De Borba Virginia, res. 35 Chestnut av. 
Dechman Robert A., blacksmith. 7 Water, 
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Decker. William l-\, machinist, res. 29 
Taylor 
Kie, meat cutter, res. Waverley Oaks rd. 
Deckert Richard I-'., steamntter, res. Dwigkt 
DeCosta Felix, gardener, res. 82 Central 

Stella, clerk, res. 82 Central 

DEDHAM MUX. FIRE INS. CO. of Ded- 

ham, Mass., William H. Johnson, agent, 

661 Main and 211 Moody (see pages 

11-17) 

Deehan Thomas E., salesman (B.i. res. 94 

Central 
Deering Catherine M., res. 35 Howard 
Charlotte A., clerk, supt. sts. office, Pond, 

res. 35 Howard 
Franklin, res. 35 Howard 
Willis C, salesman (B.i, res. 35 Howard 
Deevy Patrick J., blacksmith, 27 Common, 

res. 92 Bacon 
Degnan Jane Mrs., res. 43 Alder 
Delaney Elizabeth C, res. SO Charles 
James B., W. W. Co., res. 112 Myrtle 
James B., stone mason, res. 79 Francis 
Joseph A., laborer, res. rear 16 Calvary 
John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 107 Harvard 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 7 Walnut 
Michael J., removed to Sudbury 
Delano Annie F. Mrs., stenographer. 1041 
Main, res. 8 Orange 
Harvey. J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 28 Orange 
Raymond H.. W. W. Co., res. 28 Orange 
DELAWARE INSURANCE CO. of PHILA- 
DELPHIA. PA., E. A. Walker, agent, 
637 Main, room 12 (see page lOj 
Delehanty Mary. res. 60 Calvary 

Mary Mrs., groceries, 60 Calvary, res. do. 
Patrick J., died Jan. 20, 1903 
DeLorey David, res. 112 Charles 

Joseph, meat cutter, res. 112 Charles 
Margaret R., E. H. W. Co., res. 19 Felton 
DeMarko Joseph, laborer, res. 29 Spring 

Louis, laborer, res. 29 Spring 
DeMarque Charles, W. W. Co., res. 195 

Brown 
Demeo Pasquale, bootblack, res. 158 School 

Samuel, laborer, res. 158 School 
Demers Julien, carpenter, res. 372 River 
Demelle Manuel, ice man, res. 83 Ash 
Dempsey Catherine, clerk, res. 136 Felton 
Kate. res. 35 Gorham 
John P.. clerk. 875 Main, res. 3 Gorham 
Margaret, res. 35 Gorham 
Patrick, died Feb. 27, 1904 
DeXapoli Frank, fruit, 871 Main, res. 232 

Moody 
Denault Lewis O., polisher, res. 12 Calvary 
DEXXEX HOLLIS E., real estate and in- 
surance, 179 Moody, res. 17 Wadsworth 
av. (see page 11 1 
Ralph W.. student, res. 17 Wadsworth av. 



Dennett Carrie J., clerk. 696 Main. res. 3 

Moody, room 26 
Dennis Bes«ie. W. W. Co.. res. 74 Bobbins 

James. W. F. Co.. res. 3 Benefit 
DEXXISOX LYMAN O.. tailor. 604 Main 
and (87 Summer. B.i, res. 28 Howard 
(see page 25 1 
Denniston Daniel C. res. 8 Grant 

Susan M. Mrs., res. Hollaee 
Dent Carl, postal clerk, F. R. R., res. 14 

Lawrence 
Derby Alice Mrs., W. W. Co.. res. 107 Adams 

Herbert E.. W. W. Co.. res. 212 Adams 
Derbyshire Arthur L.. W. W. Co.. res. 99 
Lowell 
Eliza G.. widow of George, res. 99 Lowell 
Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, res. 25 

Townsend 
Frederick W.. asst. gen. mgr.. Am. Watch 

Tool Co., res. 23 Linden 
George H., machinist, res. 25 Townsend 
Jessie ML, res. 99 Lowell 
Dermody Cecelia V.. res. 58 Columbus av. 
James, sewing machine agent, res. 58 Co- 
lumbus av. 
Mary A., seamstress, res. 58 Columbus av. 
William J., steam fitter, res. 58 Colum- 
bus av. 
Dermort Robert H.. farmer, res. Lincoln 
DeRosiers John J., painter, res. 1114 Main 
Derward George, clerk. 707 Main. res. 270 

Moody 
Desault Arthur, machinist, res. 23 Ash 

Edward, res. 23 Ash 
Descoteaux Alma. res. 118 Central 
Bella. W. W. Co., res. 118 Central 
Joseph, tailor, res. 118 Central 
Rose C. tailoress. res. 118 Central 
Desmond Cornelius, laborer, res. 175 Charles 
Cornelius, laborer, res. 162 Charles 
Ellen, widow of Timothy, res. 23 Common 
John J., lawyer, res. 162 Charles 
Walter J., lawyer. Lawrence Bldg. and 

(6 Beacon, rm. 1020 B.i, r. 23 Common 
William S.. res. South, near Weston line 
Devane Dennis, laborer, res. 12 Fountain 
John W.. teamster, res. 12 Fountain 
Mark, mason, res. 12 Fountain 
Patrick, W. B. & D. Works, res. 12 Foun- 
tain 
Thomas J., carpenter, res. 1 Brown av. 
Devaney Bridget A., nurse, res. IS Day 
Catherine Mrs.. W. W. Co.. res. IS Day 
Malachi, W. B. & D. W., res. IS Day 
Mary E., res. 18 Day 
Owen. B. Mnfg. Co.. res. IS Day 
Patrick, student, res. 18 Day 
see Diviney 
Devaul Luzette S., W. W. Co.. res. 156 
Robbins 



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DeYeber Beatrice, principal Waltham Train- 
ing School for Nurses, rear 716 Main 
Develey Annie, res. 40 Cedar 
, Ellen, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 49 Cedar 
Margaret, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 49 Cedar 
Michael P., res. 49 Cedar 
Patrick, res. 49 Cedar 
DeYenne Annie W., W. W. Co., res. 9 Ches- 
ter av. 
Edward W., W. W. Co.. res. 9 Chester av. 
J. Ernest, W. W. Co., res. 9 Chester av. 
J. Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 9 Chester av. 
Samuel, clerk, (B.i, res. 9 Chester av. 
Devlin Agnes M., Am. W. W. Co., res. 17 
Charles-st. av. 
Edward M., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 5 Cedar 
James A., carpenter, res. 17 Charles-st. av. 
John. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 74 Taylor 
John J., molder, res. Gl Calvary 
Michael J., laborer, res. rear 179 Willow 
Nora, W. W. Co., res. 92 Cedar 
Patrick, res. 5 Cedar 
Patrick H., gateman, res. 32 Calvary 
Patrick, res. 92 Cedar 
Sylvester D., bookkeeper (B.i, res. 17 
Charles-st. av. 
Dewar Daniel W., clerk, res. 346 Moody 

Elizabeth, W. W. Co., res. 130 Adams 
DeWolf Mary L. Mrs., res. 94 School 

Florence M., res. 94 School 
Dexter Benjamin, carpenter, res. Pine 
Clara L.. W. W. Co.. res. 31 Pine 
Edith, at Am. W. W. Co., res. Pine 
Dick J. C, painter, res. 28 Bobbins 
Dickerson. see Dickson, also Dixon 
Dickey Constance L. Miss. res. 93 Cherry 
Eva A. Miss, teacher, Plympton school, 

res. 70 Columbus av. 
George W., agent, res. 475 South 
Herman, clerk (B.i, res. 93 Cherry 
Orland H.. clerk, (B.i, res. 93 Cherry 
Walter Mrs., res. 93 Cherry 
Dickinson Fred, mason, res. Whitcomb 
Dicks John, driver, res. 39 Highland 
Joseph, carpenter, res. 11 Harvard av. 
Joseph, grocer, 261 Charles, res. do. 
Maud H., res. 261 Charles 
Reuben H., machinist, res. 432 Moody 
Dickson Howard W., W. W. Co., res. 115 
Robbins 
William, machinist, res. 23 Lnderwood 

park 
William H., W. W. Co., res. 115 Robbins 
Dieterich Ludwig M., engineer, W.Mfg. Co. 
Dightman Frank W., organ builder, 1041 

Main, res. 38 Hammond 
Dill Edwin I., asst. postmaster, res. 21 Pine 

George F., clerk, res. 4S8 Main 
Dillon Henry, D. & F. Mnfg. Co., res. 16 
Cedar 



Dillon Patrick, laborer, r. Guinan, nr. Bacon 

Thomas, foreman, res. Guinan 
Dimeall James, hostler, J. J. S. Peterson, 

res. Riverview pi. 
Dinsmore Arthur E., W. W. Co., res. 78 Ash 

Lewis, clerk, res. 77 Taylor 
Dion Edmour. clerk, res. 42 Newton 
Edward, machinist, res. 163 Moody 
Emilda J., removed to Canada 
Eva, telegraph operator, res. 101 Central 
Joseph, died Oct. 4, 1904 
Joseph Mrs., grocer, 101 Central, res. do. 
Joseph A., res. 101 Central 
Napoleon, res. 116 Charles 
Disken John F., foundryman, res. 158 
Willow 
Patrick, laborer, res. 158 Willow 
Diviney, see Devaney 
Dix Charles, died Feb. 16, 1904 
Dixon Chester W., watchmaker, res. 17 

Chestnut 
Dizer Bros. (Samuel K. Dizerl, grocers, 269 
Moody 
Katherine, W. W. Co.. res. 52 Chester av. 
Samuel K. (Dizer Bros.), grocer, 269 
Moody, res. 66 High 
Doan Cora. W. W. Co., res. 36 Washing- 
ton av. 
Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 36 Washington av. 
Nellie, dressmaker, res. 36 Washington av. 
Dobreff Jacob T., Peters & Co., 5 Moody, 

res. ~>8 Common 
Dobson William S.. died Jan. 27, 1904 
Dodge Abbie, nurse, res. 20 Woerd av. 
Bessie. W. W. Co.. res. 202 Robbins 
Cary O.. carpenter, res. 4 Bright 
George F., removed to Brockton 
Hattie, student, res. Woerd a v. 
M. Mrs. dressmaker, 301 Moody, res. do. 
M. I. Mrs., dressmaker, 621 Main, room I, 

res. do. 
Robert E., plumber. 25 Main, res. 301 

Moody 
William H., W. W. Co.. res. Prospect Hill 
av. 
Doe A. Gertrude, housekeeper, 44 Hammond 
Caroline-Seaver, asst. to supt. of schools, 

res. Clark lane 
Ellen M., widow of John M., res. 42 

Wadsworth av. 
Ernest I., clerk, res. 139 Robbins 
Eugene M., watch engraver, res. 42 Wads- 
worth av. 
Ralph A., dial painter, res. Clark lane 
Samuel W., carpenter (B.), res. 59 Ham- 
mond 
William W., res. 44 Hammond 
Doherty Freeman G., res. 94 Alder 
Henry T.. removed to West Newton 
John, molder, res. Foundry av. 



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Dolierty Kate, housekeeper, res. 56 Oak 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 56 Oak 
William F. & Co., baker, 32 Oak, res. 56 

do. 
see Dougherty 
Doiron Susau J., dressmaker, 32 Lexington 
Dolau Ann, widow of Peter, res. 122 Taylor 
Annie, res. 590 Main 
Annie, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 88 Pond 
Bridget, widow of John, res. 590 Main 
Delia, W. W. Co., res. 88 Pond 
John J., bartender (B.), res. 88 Pond 
John T., electrician (B.), res. 3 Hall pi. 
John W., U. S. Immigration Bureau (77 

Long Wharf, B.), res. 590 Main 
Maria, res. 590 Main 
Mary, res. 88 Pond 
Mary, housekeeper, res. 142 Calvary 
Michael, foundryman, res. 158 Willow 
Sarah, widow of Michael, res. 122 Taylor 
Thomas A., bookkeeper, res. 590 Main 
Winifred T., clerk, 11 Moody, res. 88 Pond 
Dolber Fremont, removed to Greenfield 
George E., collector, constable and ins. 
agent, 692 Main, res. 23 Washington av. 
Harry S., W. W. Co., res. 20 Norumbega 
terrace 
Doliver Charles H., res. 326 Moody 
DOLLIVER THEODORE H., prop. Mc- 
Donald's express, furniture and piano 
mover, 11 Moody, res. 88 Russell (see 
page 22) 
Dominique Gustaf A., organ builder, 1041 

Main, res. 56 Francis 
Donahue Bartley, gardener, res. 288 River 
Bridget A., widow of John J., res. 34 

Charles 
James J., molder, res. 8 Fountain 
John B. (Navy Yard), res. 15 Dartmouth 
Michael, laborer, res. 108 Harvard 
Michael, J., clerk, 677 Main, res. 71 Lex- 
ington 
Patrick, bookkeeper, res. 54 Bedford 
Dondero Louis (J. Rosatto & Co.), fruit, 625 

Main, res. 17 McKenn 
Done George, buffer, res. 19 Ash 
Donkin Lena M., W. W. Co., res. 180 Brown 

Ida M., stenographer, res. 194 BroAvn 
Donlan -Alice G., clerk, res. 19 Winthrop 
Allen S., E. H. W. Co., res. 90 Pond 
Andrew, res. 59 Bacon 
Andrew, Jr., E. H. W. Co., res. 59 Bacon 
Andrew F., B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 93 Pond 
John, clerk. 91 Moody, res. 90 Pond 
John, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 59 Bacon 
Katherine, bookkeeper (B.), res. 93 Pond 
Lawrence, res. 17 Winthrop 
Margaret W., dressmaker, res. 17 Win- 
throp 
Mary, res. 167 Felton 



Donlan Mary, E. H. W. Co., res. 59 Bacon 
Mary L., W. W. Co., res. 17 Winthrop 
Michael, laborer, res. 93 Pond 
Patrick, laborer, res. 90 Pond 
William A., teamster, Lincoln, near Smith 
William L., cigar maker, res. 90 Pond 
Winifred, W. W. Co., res. 93 Pond 
Donlon Bridget M., res. 28 Charles 
Maggie E., clerk, res. 28 Charles 
Thomas E., clerk, res. 2S Charles 
Donnell Ernest D., res. 239 Moody 
John A., W. W. Co., res. 239 Moody 
John J., teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Donnelly Alice, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 19 
Winthrop 
Edward J., W. Mnfg. Co., res. Central 

House 
Grace, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 155 River 
Hannah Mrs., res. 76 Lowell 
Hugh J., laborer, res. 155 River 
John J., W. B. & D. W. Co., res. 155 River 
Martin, coachman, res. Hillside 
Donovan Anna, weaver, res. 268 River 
Cornelius, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 48 Spring- 
Ella, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Frank, cigar maker, (B.), res. 107 Pond 
Jeremiah A., carriage trimmer, Harvard, 

cor. Charles, res. 114 Charles 
John J., paper maker, res. 268 River 
John J., Jr., paper maker, res. 268 River 
John L., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 21 Castle 
Nellie, clerk, res. 66 Calvary 
Timothy J., res. 21 Castle 
William, machinist, res. 10 Highland 
William F., W. B. <fe D. Wks., res. 220 

"Newton 
William J., barber, res. 5 Duddy av. 
Donville Annie, W. W. Co., res. 63 Maple 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 63 Maple 
Hattie, W. W. Co., res. 63 Maple 
Dooley Catherine, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 12 Lex- 
ington 
Katherine J., A. W. W. Co., res. 152 

Willow 
Mary Mrs., res. 152 Willow 
Doore Milledge, W. W. Co., res. 41 Washing- 
ton av. 
Doran Alfred; res. 13 Washington av. 
Alfred, Jr., jewel maker, res. 13 Washing- 
ton av. 
Genevieve, teacher, res. 13 Washington 

av. 
Susan F., teacher, res. 13 Washington av. 
DORCHESTER MITT. FIRE INS. Co., 
D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 Main 
(see page 26) 
Dore Charles H., res. 5 Cushing 

Elizabeth Mrs., restaurant, 7 Cushing, res. 

5 do. 
Guy E., card grinder, res. 5 Cushing 



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Dore Oscar H., ac Arn. W. W. Co., res. 81 

Gushing 
Dorion William J., conductor, res. 94 Felton 
Dorinan Clive I., shoe repairer, 4 Prospect, 

res. do. 
Dorr Fred H., W. W. Co., res. 64y 2 Cherry 
Dorrington John W., cabinet maker, res. 13 
Brown 
Rayford, res. 13 Brown 
Dorsey Julius, chauffeur, res. 245 Main 
Dorval Catherine N., W. W. Co., res. 85 
Francis 
George, res. 85 Francis 
Margaret J., W. W. Co., res. 85 Francis 
Mary O., W. W. Co., res. 85 Francis 
Doty George H., secretary, res. Forest, cor. 

Trapelo road 
Doucet Philip, clerk, res. 44 Gordon 

William, city laborer, res. 104 Harvard 
Dougherty Anna E., W. W. Co., res. 141 
Bobbins 
Charles B., machinist, res. 242 River 
Dennis W., res. 20 Plympton 
Gus, boiler maker, res. 242 River 
Harry, W. W. Co., res. 133 Robbins 
Hugh M., res. 119 Adams 
John R.. W. W. Co.. res. 141 Robbins 
John W.. clerk, res. 242 River 
Margaret, widow of Hugh, res. 141 Rob- 
bins 
Doughty Charles J., watchmaker, res. 70 

Chestnut 
Douglass George S., conductor, res. 934 
Main 
Clinton, W. W. Co., res. 301 Moody 
Jeanette, res. 107 Adams 
R. S., pres. J. L. Thomson Mnfg. Co., 
South, res. Auburndale 
Dovick Thomas, laborer, res. 205 River 
Dow Edmund M., clerk, res. 6 Harvard av. 
Fred E., bookkeeper, res. 6 Harvard av. 
Inez, W. W. Co., res. 314 Moody 
James E., carpenter, res. 9 Charles-st. av. 
James, plumbei", res. 9 Charles-st. av. 
Lenoir A., W. W. Co., res. 46 Washing- 
ton av. 
Letitia M. Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 314 

Moody 
Walter R., clerk, res. 934 Main 
William B., W. W. Co., res. 46 Washing- 
ton av. 
Dowd Edward F., physician, 32 Common, 
res. do. 
Mary, widow of Timothy J., res. Wall 
Patrick J., overseer, res. 51 Fiske 
Dowdell John, died August 14, 1904 

John S., clerk, 16 Lexington, res. 14 
Newton 
Dowling Emily A., res. Woodland av., op. 
Dale 



Downey Annie E., res. 150 School 

Michael, laborer, res. 156 School 
Downing Alice G., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 
64 Oak 
Mabel F., at Am. W. W. Co.. res. 64 Oak 
Laurie, carpenter, res. 12 Elm pi. 
Robert F., painter, (i4 Oak, res. do. 
Robert H., clerk, res. 64 Oak 
Teresa, res. 55 Pond 

William C, engineer, B. Mfg. Co., res. 31 
Linden 
Downs Augusta, widow, res. 174 Hammond 
Edith A., W. W. Co., res. 179 Robbins 
Grace M., W. W. Co., res. 179 Robbins 
George A., W. W. Co., res. 174 Hammond 
Jennie L., W. W. Co., res. 179 Robbins 
Walter H., E. H. W. Co., res. 328 Crescent 
William H., driver, W. W. Co., res. 76 
Gardner 
Doyen William A., W. W. Co., res. 76 Gard- 
ner 
Doyle Cornelius E„ plumber, res. 131 
Charles 
Edward, teamster, res. 221 Grove 
Frank H., physician, 738 Main, res. do. 
James, gardener, res. Warren, nr. Beaver 
George, res. 6 Robbins place 
John, laborer, res. Sun 
James M., laborer, res. 283 River 
John D.. electrician, res. 6 Robbins place 
John F., res. Warren, near Beaver 
John J., laborer, res. 44 Sun 
Joseph, blacksmith, 27 Common, res. 32 

Heard 
Margaret M. Miss, milliner, 99 Moody, res. 

165 Adams 
May. W. W. Co., res. 145 Ash 
Mary, widow of Thomas, res. 131 Charles 
Michael F., driver, res. 169 Oak 
Doyle Patrick, res. 143 Newton 
Stanley M., W. B. & D. Works, res. 123 

Charles 
Stephen T., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 426 River 
Thomas J., letter carrier, res. 131 Charles 
Dozios Albert R., butcher, res. 896 Main 
Drake Albert R.. teller. Waltham Trust Co., 
res. 860 Main 
Bradford W., prin. No. grammar school, 

res. 212 Bacon 
Bradford W., Jr., res. 212 Bacon 
Charles K. Rev., removed to Brookline 
Fred, W. W. Co., res. 452 Moody 
George B., res. 68 Chestnut 
Louisa Mrs., res. 212 Bacon 
Mary L., widow of Charles G, res. 194 

Adams 
M. Estelle, piano teacher, res. 194 Adams 
Sidney. W. W. Co., res. 310 Crescent 
Draper Eabert, supt. J. L. T. Mnfg. Co.. res. 
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Draper Fred E., bookkeeper, r. 82 Plyinpton 
H. Adelia, widow of Whiting S-, .res. 82 

Plyinpton 
Isabella, widow of Jes,se L., res. 876% 

Main 
Lois M., student, res. 876%A Main 
Neva M., res. 9.16 Main 
Dreelan Joseph A., fireman, 170 Willow 
Drew Edgar A., lumber dealer (B.j, res. 
37 Hammond 
Fred L., produce, res. 989 Main 
Drinkwater Mary, W. W. Co., res. 7 Brown 
Driscoll Catherine, widow of Mark, res. 
Lincoln 
Dennis, farmer, res. Lincoln 
Jeremiah, laborer, res. 59 Bedford 
James H., farmer, res. Lincoln 
John F., farmer, res. Lincoln 
Mark M., Jr., farmer, res. Lincoln 
Nellie, stenographer (B.), res. 13 Dart- 
mouth 
Drillio Isabella, res. 15 Church 
Drown Linus W., W. W. Co., res. 9 River- 
view av. 
Walter, W. W. Co., res. 161 Brown 
Drummey Maurice, clerk (B.), res. 141 South 

Patrick, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 141 South 
Drury Alfred K., clerk (B.), res. 59 Alder 
Frederick C, machinist, res. 26 Park 
George P., lawyer, res. W. H. Drury's, 

Linden 
Lillian, compositor, 197% Moody, res. 13 

Brown 
William C, student, res. W. H. Drury's 
William H., lawyer (209 Washington, room 
30, B.>, res. Linden, near R. R., Beaver 
Brook 
Drysdale John M., beamer, res. 163 School 
Duane Edward, W. W. Co., res. 114 Brown 

Michael J., O'H. D. W., res. 125 Felton 
DUANE PATRICK J., lawyer, 661 Main, 
rooms 5 and 6, res. 114 Brown (see page 
42) 
Dubois Arthur W.. clerk, 938 Main. res. 42 
Wellington 
Clarence A., salesman, res. 316 Moody 
William H„ grocer. 938 Main, res! 42 
Wellington 
Ducette Jessie, res. 188 Charles 
Duckworth Albert, W. W. Co., res. 104 

Adams 
Duddleston Emily P., widow of Hugh, res. 

80 Brown 
Duddy John, laborer, res. 25 Clinton 
Martin, laborer, res. 62 Guinan 
Martin J., weaver, res. 2 Duddy av. 
Michael, W. W. Co., res. Duddy av. 
Thomas, lather, res. 33 McKenn 
Dudley Charles F.. res. Main, near car barn 
Earle, clerk, 167 Moody, res. 1000 Main 



Dudley George A., W. W. Co., res. 48 Rum- 
ford av., C. P. 
Hattie F., W. W. Co., res. 7 Alder 
Duelle Lizzie M., res. 80 Taylor 
Duerden John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 14% 

Sharon 
Duffy Charles, machinist, res. 27 McKenn 
Edward, electrician, res. 10 Central 
George F., clerk, 35 Moody, res. Massasoit 
James, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 60 Cedar 
John, res. 27 McKenn 
John, motorman, res. 117 Hammond 
Joseph, W. B. & D. Works, res. 18 John 
Katherine, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 8 Lawton pi. 
Michael F., plumber, res. IIS Calvary 
Michael, laborer, res. 27 McKenn 
Michael F., conductor, res. Foundry av. 
Patrick, fireman, W. G. L. Co., res. 118 

Calvary 
Thomas, laborer, res. Foundry av. 
Thomas J., machinist, res. rear 81 Central 
Thomas P., plumber, res. 118 Calvary 
William J., E. H. W. Co., res. 14 Fisher 

av. 
William, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 118 Central 
Dufresne Frank W., stone cutter, res. Mas- 
sasoit 
Dugan Henry M., res. 17 Chester av. 
Joseph J., res. Lowell Grove 
Patrick, D. & F. Co., res. Foundry av. 
Dugau Vincent, carpenter, res. Lowell's 

Grove 
Dunbar Polly A., widow of Thomas, res. 136 

Summer 
Dunbrack Jessie, W. W. Co., res. 46 Chest- 

ter av. 
Duncan George, machinist, res. 151 Pine 

Henry C, W. W. Co.. res. 30 Chester av. 
Dunfee Emma, bonrding house. 25 Maple, 
Dunham Thomas F., W. W. Co., res. 24 

High 
Dunklee Ely S., res. 21 Bobbins 
Dunlavey George, hairdresser, 6 Crescent 
Dunleavy Sarah A., variety, 569 Main, res. 

580 do. 
Dunn Bridget, weaver, res. 163 Moody 
Mary A., widow of Ebenezer W., res. 26 

Robbins 

Percy H., motorman, res. r. 291 Crescent 

Romeo DeW., W. W. Co., res. 26 Robbins 

Dunnel Frank, W. W. Co., res. 334- Moody 

Dunning Frank B., res. 51 Morton 

Dunphy Bert L., driver, 1295 Main, res. do. 

Martha, W. W. Co., res. 83 Ash 
Dunsmore Mabel Mrs., res. 66 Taylor 
Dunston Daniel C, accountant, B. & M. R. 

R., res. 8 Grant 
Durant Bella. W. W. Co., res. 110 Charles 
Louis, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 110 Charles 
Mary G., W. W. Co., res. 110 Charles 



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Durfee Lionel (Rockwell & Durfee), fish, 

etc., 91 Moody, res. 160 Lowell 
Durgin Charles W., res. 211 Adams 
Mark, res. 211 Adams 
Maude C, res. 211 Adams 
Durkee Clarence W., manager, 347 Moody, 

res. Cranberry, cor. Myrtle 
Durkin John, mason, res. 2 Pond-st. a v. 

John, shoe repairer, 76 Adams, res. 80 do. 
Durward George E., clerk, 717 Main, res. 270 

Moody 
Duurs Theodore, W. W. Co., res. 395 Cres- 
cent 
Dusenbury Joseph D., W. W. Co., res. 119 

High 
Dustin Eliza A., died November 23, 1904 

Gertrude L., res. 76 Brown 
Dutch Guy W., butcher, res. 119 Chestnut 

John S., W. W. Co., res. 19 Crescent 
Dutton Frank, W. W. Co., res. 167 Adams 
Orian J., janitor, Waltham Theatre, res. 

17 Elm 
Sai*ah M. Mrs., res. 17 Elm 
Wallace S., clerk, 637 Main, room 9, res. 
201 Ash 
DWINELL CHARLES H., hardware, paints, 
etc., 707 Main, res. 15 Linden (see front 
cover) 
Dwyer Elizabeth A., res. 229 School 
James, molder. res. 40 Common 
James, D. & F. Co., res. 191 High 
Jane, died March 25, 1903 
John J., died April 1, 1905 
Margaret F., res. 229 School 
Patrick, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 7 Auburn ter. 
Patrick J., laborer, res. 229 School 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 7 Auburn ter. 
William, driver, i"es. 7 Auburn terrace 
Dyas William H., pastor Beth Eden church, 

15 Robbins 
Dyer Cornelius, blacksmith, res. 11 Mechanic 
Linda S., widow of Charles W., res. 18 

Pleasant 
Lizzie E., died Dec. 30, 1903 
Dyke Harriet W., widow of Charles J., res. 
1-iO High 

EAGAN MICHAEL J., melter, res. 99 South 
William, W. B. & D. Works, res. 203 Grove 
see Egan 
Eagle -Bernard, W. B. & D. Works, res. 310 
River 
Katherine L., res. 310 River 
Martin, dyer, W. B. & D. Works, res. 310 

River 
Martin J., laborer, res. 228 River 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 310 River 
Eames Miranda H., died April 15, 1904 
Earle Arthur B., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 143 
Charles 



Earle Eliza O., wid. of Fred, r. 143 Charles 
George, foreman, Blight's Old Grove, res. 

do. 
Hariet C, died May 30. 1905 
Ina C, Am. W. W. Co., res. 143 Charles 
Lilian M., res. 143 Charles 
Eastern Novitiate of Sisters of Notre Dame, 

Newton 
Eastman Arthur G., painter, 162 Moody, res. 

38 Cross 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 38 Cross 
Harriet, W. W. Co., res. 122 Adams 
Horace E., police, res. 21 Floyd 
Louise, W. W. Co., res. 122 Adams 
Stella, res. 38 Cross 
William G., carpenter, res. 38 Cross 
EATON ALBERT M., paper bags and 

twine, 233 Bacon and (839-845 Albany, 

B.), res. do. (see page 8) 
Alice M., res. 62 Taylor 
EATON BROS. (James G. and Henry G. 

Eaton I, props., "Waltham Evening 

News," 13 Felton (see opp. Colonial 

Theatre diagram) 
Carrie B., stenographer (B.), res. 59 High 
Catherine, widow of James, res. Massasoit 
Catherine C, widow of Thomas B., res. 7 

Mechanic 
Charles A., res. 62 Taylor 
Charles I., janitor, High school, res. 62 

Taylor 
Cyrus P., W. W. Co., res. Adams House 
Francis, H., foreman, W. W. Co., res. 62 

Lyman 
Fred R., res. 40 Appleton 
George J., W. W. Co., res. 254 Lowell 
Harold I., res. 62 Taylor 
Henry C, foreman, W. W. Co., res. 62 

Lyman 
Henry G. (Eaton Bros.), printer, 13 Fel- 
ton, res. 110 Prospect 
James G. (Eaton Bros.), 13 Felton, res. 7 

Mechanic 
John M., W. W. Co., res. 29 Robbins 
Lillie B., clerk, Assessor's office, City 

Hall, res. 59 High 
Lizzie Mrs., matron, Leland Home for 

Aged Women, 21 Newton, res. do. 
Margaret H., W. W. Co., res. Massasoit 
Myron W., W. W. -Co., res. 74 Cherry 
Thomas H., machinist, res. Massasoit 
Warren M., student, res. 40 Appleton 
. Willis D., W. W. Co., res. 59 High 
Willis L., head master, High school, res. 

22 Townsend 
Eaves Fred, W. W. Co., res. 81 Ash 
Ebelhare William H., at E. H. W. Co., res. 

58 Prospect 
Eccles George W., with D. F. Mnfg. Co., 

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107 



Echelbach Bertha, W. W. Co., res. 34 Adams 

Emma, W. W. Co.. res. 94 Adams 
Eddy C. F. Co., coal, 149 Moody 
Edgar John S., cabinet maker, res. Bowker, 

cor. Wilton, L. P. 
Edgecomb Ida Mrs., widow of Chandler E., 

res. 18 Chestnut 
Edmonds David D., W. W. Co., res. 23 Barton 
Emma, clerk, 97 Moody, res. at Auburn- 
dale 
Jennie L., stenographer, res. 23 Barton 
John, master mechanic, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. 2b Barton 
John J., machinist, res. 23 Barton 
Michael, res. Parker lane 
Patrick, starcher, res. Parker lane 
Steve, driver, res. Parker lane 
Susie K., station agent, Bleachery station, 

res. 23 Barton 
Stephen, driver, res. 20 Felton 
Edmunds Carrie, W. W. Co., res. 85 Taylor 
John H., W. B. & D. Works, res. 85 Taylor 
Mary, widow of Richard, res. 85 Taylor 
Richard, res. 85 Taylor 
Thomas H., baggage master Waltham sta. 
res. Parker lane 
Edwards Annie, res. 90 Bacon 

Gertrude E., W. W. Co., res. 90 Bacon 
Ida M., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
James G., calker, W. W. W., res. 90 Bacon 
James G.. Jr., B. Mfg. Co., res 90 Bacon 
John, B. Mfg. Co., res. 90 Bacon 
Edwardson David C. & Co., baker, 218 

Moody, res. 15 Riverview av. 
Efnor William, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 22 

Taylor 
Egan Elizabeth A., res. 135 Newton 
James B., W. W. Co., res. 59 Piske 
Jennie F., res. 59 Fiske 
John J., optician, 3 Moody, room 5, res. 3 

Dartmouth 
Paul, removed to Cambridge 
Rose C, W. W. Co., res. 59 Fiske 
Theresa J., W. W. Co., res. 59 Fiske 
see Eagan 

Eichler Robert F., grocer, 62 Bacon, res. 
64 do. 
Ekstead Gustaf, machinist, res. 42 Oak 
Ekwall John W., W. W. Co., res. 58 Cushing 
Ela Everett W., electrician, res. 8 Fuller 
Eldridge Fred H., fireman, F. R. R., res. 38 
Turner 
Grace N., W. W. Co., res. 18 Lawrence 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 7 Dexter 
Ida, W. W. Co., res. 134 Brown 
Frank A., inspector, W. W. Co., res. 81 

Russell 
Lilian C, student, res. 81 Russell 
Shirley H.. clerk (B.). res. 81 Russell 
Elgin Creamery Co., L. J. Lamson, mgr., 
37 Moody 



Elliott Frederick, worsted goods mfr., 214 
School, res. do. 

Joseph A., fireman, B. & M. R. R., res. 1 
Dartmouth 

William J., conductor, res. 15 Prospect 
Hill av. 
ELLIS BENJAMIN F. (Waltham Machine 
Works), Newton, cor. Cutter, res. 133 
High (see page 30) 

Blanche M. Miss, res. 1 Stratton ter. 

Christina Mrs., boarding house, 143 
Adams, res. do. 

Clara, teacher, Mass. S. M. F. M., res. do. 

Eva M., res. 133 High 

James R., res. 143 Adams 

Mabel C, milliner (B.), res. 143 Adams 

Manson, res. 1 Stratton ter. 

Mary, nurse, res. 77 Brown 

Martin, building mover, 19 Exchange 

Stephen K., res. City Home, South 
ELLIS & SANDERSON (Benjamin F. Ellis 
and Edmund L. Sanderson), proprietors 
Waltham Machine Works, Newton, cor. 
Cutter (see page 30) 
Ellison Frank C. (Nat. Ex. Bank, B.), res. 
Jos. S. Stearns', Linden 

James H., died June 19, 1903 

Sarah R., res. 33 Hams 
Ellsworth John F., teamster, r. 13 Plympton 

Robert M., driver, res. 17 Sun 
Elmeke Auna, W. W. Co., res. 63 Myrtle 

Marie, died Jan. 27, 1905 
Elmer Edward, laborer, res. 55 Myrtle 
Elmes Willard, W. W. Co., res. 145 Brown 
Elston Joseph, died April 13, 1903 
Eltz Harry, W. W. Co., res. 74 School 
Elwell Burton D., W. W. Co., res. 321 Moody 

Edward C, W. W. Co., res. 10 Orange 

Edwin L., buckle maker, res. 54 Turner 

Fred W., fireman, F. R. R., res. 54 Turner 

Harry W., res. 54 Turner 

Leonard, driver, res. 169 Dale 
Ely Augusta C, res. Hillside 

Mary G., res. Hillside 
Emerson Alice L., music teacher, 489 Main, 
res. do. 

Cyrus B., res. 63 Orange 

David, died Feb. 17, 1904 

Edgar A., res. 327 Moody 

Edward D., res. 36 River 

Ellen M. Miss, res. 146 Lexington 

Emma Mrs., res. 21 Newton 

Emma G., res. 38 Newton 

George, died Dec. 11, 1903 

Herbert P., res. 35 Charles 

James, fireman, res. 109 Cushing 

Joseph, res. 36 River 

Lewis, died Nov. 7. 1903 

Mary F. Mrs., res. 327 Moody 

Nellie M., widow of S. Jarvis, res. 35 
Charles 



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Emerson Maybelle F., nurse, r. 37 Banks 
Susan A. Mrs., at Old Ladies Home 
Warren A., res. 743 Main 
EMERSON WARREN F., carpetings, win- 
dow shades and upholstery goods, 15 
Elm, res. 55 Pond (see page 25) 
William, res. 34 High 
William B., machinist, res. 34 High 
Emery Henry H, carpenter, res. 12 Sharon 
Maud E., W. W. Co., res. 12 Sharon 
Phebe W., widow of George N., res. 808 

Main 
W. Newell, physician, 808 Main, res. do. 
Emmons Edith M., W. W. Co., res. 50 Wal- 
nut 
Frank R., machinist, res. 50 Walnut 
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY ASSURANCE 
CORP. of London, E. A. Walker, agent, 
637 Main (see page 10) 
Eugen John, W. W. Co., res. 60 Alder 
Engstrom John, machinist, W. W. Co., res. 
rear 291 Crescent 
Robert, machinist, res. 18 Clinton 
Ennis Dora, W. W. Co., res. 328 Crescent 
George W., W. W. Co., res. 328 Crescent 
Louise, W. W. Co., res. 345 Moody 
Pauline Mrs., res. 91 Francis 
William H., teamster, res. 165 Willow 
see Annis 
Erikson Alfred, fireman (B.), res. rear 21 
Calvary 
Charles, J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. rear 21 

Calvary 
Godfrey, B. Mfg. Co., res. rear 21 Calvary 
J. Adolph, machinist, W. W. Co., res. .395 

Moody 
Oscar, laborer, Farnum's, res. 291 Main 
Theodore, shoemaker, 11 Elm, res. 10 do. 
Entwistle Edward, ins. agent, res. 90 Cen- 
tral 
Erskine Edith, W. W. Co., res. 64 Maple 
Ernest Josephine, W. W. Co., res. 59 Robbins 
Erring Hattie.W. W. Co., res. "314 Newton 
Erwin William H, machinist, res. 13 Heard 
Estabrooks Ludlow, building mover, res. 39 
Russell 
I. Maud, clerk, res. 39 Russell 
Estes Zenas C, provisions, 653 Main, res. 
Elm Lodge, Weston 
William A., jeweler, res. 281 Newton 
Etienne Paul, res. 145 Adams 
Evans Albert, salesman (B.), res. 364 Cres- 
cent 
Alfred, W. W. Co., res. 906 Main 
Alfred F., finisher, W. W. Co., res. 65 

Brown 
Arthur W., W. W. Co., res. 364 Crescent 
Edward W., W. W. Co., res. 364 Crescent 
Fred L., W. W. Co.. res. 14 Robbins 
Fannie H, res. 46 Lawrence 
Gertrude C, res. 906 Main 



Evans J. Thompson, W. W. Co., res. 25 Rob- 
bins 
Mary Mrs., res. 345 Moody 
Sophronia G, wid. of Hosea, r. 14 Robbins 
Thomas, blacksmith and wheelwright, 7 
Water, res. 3 Charles 
Everett Arthur D., stone cutter, res. Waver- 
ley Oaks road 
Charles R., driver, res. Farnsmouth 
Eugene F., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 70 

Gardner 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 13 Wadsworth 

av. 
Harry, W. W. Co., res. 127 Crescent 
Helen M., widow of William H, res. 70 

Gardner 
Margaret A. Mrs., res. 13 Wadsworth av. 
Mary M. E., W. W. Co., res. 67 Hall 
Rose, widow of George H., res. 67 Hall 
W. Irving, W. W. Co., res. 118 Prospect 
Everson Nellie E., teacher, South grammar 

school, res. 21 Banks 
Ewell George F., mgr. Home Educator Co 7 

res. 325 Bacon 
Extadt Gustave, machinist, res. 42 Oak 

FADEN EVELYN C. MRS., res. 119 Adams 
M. Louise, widow of Harry F., res. 18 
Pleasant 
Fagan E., W. W. Co., res. 30 High 

James O., signal operator, F. R. R., res. 
Beaver, near C. B. station 
Fahey Alice J., compositor, res. 32 Bolton 
Catherine, wid. of Edward G., res. 38 Oak 
Catherine A., res. 38 Oak 
Edward, died Jan. 21, 1903 
Hannah J., res. Exchange-st. ct. 
James, W. W. Co., res. 21 Cranberry 
John, B. Mfg Co., res. 119 Charles 
John, driver, res. 94 Bacon 
John, laborer, res. 11 Exchange-st. ct. 
John, res. 268 School 
John J., grocer, 199 School, res. 71 South 
Julia, widow of Patrick, res. 32 Bolton 
Margaret E., B. Mfg. Co., res. 38 Oak 
Mary, widow of Lawrence, res.119 Charles 
Mary A., widow of Edward, res. 20% 

Lexington 
Mary G, res. Exchange-st. ct. 
Mary E., res. 20y 3 Lexington 
^ Thomas J., clerk, 157 Moody, res. 24 Gor- 
don 
William A., driver, res. 268 School 
William L., hairdresser, res. 17 Gorharn 
Fairbanks Emily W., widow of J. Parker, 
res. Aldeu Clark's, Lexington 
Henry A., res. 19 Crescent 
Fales Fred L., photographer, res. 131 Cres- 
cent 
Margaret, widow of Thomas F., res. 54 
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Falk Gertrude I., res. 48 Columbus a v. 

John A., watchmaker, W. W. Co., res. 48 
Columbus av. 
Fall Fred H., W. W. Co., res. 122 Lowell 
Fallon Delta, res. 41 Williams 

John, laborer, res. 41 Williams 

Katherine, B. Mfg. Co., res. 1 Jackson pi. 

Margaret, res. 41 Charles 

Mary Miss, res. 41 Charles 

Nellie Miss, res. 41 Charles 

Sarah, housekeeper, res. 41 Williams 

Thomas H., res. 41 Charles 

William J., driver (B.), res. 33 Cherry 
Farley Fred W., farmer and milkman, res. 
Lincoln 

William F., student, res. Lincoln 
Farmer Frank H., caterer and confectioner 

(B.), rear 22 Appleton 
FARMER JOSEPHINE E., caterer and con- 
fectioner, Farmer's American Ice Cream, 
101 Moody, res. 73 Crescent 

Mary T., widow of Williiam T., res. 340 
Lexington 
Farnswortk Clarence G., W. W. Co., res. 56 
Washington av. 

Francis H., traveling salesman, res. 253 
Bacon 

Frank W., res. 253 Bacon 

George O., clerk, 125 Moody, res. 22 Ap- 
pleton 

Henry A., boots and shoes, 125 Moody, res. 
22 Appleton 

Jesse E., res. 74 Orange 

Joseph W., W. W. Co., res. 56 Washing- 
ton av. 

Milton L., clerk, res. 11 Fuller 

Winthrop H., res. 253 Bacon 
Farnum Alice M., wid. of David, r. 130 High 

David W., died Nov. 16, 1903 

Edna Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 432 Moody 

George H., at Waltham Co-operative Bank, 
res. 305 School 

Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 103 Crescent 

Henrietta S., widow of Gardner D., res. 
305 School 
FARNUM JOHN R., pres. Davis & Farnum 
Mfg. Co., iron founder, Foundry av., res. 
Rose Hill, Main (see page 6) 

William G., W. W. Co., res. 395 Moody 

See Famham 
Farrar Andrew S., W. W. Co., res. 187 Ash 

Fannie, W. W. Co., res. 187 Ash 

Louise, W. W. Co., res. 187 Ash 
Farrell Annie F., widow of John, res. 74 
School 

Bridget, widow of David, res. rear 157 
School 

John, died Dec. 23, 1904 

Mary E., widow of Cyrus L., res. 46 Wash- 
ington av. 

Michael, laborer, res. 14 Ripley 



Farrell Patrick, D. & F. foundry, res. School 
av. 

Farren William H., res. 21 Sharon 

Farrington L. A., res. 3 Chamberlain 

Farwell Charlotte F., music teacher, 100 
Central, res. do. 
Frances P., widow of Jacob, res. 117 South 
William B., clerk (81 P. O. bldg., B.), res. 
145 Crescent 

Fawson Charles, W. W. Co., res. 86 Alder 
Charles J., clerk (B.), res. 46 Cushing 
Cynthia, O'H. W. D. Uo., res. 86 Alder 
Emma, res. 86 Alder 
George C, W. W. Co., res. 86 Alder 
Lillie B., clerk, res. 86 Alder 
, Samuel, W. W. Co., res. 168 Adams 

Fay Catherine M., widow of Edward G., res, 
38 Oak 
Catherine Z., at A. W. W. Co., res. 38 Oak 
Annie, dressmaker, res. 110 Cushing 
Edward, signal operator, F. R. R., Elm 

res. 59 Bedford 
Ellen, widow of Martin, res. 144 Charles 
Francis E., res. Greenwood av. 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 19 Curtis 
John, res. 23 Vernon 
Louise, teacher, Thomas Hill school, res. 

Greenwood av. 
Margaret E., at B. Mfg. Co., res. 38 Oak 
Martin, W. W. Co.. res. 84 Bobbins 
Mary E., res. Hillside end, Worcester lane 
Nora E., nurse, res. 21 Vernon 
Thomas P., gate tender, res. 1 Chestnut- 

st. pi. 
See also Fahey 

Feather Henry D., res. 239 Robbins 
Ida, china painter, res. 239 Robbins 
John, designer, res. 239 Robbins 
Lucy G., stenographer (B.), res. 239 Rob- 
bins 
Maurice, student, res. 239 Robbins 

Feeney Catherine, res. 36 Oak 

Fred J., machinist, res. 52 Cushing 
John J., fish dealer, res. end Massasoit ct. 
John F., rubber worker, res. 36 Oak 
Margaret, widow of Michael, res. end 

Massasoit ct. 
Martin, res. 31 Cross 
Mary, bookkeeper, res. 36 Oak 
Nora, weaver, res. 12 Lowell 
Patrick, laborer, res. 233 Calvary 

Felt Albert A., hairdresser, res. 203 Chestnut 
John P., W. W. Co., res. 115 Chestnut 

Felton Adeline J. Mrs., milliner. 139 Moody, 
res. do. 
Feltch Alonzo W., carpenter, res. 44 Pros- 
pect 
Fenney Annie Mrs. res. 32 Lexington 

Fenton Annie, Am. W.W. Co., r. 17 Chestnut 
Bessie M., W. W. Co., res. 321 Moody 
Frank M., conductor, res. 38 Prospect 



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Fenton Grace E., W. W. Co., r. 38 Prospect 
Lucy E., widow of James, res. 38 Prospect 
Robert, painter, res. 143 Adams 
Ferguson Creighton, physician, 57 Crescent, 
res. do. 
Daniel, farm hand, Fred W. Farley, Lin- 
coln 
Estella, nurse, res. 34 Banks 
Ferick Michael, laborer, res. 1G9 School 
Ferlott Lydia, W. W. Co., res. 19 Ash 
Fernald Alvin, W. W. Co., res. 20 Bobbins 
Arthur, W. W. Co., res. 20 Robbins 
Everett W., res. 82 Hammond 
Walter E., M. D., supt, M. S. F. M., res. 
do. 
Ferris George E., res. 19 Taylor 
Ferson Minnie, res. 98 Maple 
FIDELITY & CASUALTY CO., of New 
York, E. A. Waiker, agent, 637 Main, 
room 12 (see page 10) 
Fiel Anna, clerk, res. 166 Chestnut 
Fred A., clerk, res. 41 Cherry 
George A., salesman (B.), and kitchen fur- 
nishings, 203 Moody, res. 52 High 
George T., mgr., 203 Moody, res. 166 Chest- 
nut 
Field Alice, W. W. Co., res. 377 Moody 
George H., janitor, 128 Moody, res. 60 

Hall 
James S., foreman City Stables, Pond, res. 

852 Main 
Mary E. Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 110 Chest- 
nut 
Filson Fred A., W. W. W., res. 48 Adams 
Jennie M., W. W. Co., res. 162 Chestnut 
Robert, W. B. & D. Works, res. 162 Chest- 
nut 
William R., tinsmith, res. 29 Barton 
Finan Roderick J., W. F. Co., res. 41 Win- 

throp 
Findlay Ellen I., nurse, 722 Main, res. do. 
Finerty Bridget, widow of Michael, res. 14 
Williams 
Patrick, res. 224 River 
Michael F., hostler, res. 14 Williams 
Sarah E., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 14 Wil- 
liams 
Thomas G., hostler, res. 14 Williams 
Finn J. J., milliner, 182 Moody, res. do. 

Simon, res. 191 High 
Finnegan Ann, died Sept. 28, 1904 
Annie L., res. 47 Pine 
Catherine, res. 26 Middle 
Delia A., res. 15 Fountain 
Edward J., hairdresser, 11 Crescent, res. 

15 Fountain 
Ellen E., res. 99 Grove 
George F., res. 26 Middle 
Jolm, res. 13 Bolton 
John M., res. 15 Fountain 
Joseph F., foreman (B.), res. 24 Bolton 



Finnegan Joseph P., hairdresser and real es- 
tate, 11 Crescent, res. 17 Fountain 
Joseph P., Jr., blacksmith, res. 15 Foun- 
tain 
Julia J., res. 26 Middle 
Lillie, at E. H. W. Co., res. 205 School 
Mary E., W. L. Co., res. 41 Pine 
Thomas J., stenographer (B.), res. 26 
Middle 
Finney, see Phinney 

FIREMAN'S INSURANCE CO., of Newark, 
N. J., E. A. Walker, agent, 637 Main, 
room 12 (see page 10) 
Firenza Angelo, clerk, 232 Moody, res. 90 
Chestnut 
Thomas, fruit, 232 Moody, res. do. 
Fish Crowed, res. 34 Cushing 

Samuel, hardware, 631 Main, res. 2 Mt. 
Pleasant 
Fisher Albert H., music teacher, 22 Maple 
Albert W., W. W. Co., res. 55 Woerd av., 
Clarence H., W. W. Co., res. 69 Cherry 
Edward F., driver, track 1, Central fire 

station, res. 177 Summer 
Edward I., res. 17 Whitney av. 
Ernest H., res. 91 South 
Ethel G., res. 55 Voerd av. 
Frank B., W. W. Co., res. 214 Robbins 
Frank P., watchmaker, res. 38 Washing- 
ton av. 
George A., res. 244 School 
Henry N., pres. Am. Watch Tool Co., and 
pres. N. E. Northwestern Investment 
Co. (92 State, B.). vice.-pres. Waltham 
National Bank, res. 120 Crescent 
Horace H., painter, res. 91 South 
James H., W. W. Co., res. 2^ Maple 
Mack, weaver, res. 85 Central 
Mary E., res. 244 School 
Thomas F., machinist, res. Warren, near 

Beaver 
Willard L., W. W. Co., res. 45 Chestnut 
William J., painter, res. near Lincoln 
Fiske Addie S., res. 422 Moody 

Annie, W. W. Co., res. 395 Crescent 
Arthur H., clerk (B.), res. 46 Lyman 
Caroline M., widow of Calvin, res. 56 

Pond 
Charles D., nurseryman, 422 Moody, res. 

do. 
Charles D., Jr., died April 2. 1905 
Elliott W., leather (24 High, B.l. res. 40 

Harris 
Grace, died Feb. 28, 1903 
Horatio F., salesman, res. 258 Bacon 
Horatio N., nurseryman. 2.18 Bacon, res. 

do. 
M. Etta, res. 56 Pond 
Sarah Mrs., res. 40 Harris 
Walter C, nurseryman, res. 422 Moody 
Warren A., W. W. Co., res. 30 Ash 



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111 



Fitch Ezra C, pres. Am. W. W. Co., Cres- 
cent, res. at Boston 
FITCHBURG MUTUAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE CO., Fitchbnrg, Hollis E. 
Dennen, agent, 179 Moody (see p. 11) 
FITCHBURG MUTuAL FIRE INS. CO., 
FITCHBURG, D. F. Viles <fc Co., agts., 
637 Main (see page 26) 
Fittz Elizabeth, student, res. 52 Rumford 
av., C. P. 
Frank H., machinist, res. 52 Rumford av., 
C. P. 
Fitzgerald Bridget, res. 13 Bolton 

Ellen, widow of Patrick, res. 241 Newton 
Katherine, W. W. Co., res. 19 'Ash 
William, lineman, res. 196 Newton 
Fitzpatrick Edward, shoemaker, 11 Elm, 
res. 10 do. 
Honora, widow ot John, res. 84 Grant 
James, clerk, 582 Main, res. 286 River 
John, laborer, res. 11 Benefit 
Julia, B. Mfg. Co., res. 84 Grant 
Mary, B. Mfg. Co., res. 11 Benefit 
Mary, widow of Stephen, res. 394 River 
Mary J., B. Mfg. Co., res. 394 River 
Nellie, B. Mfg. Co., res. 84 Grant 
Richard J., teamster, res. Massasoit 
Flagg Ann M. Mrs., res. 83 Brown 
Augustus, died Nov. 25, 1904 
Emily C. widow of William H., res. 14 
Floyd 
FLAGG GEORGE A. & CO. (M. A. Flagg), 
carriage, sign and automobile painters, 
Music Hall av. (see page 19) 
James H., W. W. Co., res. 199 Brown 
FLAGG MARIO A. (George A. Flagg & Co.), 
carriage, sign and automobile painters, 
Music Hall av.. res. 20 Floyd (see p. 19) 
Flaherty Charles W.. organ builder, Weston, 
res. Waverley Oaks road 
Jennie A., res. Waverley Oaks road 
Leonard T., surveyor, res. Waverley Oaks 

road 
Frederick J., organ builder, res. 48 Colum- 
bus av. 
John, machinist (B.), res. 59 Fiske 
Michael, clerk, 683 Main, res. 47 Fiske 
Patrick, milkman, Parker lane, res. do. 
Flanagan James, loom fixer, res. rear 571 
Main 
Nellie, weaver, res. 59 Charles 
Patrick, laborer, res. 143 Newton 
Richard, res. 59 Charles 
Flannery John, laborer, res. 92 Bacon 
Mary, widow of Lawrence, died Julv 25. 

1905 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 39 Exchange 
Mary E. A., operator, 2 Lexington, res. 53 

Ash 
Sabina, widow of Edward, res. 88 Ex- 
change 



Flannery Thomas, clerk, 157 Moody, res. 88 
Exchange 
Thomas F., calker, W. W. W., res. 41 
Williams 
BTeishman N. & Co.. ladies' tailors, 224 

Moody, res. at Boston 
Fleming Annie L., W. W. Co., res. 211 
Lowell 
Charles D., W. W. Co., res. 211 Lowell 
Elizabeth R., widow of Paul E., res. 2 

Norumbega terrace 
John, laborer, res. 143 Newton 
Mary S., O'H. W. D. Co., res. 28 Robbins 
Michael, res. 143 Newton 
Paul E., died March 2, 1905 
Peter J., W. W. Co., res. 65 Plympton 
Timothy, teamster, res. Massasoit ct. 
Fletcher Cora Mrs., res. 75 Maple 
Fred G.. W. W. Co., res. 8 Common 
Leverett N., res. 55 Ash 
Wesley H., painter, res. 64 Lowell 
W. Arthur, W. W. Co., res. 17 Bacon 
Flint Albert S., W. W. Co., res. 368 Moody 
Lizzie, res. 874 Main 
Eben. carpenter, res. 138 Brown 
Lydia, W. W. Co., res. 183 Adams 
Flood George H., W. B. & D. Works, res. 
Parker lane 
James W.. dryer, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

School av. 
John B., W. D. & B. Works, res. School av. 
Joseph F., truant officer, res. Parker lane 
Floyd Anna R., widow of Albert, res. 40 

Lyman 
FLOYD CHARLES A., painter, kalsomin- 
ing, etc., 57 Francis, res. 4 Highland 
av. (see page 19) 
Charles D., res. 44 Bedford 
Cordelia, res. 155 Summer 
Fannie P., res. 40 Lyman 
Helen A., res. 40 Lyman 
Flurry Martha, W. W. Co., res. 75 Adams 
Flynn Alice. E. H. W. Co., res. 5 Brown 
Alice, stenographer (B.), res. 39 Calvary 
Annie J., milliner, 202 Moody, res. 191 do. 
John, res. rear 68 Charles 
John J., lawyer, 661 Main, room 3, res. 50 

Pond 
John G., carpenter, res. 18 Common 
John J., folder, res. 142 Newton 
John J., motorman, res. 50 Pond 
John P., clerk, res. 33 Calvary 
Joseph W., W. B. & D. Works, res. 33 

Calvary 
Julia, widow of Cornelius, res. 10 Brown's 

av. 
Julia A., variety store, 202 Moody, res. 191 

do. 
Mary, B. Mfg. Co., res. 5 Brown av. 
Mary A., res. 50 Pond 
Patrick J., carpenter, res. 33 Calvary 



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Flynn Theresa G., milliner, 637 Main, res. 
Norumbega terrace 
Thomas, at Hood Rubber Co., r. 20 Moore 
See O'Flynn 
Fogg Catherine G., res. 84 Summer 

Charles J., viee-pres. and sec. Waltham 
Trust Co., res. 94 Summer 
Foglini V.. fruit, 363 Moody, res. 230 do. 
Foley James J., died April 16, 1903 
James W., hostler, res. Moody 
John J., teamster, res. 3 Pratt av. 
Mary, B. Mfg. Co., res. 162 School 
Mary J., tailoress, res. 19 Harvard av. 
Mary J., widow of James, res. 126 Charles 
Peter J., assistant pastor St. Mary's 
Catholic church, res. 133 School 
Follen Bridget, res. 37 Oak 

Daniel J., at D. & F. foundry, res. 37 Oak 
James, laborer, res. 37 Oak 
Micbael, at D. & F. foundry, res. 37 Oak 
Thomas, res. 17 Charles 
See Fallon 
Folsom Eugene L., W. W. Co., res. 149 

Brown 
Fopiano Mark, fruit, res. Emery, near Bacon 
Forbes Ella, res. 5 Macks ct. 
John T.. died Oct. 3. 1903 
Forbush Ellen R., widow of Calvin, res. 7 
Adams 
L. Mabel, teacher, res. 192y 2 Adams 
Ford Bessie. W. W. Co.. res. 488 Main 
Dora, E. H. W. Co.. res. 197 Charles 
Edward F., machinist, res. 77 Willow 
Elizabeth, W. W. Co., res. 356 Moody 
H. Augusta, nurse, res. 22 Palmer 
John, moulder, D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. 79 

River 
John P., at City Home. South 
John A.. studeDt, res. 77 Willow 
John W., finisher, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

77 Willow 
Margaret, res. 45 Moore 
Margaret, W. B. & D. Works, res. 77 

Willow 
Margaret E., clerk, Moody, res. 106 

Charles 
Mary E., stenographer (B.), r. 77 Willow 
Matilda, student, res. 77 WilloAv 
Sidney P., carpenter, res. 289 Moody 
Thomas, machinist, res. 77 Willow 
William F.. produce, res. 77 Willow 
Forestall Sadie Mrs., res. 13 Walnut 
Forsell Axel, expressman, res. 98 Gushing 
Forson Samuel, W. W. Co. res. 240 Cres- 
cent 
Forster Bros. (John G. and William), car- 
penters and builders, rear 136 Willow 
John G. (Forster Bros.), carpenter, rear 

136 Willow, res. do. 
John W., died Dec. 18, 1904 



Forster William (Forster Bros.), carpenter, 

res. liy 2 Massasoit ct. 
Forsyth William J.. B. Mfg. Co., res. 3 Bel- 

levue pi. 
Fosdick Charles. D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. 140 

Bobbins 
Foss Agnes E., widow of George H., res. 
227 Ash 
Bernard W., machinist, res, 91 Chestnut 
Eva, W. W. Co., res. 311 Moody 
Foster Annie F., clerk. W. W. Co., res. 93 
Russell 
Charles, A. W. W. Co., res. 92 Russell 
Cornelia C, teacher. Manual training 

school, res. at Boston 
Eddy F., foreman, res. 11 Derby 
Edward M., W. W. Co., res. 103 Alder 
Edward S.. instructor, 78 Crescent, res. 

at Boston 
Ella G., W. W. Co.. res. 11 Derby 
Emma R., housekeeper, res. 68 Lyman 
Eva A., widow of Albert C, res. 67 Brown 
Frances A., died Feb. 6, 1905 
Frederick A., res. Main, near Bacon 
Fred P., bookkeeper (B.), res. 44 Alder 
George G., machinist, res. 12 Gardner 
Helen, W. W. Co., res. 93 Russell 
Hiram. B. Mfg. Co., res. 55 Crescent 
J. Harold, student, res. 87 Maple 
Lebbeus S. (M. S. Foster & Son), grocer, 

16 Liiiden, res. 20 do. 
Lonis V., draughtsman . (B.), res. 199 

Charles 
Louisa M., died March 20, 1905 
Lucinda H., res. 26 Liberty 
Martha F., died Feb. 22, 1903 
M. S. & Son (Lebbeus S.1, grocers, 16 Lin- 
den 
Nellie M., widow of William W. P., res. 

26 Harvard 
Robert, electrician (B.), res. Hope av. 
Salome G., widow of Reuben B., res. 768 

Main 
Sarah E., res. 26 Liberty 
William, res. 68 Lyman 
Fouche Joseph, B. Mfg. Co.. res. 416 River 
Foiircey Henry A.. W. W. Co., res. 80y, 

Lexington 
Fourtin Edmund, R. P., physician, 749 

Main, res. do 
Fowler Amelia Mrs., artist, res. 229 South 
Fox James J., painter, res. Massasoit 
Fraim John W.. W. W. Co.. res. 251 Charles 
Francis Albert B.. salesman (B.), res. Pros- 
pect Hill av. 
William H.. janitor, res. 87 Riverview av. 
FRANKFORT MARINE AND ACCIDENT 
INS. CO. OF GERMANY, W. H. John- 
son, agent. 601 Main and 211 Moody 
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113 



Franklin Anita Mrs., res. 373 Crescent 
Lewis W., tray, salesman, res. 373 Cres- 
cent 
Fraser Addie Mrs., res. 6 Winthrop 

Albert PL, gateman, B. & M. R. R., res. 

Main, near Weston line 
Catherine M., res. 14 Crescent 
Jessie A., wid. of John A., r. 14 Crescent 
John A., died Feb. 19, 1904 
William W., carpenter, res. 123 Moody 
Frayer Forest, W. W. Co., res. 29 Brown 
William, clerk, 11 Moody, res. 29 Brown 
Frazier Edward, carpenter, res. 9 Music 
Hall av. 
Eliza, widow of Louis, res. 63 Dale 
Frank, ins. agent, res. 63 Pine 
Henry A., reporter News, res. 63 Dale 
Joseph, E. H. W. Co., res. 70 Francis 
Nellie Mrs., dressmaker, 70 Francis, res. 

do. 
T. Frank, clerk, 594 Main, res. 28 Francis 
William L., paper hanger, 692 Main, res. 
18 Pi-ospect-st. av. 
Frechette Arthur, machinist, res. 168 Felton 
Frederickson Car], laborer, res. Warren av. 
Carl, organ builder, res. Tomlin 
John, E. H. W. Co., res. Tomlin 
Freelove Ruth A. Mrs., res. 189 River 
Freeman Alfred, W. W. Co., res. 93 Alder 
Benjamin S., res. 450 Main 
Frederic, dentist, res. 1 Chamberlain ter. 
George H., motorman, res. 984 Main 
Freistadter Jacob, watchmaker, res. 193 

Chestnut 
French Allen D., res. 356 Moody 
Carl, E. H. W. Co., res. 138 Crescent 
Caroline A., died Aug. 24, 1904 
Clarence F., lawyer (85 State, B.), res. 49 

Pleasant 
Daniel, lawyer, 820 Main, res. do. 
Ermine A., teacher, res. 356 Moody 
Evander L., provisions, 364 Moodv, res 

356 do. 
Fred B., W. W. Co., res. 49 Wadsworth av. 
Harry L., student, res. 356 Moody 
Jesse M., civil engineer, 3 Mody, room 53, 

res. 29 Newton 
Roland, W. W. Co., res. 97 Myrtle 
Roland, W. W. Co., res. 91 Myrtle 
Frese Fritz C, W. W. Co., res. 237 Robbins 

Mary C, died March 15, 1903 
Friebe Samuel, watchmaker (383 Wash., B.), 

res. 4 Riverview av., C. P. 
Friechette Arthur, rubber maker, Water- 
town, res. 282 River 
Friberg Hans, pattern maker, res. 34 Cross 
Friend Frances S., widow of Archer D., res. 

West 
Frink Wilfred M., clerk, 16 Lexington, res. 
Farns worth 



Frizzell William T., engineer, res. 64 Pine 
Frost Addie M., res. 326 Bacon 

Alice L., res. Oakhurst, off Lincoln 
A. May, teacher, res. 115 Lexington 
Belle Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 12 Gordon 
Charles E., died Dec. 13, 190-1 
Clarence A., milkman, supplies, res. Lake 
Ellen L., widow of John M., res. Cham- 
berlain ter. 
Frances C, widow of Charles E., res. 85 

Alder 
George M., clothing, 27 Moody, res. Cham- 
berlain ter. 
George W., jeweler, res. 2 Chamberlain 

ter. 
G. Frank, coal, wood, hay, lime and bricks, 
33 and 35 Moody, res. Oakhurst, off Lin- 
coln 
Harry G., clothing, res. Chamberlain ter. 
H. Louise, res. Oakhurst, off Lincoln 
John M.. Jr.. W. Mfg. Co., res. 20 Curtis 
Lilla N., teacher, res. 115 Lexington 
Marion A., res. Lake 
■ Percy G., clerk, res. 115 Lexington 

Robert W., clerk (B.l, res. rear 75 Lincoln 
Sara E., teacher, High school, res. 115 
Lexington 
Frothingham Charlotte J. Mrs., millinery, 
28 Lexington, res, do. 
Daniel D., apothecary, res. 28 Lexington 
Fruchman Max, junk dealer, 150 Prospect, 

res. do. 
Frye Albert W., milkman, res. 36 River 
Edwin L., removed to Newton 
Frank B., janitor, M. T. S., res. 51 Walnut 
Fuirreta Dominick, tailor, res. ly 2 Calvary 

Jerry, butcher (B.l, res. ly 2 Calvary 
Fuller Abbie S., widow of George G., res. 
187 Hammond 
Alfred S., machinist, res. 13 Derby 
Charles B., physician, 751 Main, res. do. 
Charles J., W. W. Co., res. 61 Robbins 
Daniel D., res. 116 Chestnut 
Herman D., grocer, 187 Hammond, res. 

189 do. 
John, machinist, res. 34 Francis 
Minnie S., W. W. Co., res. 393 Crescent 
Sarah A. Mrs., tailoress, res. 289 Moody 
Walter G, W. W. Co.. res. 187 Charles 
Walter L, W. W Co.. res. 289 Moody 
Walter N., W. W. Co., res. 40 Chester av. 
Fulton George E., W. W. Co., res. 10 Rob- 
bins 
Fulmore Margaret, res. 82 Alder 
FULTON PRYOR (New England Coal Co.), 
Newton, opp. depot, 179 Moody and 609 
Main, res. 314 Newton (see back cover) 
Furbush Daniel H., carpenter, r. 96 Francis 
Edward A., W. W. Co.. res. 12 Whitney 
av. 



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Furbush Frank C, W. W. Co., res. off South 

Frank E., carpenter and builder, Murray, 
res. do. 

George W., engineer, pumping station, 
off Soutn, res. do. 

James L., carpenter, res. Sarah Furbush's 

Sarah, widow of Richard, res. Farnsworth 

Susie E., res. Sarah Furbush's, Farns- 
worth 

See Forbush 
Furlong David, hairdresser, 7 Moore, res. 

95 Calvary 

Sylvester, laborer, res. 124 Bacon 
Fyfe Annie, stenographer, 78 Crescent, res. 
11 Harvard 

John M., engineer (70 Broad, B.), res. 11 
Harvard 

Mabel, clerk, Waltham P. O., res. 11 Har- 
vard 
Fwyn John, laborer, res. 76 Oak 

GABRIELSON OLAF P., supt. Waltham 

Laundry, res. 18 Howard 
Gaffney Cornelius, umbrella repairer, res 
26% Cross 
Michael, ins. agt.. res. 30 Gushing 
Nancy, widow of Bernard, res. 180 New- 
ton 

Gage Lucy, teacher, High school, res. 63 

Central 
Gager Carroll, W. W. Co.. res. 92 Brown 
Galbraith Jessie. W. W. Co., res. 148 Adams 
Gallagher Agnes G., res. 54 Bacon 
Edward, driver, res. 110 Bacon 
Edward T., clerk, res. 54 Bacon 
James, machinist, B. Mfg. Co., res. 54 

Bacon 
James F., clerk, res. 54 Bacon 
Jane, res. City Home 
Joseph A., B. Mfg. Co., res. 54 Bacon 
Mary, widow of Matthew, res. 8 Colbv av. 
Matthew F., steam fitter, 561 Main, res. 12 

Gorham 
Thomas, clerk, res. 43 Hammond 
Gallant Alfred E., student, res. 20 Cedar 
Francis, clerk, res. 20 Cedar 
Leon, card grinder, res. 22 Gorham 
Phillip, laborer, res. 182 Felton 
Reuben, died Dec. 6, 1903 
William J., carpenter, res. 20 Cedar 
William J., barber, res. Venos block, South 
. South 
Galilean James S., blacksmith, res. 171 

School 
Galloupe Elias A., jeweler, res. 220 Moody 

Fred W., W. W. Co., res. 220 Moody 
Gallupe Frank D., express driver (B.), res. 
4,S Taylor 
Maria J. Mrs., millinerv, 48 Tavlor, res. 
do. 



Gallupe Walter G., machinist, r. 48 Taylor 
Galvin Timothy, laborer, res. 118 Felton 
Gamage Jesse G, res. 15 Wadsworth av. 
Gamble May, W. W, Co., res. 113 Myrtle 
Gammon William H., police, res. 7 Chester 

av. 
Gannon George W.. res. 42 Cedar 
GANNON JOHN A., carriage and automo- 
bile trimming, 390 Main, res. 21 School 
(see page 18) 
Patrick, at W. B. & D. Works, res. 49 

Cedar 
Patrick F.. blacksmith, res. 21 School 
Gardner Ann, widow of John A., res. Cen- 
tre, near Massasoit ct. 
C. J., supt. Boston Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

681 Main 
Daisy T.. W. W. Co., res. 70 School 
Edward F., machinist, res. Centre 
Edson W., foreman, F. R. R., res. 2 Oak 
Fred H., painter, res. 194 Charles 
George F., clerk, 665 Main. res. 88 Newton 
Harold J., Waltham Laundry, res. 194 

Charles 
Jennie, res. S8 Newton 
John A., res. 62 Brown 
John J., letter carrier, res. Mrs. Ann 

Gardner's 
Katherine E.; res. Centre 
Mary E..res. 160 Chestnut 
Michael P.. machinist, res. Ann Gardner's 
Nellie L.. res. Centre 

Willis P.. clerk. 117 Moody, res. 418 
do. 
Garfield E. R. Mrs., res. W. Dale 

Lizzie M., widow of John C. res. 23 Hall 
Ruth J., res. W. Dale 
Garland George F, physician, 17 dishing, 

res. do. 
Garrett Fred E„ carpenter, res. 41 Cherry 
Gai'rison Henry, machinist, res. SO Taylor 
Garrity Lizzie J., E. H. W. Co.. res. 58 Ba- 
con 
Garvey John, helper, res. 256 Calvary 

Michael J.. W. W. Co., res. 102 Taylor 
Gass John, hostler. Wellington stable, res. 
do. 
Stanley, W. W. Co., res. 86 Robbins 
Gately Bros. & Co. (Matthew E. and John 
W. Gately), groceries, fish and provi- 
sions, 503 and 723 Main and 5 Spring 
John W. (Gately Bros. <fe Co.), provisions, 

723 Main and 5 Spring, res. 9 Floyd 
Matthew E. (Gately Bros. & Co.). provi- 
sions. 723 Main and 5 Spring, res. 59 
Cherry 
Peter, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 72 Taylor 
Gates Ella M., teacher. Lowell school, res. 
at W. Newton 
Ellis, W. W. Co., res. 68 Russell 



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115 



Gaudette Daniel, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 17 
Nobnan 
Doesethe, laborer, res. 17 Noonan 
Gault James, farmer, res. 66 Plympton 

William J., carpenter, res. 66 Plympton 
Gauss, see Goss 
Gavin Peter, farmer, res. 121 Pond 

Thomas F., loom fixer, res. 31 Francis 
Gavolio Giuseppe, fruit, etc., 85 Moody, res. 

89 do. 
Gay Estelle M., res. 30 Maple 

Fred C, provisions, res. Brookline 
Walter, W. S. Co., res. 268 Crescent 
Walter S., grocer, res. 2 Warren 
William F.. carpenter, res. 31 Floyd 
GEER EMOGENE A. MRS., florist, 98 

Chestnut, res. do. (see back cover) 
Genero Louis, clerk, res. 17 McKenn 
Gendrat Lewis R., res. 21 Lyman 
Gentleman Ernest, W.W. Co., res. 134 Alder 
Geoffrion Felix, grocer, 171 Felton, res. 173 

do. 
GEOFFRION LOUIS J. contractor and 
builder, 100 Bacon, res. do. (see page 17) 
Theophilus J., clerk, res. 9 Noonan 
George Prentiss, clerk, 15 Elm, res. 77 Tay- 
lor 
Gerald N. Maud, teacher, Newhall school, 

res. 156 Adams 
GERMAN AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO., of 
New York, Hollis E, Dennen, agent, 
179 Moody (see page 11) 
GERMAN INSURANCE CO. OF FREE- 
PORT. ILL. B. S. Tolman, agent, 621 
Main (see page 11) 
GERMANIA FIRE INS. CO., N. Y. D. F. 
Yiles &, Co., agents, 637 Main (see page 
26) 
Gerrick Tony, blacksmith, res. 77 Felton 
Gerritson Ethel E., res. 66 Robbins 
Fred, W. W. Co., res. 22 Orange 
Henry J., machinist, res. 80 Taylor 
Walter, W. W. Co.. res. 66 Robbins 
Getchell Bertha M., stenographer, 179 
Moody, res. 71 Russell 
Charles C, hairdresser, 890 Main, res. 71 

Russell 
Charles E., pres. W. E. Co., res. 35 Willow 
Ella F.. widow of Fred F., res. 35 Willow 
Harry M., letter carrier, res. 892 Main 
Robert E., clerk, 709 Main, res. 71 Russell 
Dermond, W. W. Co., res. 301 Crescent 
Sumner, picture frame maker, res. 52 

Maple 
Susan M. Mrs., res. 892 Main 
Getman Adelbert, hostler, res. 43 Cedar 
Gibbons Bridget, res. 205 Calvary 

Edward, laborei', res. 6 Harvard place 
Edward F., coachman, res. 6 Harvard pi. 
Henry J., collector, 1'es. 47 Pine 



Gibbons John J., plumber, r. 6 Harvard pi. 
Kate, W. W. Co., res. 6 Harvard place 
Louise B., W. W. Co., res. 6 Harvard pi. 
Mary A., W. W. Co,, res. 6 Harvard place 
Nellie, res. 205 Calvary 
Thomas, laborer, res. 205 Calvary 
William, laborer, res. 205 Calvary 
Gibbs Anna M., widow of Frank F., res. 

962 Main 
GIBBS EXPRESS CO., Jasper H. Yetten, 
treas. and mgr., 106 Moody (105 Arch, 77 
Kingston, 89 Broad, 15 & 36 Merchants' 
Row, 16 Union, 14 & 15 Devonshire, 29 
Washington (B.) (see page 31) 
Ida F., widow of John M., res. 15 Church 
John M., died Feb. 1, 1905 
John M., lawyer, (B.), res. 22 Lyman 
GIBBS JOSEPH F., cashier, Waltham Nat 
Bank, 637 Main, res. 51 Harris 
Joseph W., at city treasurer's office, City 

Hall, res. 51 Harris 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Richard M., W. W. Co., res. 51 Lunda 
William F., (B.), res. 962 Main 
Gibson Andrew J. & Co. (L. R. Hodgkins) 
provisions, 77 Prospect, res. 4 Welling- 
ton av. 
John, W. W. Co., res. 166 Adams 
May L., W. W. Co., res. 15 Alder 
Giddings Charles J., driver hose 2, res. Or- 
chard av. 
Fred C, wholesale produce, 697 Main, res. 

79 Russell 
Willis T., clerk. North End Savings Bank 
(B.), res. 79 Russell 
Gidley Samuel H., florist, res. 97 Alder 
Gifford E. Earle, W. W. Co., res. 342 Cres- 
cent 
GIFFORD FRED C, blacksmith, 21 Cres- 
cent, res. 342 do. (see page 20) 
Minnie A., W. W. Co., res. 342 Crescent 
William B., janitor, 185 Moody, res. do. 
Giggey Abbie, widow of George, res. 100 
Prospect 
Maude, W. W. Co., res. 197 Adams 
Gilbert Carl G., machinist, res. 28 Gordon 
Caroline R., died July 6, 1905 
Frederick R., bookkeeper (B.), res. 402 

Main 
Marcus H., engraver, W. W. Co., res. 63 
Riverview av., C. P. 
Gilchrist Helen E., W. W. Co., res. 38 Ches- 
ter av. 
Giles Frances, W. W. Co., res. '190 Adams 
Gilfoile William T., painter, res. 63 Ex- 
change 
Gill Ellen A., music teacher, 61 Crescent, 
res. do. 
Francis, machinist, res. 117 Brown 
Joseph R., machinist, res. Calvary 



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Gill Joseph A., machinist, res. 61 Calvary 
Mary A., widow of Thomas, res. 261 Cres- 
cent 
Michael, B. D. W. Co., res. 237 River 
Michael J., stone cutter, res. 01 Calvary 
Mollie, at A. VV. W. Co., res. 43 Clinton 
Peter B., stone cutter, res. 43 Clinton 
Thomas, machinist, res. 196 Newton 
William T.. foreman, E. H. W. Co., res. 
305 Crescent 
Gilland Fred, teamster, res. 04 Walnut 

James E., plumber, res. 168 School 
Gillhuly Annie, widow of John, res. 168 
School 
James E., plumber, res. 168 School 
Gillhuly Mary J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 168 

School 
Gilligan Annie G., res. 234 River 
Kate, W. W. Co., res. 234 River 
Thomas, fireman, res. 234 River 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 304 River 
Gillis Angus, fireman, W. G. L. Co., res. 28 
Calvary 
Ronald M., steamfitter, res. 17 Oak 
Gillispie James G, carpenter and builder, 

19 Plympton, res. do. 
Gilman Ernest V., res. 144 Charles 
Gilmartin John F., trainman, res. 12 High- 
land 
Gilson Cynthia P., died April 17, 1903 
Eugene J., W. W. Co., res. 25 Middle 
Frank E., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 7 Brown av. 
Frank A., res. 7 Brown av. 
Mary L., res. 25 Middle 
Owen, res. 25 Middle 
Patrick EL, writer, res. 6 Taylor 
Peter E., auctioneer and furniture. 567 

Main, res. do. 
William J., res. 7 Brown av. 
Gindrat Daniel A., finisher, W. W. Co., res. 
176 Chestnut 
Louise R., at A. W. W. Co., res. 21 Lyman 
Ginivan William J., clerk (B.), res. 743 Main 
Girolomo G., fruit, 131 Moody, res. Chestnut 
Giuffre J. Vincent, fruit, etc., 775 Main, res. 

do. 
Glancy Anna E.. res. 53 Cushing 

Charles S.. carpenter, res. 66 Taylor 
GLANCY ROBERT E., contractor and 
builder, and dealer in lumber, also agent 
for the National Sheet Metal Roofing 
Co.'s metallic shingles, 53 Cushing, res. 
do. (see opp. Lumber Dealers) 
R. Clifford, res. 53 Cushing 
Thomas, janitor, the Lowell school, res. 
66 Taylor 
Glasgow T. J., machinist, res. Moody-st. fire 

station 
Glazier Walter E. & Co., grocers, 893 Main, 
res. 27 Howard 



Gleason Anna, dressmaker, res. 13 Cedar 
Dennis F.. at W. B. & I). Works, res. 84 

Calvary 
Johanna A., res. 84 Calvary 
Johanna H., res. 13 Cedar 
John T., W. B. & D. Works, r. 84 Calvary 
Matthew F., laborer, res. 92 Calvary 
Patrick S., pharmacist, 112 Pine, res. 84 

Calvary 
Waldo F., at Am. W. W. Co., 68 Russell 
GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO. of 
Glens Falls, N. Y., E. A. Walker, agent, 
637 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
Glidden Edward F., machinist, res. 18 Gor- 
ham 
George B., machinist, res. 18 Gorham 
Glover Clarence F. (C. F. Glover & Co.), 

Gilford av., res. Clark lane 
GLOVER C. F. & CO. (Clarence F. Glover), 
props. Waltham Laundry, Gifford av. 
(see back cover; 
Isaac S., driver, 188 Moody 
Glynn Annie A., res. 11 Mechanics 
Annie, res. rear 44 Calvary 
Catherine E., res. 11 Mechanics 
Delia F., W. W. Co., res. 129 Felton 
Dennis, stone mason, res. Exchange-st. pi. 
Jeremiah, contractor. 129 Felton, res. do. 
John, F. R. R., res. 11 Mechanics 
John. res. 37 Dartmouth 
Margaret A., clerk, 6 Hammond, res. at 

W. Newton 
Mary A.. W. W. Co., res. 129 Felton 
Mary A., clerk, res. 37 Dartmouth 
Mary J. Mrs., res. 75 Harvard 
Mary J., widow of John, res. rear 44 Cal- 
vary 
Michael., res. 11 Mechanics 
Michael W.. printer, res. 11 Mechanics 
Peter, driver, res. 11 Oak 
Thomas E.. section boss. res. 10 Gardner 
Thomas E.. laborer, res. rear 44 Calvary 
& Kelly (Edward M. Kelly), druggists, 
705 Main 
Godber George, res. 15 Brown 
John, jeweler, res. 45 Washington a v. 
Kate Mrs., res. 98 Charles 
Katherine, E. H. W. Co., res. 98 Charles 
Lizzie, E. H. W. Co., res. 98 Charles 
Walter F.. jewel maker, rear 38 Chester 
av.. res. 41 do. 
Goddard Agnes, W. W. Co., res. 30 Gordon 
Hugh. W. W. Co., res. 32 Washington av. 
Coding Ernest C, res. 178 Chestnut 
Godkin Georgie Mrs., res. 77 Robbins 
Goguen Joshua, carpenter, res. 116 Charles 
Maxim, W. Mfg. Co., res. 180 Felton 
Sevean, carpenter, res. 16 Fern 
GOINSALVOS ROBERT L., florist, 98 
Chestnut, res. do. (see back cover) 



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117 



Golder Alice E., dressmaker, res. 86 Adams 
Clarence F., carpenter, res. 86 Adams 
Fred R., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 86 Adams 
Susan D. Miss, dressmaker, 12 Lawrence 
bldg., res. 86 Adams 
Golding Patrick J., mason, res. 127 Pine 
Goldroy Thomas, inside man, A. T. Lyman's, 

res. 188 Lexington 
Golway John, motorman, res. 73 Bacon 

William C, motorman, 73 Bacon 
Goodale Burton A., W. W. Co., res. 18 
Gordon 
Burton F., \V. W. Co., res. 5 Derby 
Goode Rosina B., res. 60 Dale 

Willis A.. W. W. Co.. res. 113 High 
Goodell Roland E.. lawyer, res. 438 Main 
Goodhue Alfred, Watch City Automobile 

Co., res. 876y 2 Main 
Gooding Fred M„ treas. Waltham Trap Rock 

Co.. 593 Main, res. at Auburndale 
Goodnow Frank E., W. W. Co., res. 357 
Crescent 
Hannah, widow of A. Maynard, res. 150 

Hammond 
S. J., widow of Fred W. (William Good- 
now & Son). 708 Main, res. 37 Weston 
GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON (Mrs. S. J. 
Goodnow), furniture and undertakers, 
708 Main (see page 70,) 
Goodrich Charles W., teacher, High school 
Clarence J., dentist, res. 47 Chestnut 
Conrad B., musician, res. 47 Chestnut 
Edward E., undertaker, 200 Moody, res. 

do. 
Horace J., W. W. Co., res. 47 Chestnut 
John, fireman, res. 149 Ash 
Mary T., widow of Jarvis E., res. 507 Main 
Philip A., engineer, res. 165 South 
Goodroe Fred, hostler, res. 81 Prospect 
Goodsell Albert M., W. W. Co., res. 67 
Orange 
George, W. W. Co., res. 67 Robbins 
Goodwin Albert M., died Feb. 4, 1905 
Annette, W. W. Co., res. 80 Brown 
Clara, housekeeper, 564 Main, res. do. 
Elberto T., engineer, W. W. Co., res. 5 

Orange 
Frank T., driver, res. 90 Pond 
John F., res. 19 Adams 
William A., res. 5 Orange 
William B.. machinist, res. 9 Brook aT. 
Gordon Carrie E. Mrs., tailoress, 694 Main, 
res. 11 Charles 
Catherine, res. 164 River 
Dennis F., carriage painter, res. rear 58 

Calvary 
Elizabeth C, widow of William H, res. 46 

Lawrence 
Frank H., watch dial painter, res. 46 Law- 
rence 



Gordon Margaret, B. Mfg. Co., r. 164 River 
Mary, res. 30 Heard 
Michael, removed to Waltham 
Michael J., painter, res. 40 Flood 
Mildred A., res. 46 Lawrence 
Patrick E., res. 40 Flood 
Susanne L., teacher, Robbins school, res. 

110 Lexington 
Thomas W., laborer, res. 164 River 
Gordy George W., weaver, res. 6 Gibbs ct. 
Gorman Annie, dressmaker, 206 Moody, res. 
do. 
Catherine, bookkeeper, res. 161 School 
Elizabeth, dressmaker, 206 Moody, res. do. 
James, granite works, res. 206 Moody 
John, machinist, res. 161 School 
John, lather, res. 161 School 
John M., fireman, F. R. R., res. 41 Cutter 
Margaret, bookkeeper, res. 161 School 
Mary, bookkeeper, res. 161 School 
Mary, housekeeper, 310 River, res. do. 
Mary, widow of Richard, res. 206 Moody 
Mary A., died Jan. 8, 1904 
M. Lizzie, clerk, res. 31 Hammond 
William B.. clerk, 167 Moody, res. 112 
High 
Gormley Mary, widow of Michael, died Feb. 
19, 1905 
Patrick M.. laborer, res. 239 Calvary 
Goss Francis M., machinist, W. W. Co.. res. 
239 Newton 
G. Harry, motorman. res. 92 Howard 
Gough Walter W., W. W. Co.. res. 20 Cres- 
cent 
Gould Arthur W., removed to Boston 
Georgia A. Mrs., res. 95 Crescent 
Orda Mrs., res. 365 Moody 
Mary F.. bookkeeper, Am. W. W. Co.. res. 

77 Crescent 
Placid, barber, 115 Charles, res. 247 do. 
Walter A., res. 101 Chestnut 
William H., clerk (B.), res. 101 Chestnut 
See Dorion (French) 
Goulding Margaret, widow of Thomas, res. 

rear 148 School 
Goursey Joseph, foreman, res. 22 Middle 
Gouthro Lazarus J., machinist, res. 250 

River 
Gove Henry M., fruits, etc., 175 Moody, res. 
1 Chestnut-st. av. 
Otis M., res. 1 Chestnut-st. av. 
Grace Mary, res. 34 Newton 
Grady Henry J., salesman, res. 41 Hall 
James J., gai'dener, res. 119 Grove 
John, stone mason, res. 23 Williams 
Gragg G. W. Mrs., res. 24 Gardner 

Herbert M., carpenter and builder, 802 
Main. res. do. 
Graham David, painter, res. Forest 
Esther E., lumsekeeper, res. 119 Dale 



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Graham Jennie, inspector, A. W. T. Co., res. 

61 Adams 
Jessie E., widow of "William S., res. 9 

Summit 
William A., res. 92 Crescent 
Grand Union Tea Co., Harry E. Harmon, 

manager, 91 Moody 
Graney Catherine E., res. 75 Harvard 
Patrick B., police, res. 75 Harvard 
Grannis Mary M. Mrs., res. 15 Church 
Grant Elizabeth, W. W. Co., res. 16 Woerd 

av. 
Emily. W. W. Co., res. 16 Woerd av. 
F. L. Miss, artist, O'H. Waltham Dial Co., 

res. 73 Cherry 
H. Francis, W. W. Co., res. 37 School 
J. Maria Mrs., res. 120 High 
Granville R., W. W. Co., res. 73 Cherry 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 16 Woerd av. 
Graverson Graves, W. W. Co., res. 468 Main 

Hans N., gardener, res. 468 Main 
Graves Arthur, jewel maker, res. 10 MartyD 
Clifton H., clerk, 151 Moody, re's. 17 Fiske 
Edgar C. (P. H. Graves & Son), furniture, 

151 Moody, res. 17 Fiske 
Edith Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 389 Crescent 
Edward K., manfr. res. 26 Cherry 
Edward W., janitor, res. 55 Chestnut 
Elizabeth Miss, res. Chamberlain ter. 
Ellen M., widow of Philip H. (P. H. 

Graves & Son), furniture, 151 Moody, 

res. 107 Russell 

Eva, W. W. Co., res. 10 Martyn 
Florence M., W. W. Co.. res. 107 Russell 
Franklin L., clerk, 151 Mody, res, 56 

Gushing 
Fred W., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 57y 3 Wal- 
nut 
Frederick C, cashier, W. W. Co.. res. at 

W. Newton 
George, W. W. Co., res. 129 Brown 
George R., W. W. Co.. res. 55 Chestnut 
Georgia A. Mrs., dressmaker. 26 Cherry, 

res. do. 
Georgina Mrs., res. 10 Martyn, C. P. 
Jennie N., W. W. Co., res. 55 Chestnut 
Jesse P., W. W. Co., res. 212 Brown 
Loiris, W. W. Co., res. 10 Martyn, C, P. 
Nellie, res. 107 Russell 
Nettie L., res. 405 Moody 
GRAVES P. H. & SON (Edgar C. and Ellen 

M. Graves), furniture, 151 Moody (see 

page 12) 
Robert C, B. & M. R. R.. res. 8 Prospect 
Grav Agnes, W. W. Co., res. 147 Robbins 
Alice, W. W. Co., res. 322 Moody 
Annie J., res. 15 Winthrop 
Arthur L., engineer, Am. W. T. Co., res. 

91 Pine 
A. Everett, driver, hose 4, res. do. 



Gray E. E. Co., grocers, 152 Moody 

Herbert G., W. W. Co., res. 15 Winthrop 
Mary A., widow of Joseph, res. 322 Moody 
Samuel E., machinist, res. 147 Robbins 
Sarah, widow of George F. N., res. 91 

Pine 
William, milk striker, res. 1241 Main 

Greeley Anna, nurse, res. 545 Main 

Bridget, widow of Martin, res. 545 Main 
Elizabeth M. Miss, res. 545 Main 
John J., res. 59 Lexington 
John J., Jr., lather, res. 59 Lexington 
Lizzie, res. 2 Williams 
Martin H., machinist, res. 545 Main 
Katherine G., housekeeper, res. 59 Lex- 
ington 
Michael, coachman, res. Ridgewood 
Nellie L., dressmaker, 59 Lexington, res. 

do. 
William A., lather, res. 545 Main 

Greelish Catherine, widow of Thomas, res. 1 
Mack's ct. 

Green Abbie, died Dec. 5, 1903 
Catherine, res. City Home, South 
Charles F., salesman, res. Townsend 
Charles W., res. 7 Chestnut 
EdAvard, W. W. Co., res. 887 Moody 
Edward, laborer, res. 143 Newton 
Ella, W. W. Co., res. 179 Adams 
Frank IL, laborer, res. rear 571 Main 
Frederick C, carpenter, res. 24 Gordon 
Katherine, res. 1 Jackson pi. 
Laura Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 121 Chestnut 
Nancy, widow of Aaron, died June 5, 1905 
Quincy A., farmer res. 67 Lawrence 
William, clerk, res. 36 Spruce 
William L., W. W. Co., res. 180 Lowell 

GREENBERG ABRAHAM, merchant tailor, 
236 Moody, res. do. (see page 24) 

Greene Alice, music teacher, 72 Hall, res. do. 
Alice, res. 73 Crescent 
Alma L., teacher, res. 72 Hall 
Chester W., draftsman, res. 70 Hall 
Elbert L., asst. paymaster, B. Mfg. Co., 

res. 73 Crescent 
Elvira, res. 49 Crescent 
Guy M., machinist, res. 70 Hall 
Leonard, foreman, res. 73 Crescent 
Lillian, artist, res. 72 Hall 
Loise F., secretary, res. 72 Hall 
Mary A., ticket agent, Newton-st. R. R: 

station, res. 37 Gorham 
Roscoe L. Rev., res. 125 Ash 
Selinda H., res. 72 Hall 
S. Eloise, res. 72 Hall 
Wilfred W., res. 70 Hall 
William, clerk, 87 Moody, res. at Boston 
William B., station agent, Newton-st. R R. 
station, res. 37 Gorham 

Greenlaw John W., removed to Boston 



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119 



Greenleaf George A., W. W. Co., res. 195 
Adams 
L. Herbert, W. W. Co., res. 349 Moody 
William H., machinist, res. 155 Bobbins 
Greenmore Francis, weaver, res. 81 Central 
Greenway Samuel, W. W. Co., res. 35 Orange 
Thomas, finisher, W. W. Co., res. 72 South 
Greenwood Albert R., mgr. 105 Moody, res. 
at Boston 
Allen, physician, 837 Main, res. do. 
Edward J., weaver, res. 63 New Grove 
James H., machinist, res. 182 Chestnut 
James N., W. W. Co., res. 119 Plympton 
Joseph, machinist, res. 182 Chestnut 
William W., milkman, res. 250 Bacon 
Gregg Jennie F. W., widow of Charles S., 
res. 8 Fiske 
Jennie W., artist, 8 Fiske, res. do. 
Greig Arthur, clerk, 161 Moody, res. 185 

Moody, suite 9 
Grenblatt Arey, junk, res. 83 Felton 
Grenier Pierre H. Rev., pastor, French 

Catholic church, res. 43 Central 
Greul Frederick B., pastor, First Baptist 
church, res. 22 Spruce 
Gertrude L., res. 22 Spruce 
Griffin Catherine, widow of Daniel, res. 26 
Fountain 
Charles, rubber cutter, res. 26 Fountain 
Edward, laborer, res. 26 Fountain 
Etta M., dressmaker, 49 Chestnut, res. do. 
Henry P., clerk, 161 Moody, res. 8 Pond 

avenue 
James, laborer, res. 26 Fountain 
James F., stenographer (B..), res. 8 Pond 

av. 
John, laborer, res. 8 Castle 
John J., dentist, 110 Central, do. 
John B., laborer, res. rear 91 River 
John C, teamster, res. 8 Pond av. 
Margaret E., E. H. W. Co., res. 8 Pond av. 
Mary A. Miss, res. rear 294 River 
Mary, at Farmer's, Moody, res. 33 Clinton 
Mary Mrs., res. 105 Chestnut 
Mary E., res. 8 Pond av. 
Michael, steam fitter, res. 110 Central 
Patrick, laborer, res. 26 Fountain 
Patrick, B. Mfg. Co., res. 164 School 
Patrick, city laborer, res. 33 Clinton 
Robert, laborer, res. 110 Central 
Thomas E., mgr. Waltham Mfg. Co., Rum- 
ford av., res. at Newtonville 
Thomas, at E. H. W. Co., res. 99 Russell 
Thomas, at D. F. Co., res. 154 Willow 
William, O'Hara Waltham Dial Co., res. 

26 Fountain 
William F., watchmaker, res. 105 Pine 
Griggs Thomas, farmer, Winter, near West, 

res. do. 
Grimes Lillian, W. W. Co., res. 345 Moody 



Grimes Peter, carpenter, res. 282 River 
Grinned Arthur E.,'at E. H. W. Co., res. 58 
Prospect 

Eugene S., B. Mfg. Co., res. 97 Cushing 

William T., baggagemaster, F. R. R., res. 
77 Gardner 
Gripp Axel, machinist, res. 52 Francis 
Grogan Cassie M., bookkeeper, res. Winter 

Michael J., moulder, res. 144 Willow 
Groom Gertrude E., stenographer, res. 175 
Felton 

Margaret E., widow of John F., res. 175 
Felton 

Nathaniel F., helper, res. 175 Felton 
Grover Edward E., res. 31 Brown 

Forest E., res. 236 Charles 

George W., res. Central House 

John C, died Dec. 3, 1903 

Mary J., widow of Edward, res. 7 Har- 
vard 
Groves Addie Mrs., dressmaker, 164 Moody, 
res. do. 

Charles S., died Oct. 6, 1903 

Edward H., teacher, res. 164 Moody 

Herbert W., res. 164 Moody 

J. Frank clerk (B.), res. 211 Adams 
Gudet Paul, J. L. Mfg. Co., res. 33 Heard 
Gugarty Nellie A. Miss, res. 114 Felton 

Patrick, laborer, res. 114 Felton 

Philip, res. 5 Viles ct. 

Philip H., res. 5 Viles ct. . 

Thomas F., wheel turner, res. 123 Felton 

William, laborer, res. 114 Felton 

William H., laborer, res. 5 Viles ct. 
Giuffre Vincent, prop. Watch City Fruit 

Store. 775 Main, res. do. 
Guilford Augustie, widow of W. Wallace, 
res. 402 Main 

Earl, F. R. R., res. 13 Walnut 

Fred H., foreman, W.W.Co., r. 4 Fiske av. 
Guinan Josie E., res. 109 Charles 

Kittle L., clerk, 107 Moody, res. 109 
Charles 

Mary V., dressmaker, 109 Charles, res. do. 

William, steamship agent and real estate, 
673 Main, res. 109 Charles 
Guirtan Phillip, B. Mfg. Co., res. 394 River 
Gummel Katie, W. W. Co., res. 349 Moody 
Gunnison Alvin W., W. W. Co., res. Robbins 
Gunter Emma A., W. W. Co., res. 82 Rob- 
bins 

Mary Mrs., res. 82 Robbins 
Gustafson August, machinist, res. 92 
Francis 

Claus, farmer, res. 17 Heard 

Gustave, painter, res. 16 Cross. 

John, painter, res. 23 Cross 
Gustat Louis, salesman, res. 1 Stratton ter. 

Julia Mrs., ladies' neckwear, 3 Moody, 
res. do. 



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Guthrie Belle Mrs., res. 223% Moody 

Gurney Maria E., Miss., res. 100 Central 

Gnthro Dollie, res. 238 Calvary 

Emma, Hood Rubber Co., res. 238 Calvary 
Gilbert, shoemaker, 176 Willow, res. 238 

Calvary 
Margaret, Hood Rubber Co., res. 238 Cal- 
vary 
Mary, removed to Newton 
Thomas, laborer, res. 238 Calvary 

Gylling Carl V., clerk, res. 81 Taylor 

HABERLIN JAMES, farmer, res. LincolD 
Hackelton Eliza A., widow of William, res. 
85 Orange 
Oliver, machinist, res. 127 Brown 
Hackett Mary A., died Oct. 7, 1904 

William J., bowling alley, 341 Moody, res. 
at W. Newton 
Hadley Amos D., W. W. Co., res. 98 Myrtle 
Hortense, student, res. 598 Main 
Mary A., widow of Joseph F., res. 598 
Main 
Hadlock Lavina, W. W. Co., res. 21 Robbins 
Hagan Ellen E., res. 37 Central 

Mary E., dressmaker, 37 Central, res. do. 
Hagar George, res. City Home, South 
Herbert L., machinist, res. 205 Brown 
See Hager 
Hagarty Edward J., W. W. Co., res. 99 
Bacon 
James A., clerk, res. 99 Bacon 
John J., clerk, G83 Main, res. 43 Hammond 
John J., laborer, res. 99 Bacon 
Mary, died Jan. 10, 1905 
Thomas F.. B. Mfg. Co., res. 99 Bacon 
Winifred M., res. 99 Bacon 
See Haggarty 
Hagberg Edwin L., machinist, res. 22 

Palmer 
Hager Louis P., clerk, - res. 12 Washington 
av. 
See Hagar 
Haggarty Annie E., res. 15 Gorham 

Daniel, W. B. & D. Works, res. 160 New- 
ton 
Frederick M., W. W. Co., res. 15 Gorham 
John, city laborer, res. 15 Gorham 
Margaret Miss, res. 15 Gorham 
Martha J., nurse, res. 15 Gorham 
William J., clerk, res. 15 Gorham 
Hague Harry (A. H. Hernandez & Co.), 643 

Main, res. 99 Adams 
Haines Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 55 Robbins 
John, overseer paint shop, B. Mfg. Co., 

res. 51 Pine 
Susie, W. W. Co., res. 127 Brown 
William M., job master, W. W. Co., res. 

259 Lowell 
See Haynes 



Haldy Henry L., machinist, res. rear 27 

Derby 
Hale Charles E., W. W. Co., res. 86 Maple 
Haley Caroline, music teacher, 215 Adams 
Mary E., dressmaker, res. 13S Bobbins 
Morgan, W. W. Co., res. 94 Cedar 
Patrick, moulder, res. Foundry av. 
Roscoe E., carpenter, res. 138 Robbins 
See Healey 
Hall Angelina G, widow of Charles, res. 18 

Hall 
Annie B., wid. of Irving S., r. 18 Harris 
Annie C, bookkeeper, E. H. W. Co., res. 49 

Brown 
Benjamin F., clerk, 709 Main, res. 69 Rus- 
sell 
Charles, plumber, res. 13 Gordon 
Charles, Jr., removed to Watertown 
Edwin J., E. H. W. Co., res. 49 Brown 
Frank L., engineer, res. 18 Hall 
George S., insurance agent, 092 Main, res. 

63 Lexington 
Henry C. (Hall & Lyon Co.), apothecary, 

117 Moody, res. 107 Crescent 
Josephine F., teacher, High school, res. 

at Brighton 
HALL LUMAN N., city clerk, office, room 

1, City Hall. res. 1<> Appleton 
Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 18 Hall, res. do. 
Leila M.. clerk, F. R. R. freight office, 

res. 20 Townsend 
HALL & LYON CO. (Henry C. Hall, pres., 

George C. Lyon, mgr., apothecaries, 117 

Moody. Providence, R. I., and Worces- 
ter, Mass. (see front cover) 
Halleran Catherine F., seamstress, res. 63 

Hall 
Esther J., res. 63 Hall 
James, clerk, 199 Moody, res. 63 Hall 
John E., brakeman, res. 122 Charles 
Lawrence A., yard master, F. R. R., res. 

43 Alder 
Martin L., apothecary, 212 Newton, res. 

134 Taylor 
Michael, mason, res. 34 Cedar 
Thomas, iron molder, res. 122 Charles 
Thomas F., mason, 87 Harvard, res. do. 
Hallet Charlotte M., music teacher, W. N. 

C. school, res. Worcester lane 
Herbert A., fireman, F. R. R., res. 523 

Turner 
Oliver H, engineer, F. R. R., res. 171 

Chestnut 
Hallin Ernest, W. W. Co., res. 159 Ash 
Hallinan John, teamster, res. 66 Exchange 
Hal] >in Ambrose. B. Mfg. Co., res. 169 Moody 
Elizabeth, cook. City Home, South, res. 

do. 
Halstead Harold, res. 27 Spruce 
Thomas, res. 27 Spruce 



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Ham Melvin J., blacksmith, 17 Heard, res. 
15 do. 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 15 Heard 
Hamant George, machinist, res. 81 Ash 

Roscoe, machinist, res. 26 Park 
Hamblin George W., carpenter, res. 75 Lex- 
ington 
James B., optician, res. 89 Alder 
Lucie, W. W. Co., res. 159 Brown 
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO. OF 
GERMANY, B. S. Tolman, agent, 021 
Main (see page 111 
Hamill Arthur L., W. W. Co., res., 70 Cen- 
tral 
Belle B., res. 147 Ash 
Willard, E. H. W. Co., res. 267 Robbins 
Hamilton Charles H., paper hanger, res. 24^ 
High 
Carrie L., W. W. Co., res. 267 Robbins 
Charles, machinist, res. 88 Ash 
Charles H., trav. salesman, r. 2 Randall 
Clara, W. W. Co., res. 2 Randall, C. P. 
Clarence E., W. W. Co., res. 24 High 
Clifford E., W. W. Co., res. 247 Moody 
Elizabeth, widow of Fred, res. 53 Alder 
Frank, W. W. Co., res. 2 Randall, C. P. 
James F., E. H. W. Co., res. 2 Randall 
Jessie A., W. W. Co., res. 193 Robbins 
Losetta, W. W. Co., res. 193 Robbins 
Maud, W. W. Co., res. 2 Randall 
Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 97 Myrtle 
Susan 'L., mgr. Adams House, 94 Adams 
Susanna Mrs., res. 193 Robbins 
Hamlet George F., farmer, res. Trapelo rd., 

near Lexington 
Hamlin Edward L., dentist, 661 Main, room 

1, res. 96 Lexington 
Hammerstead Gottfried, painter, res. 34 

Harvard 
Hammond Charles S., W. W. Co., res. 14 
Crafts 
Grace Miss, res. 179 Adams 
J. Clifton, W. W. Co., res. 179 Adams 
Susan J., res. 63 Crescent 
Hampson James, jewel maker, res. 94 Cush- 

ing 
Hampton Catharine, res. 16 Gorham 
Edward, res. 16 Gorham 
Fred, W. W. Co., res. 9 Robbins 
Edwai'd T., machinist, res. 16 Gorham 
Mary, res. 16 Gorham 
Theresa, E. H. W. Co., res. 16 Gorham 
William J., B. Mfg. Co., res. 16 Gorham 
Hamburg Mary, W. W. Co.. res. 185 Moody 
Hanchet Ellen D., teacher, North grammar 

school, res. 1 Lexington ter. 
Hancock John, Mutual Life Ins. Co., 3 
Moody, room 25 
William H.. at Am. W. W. Co., res. 13 
Taylor 



Hand John, laborer, res. 143 Newton 
Handrahan Daniel J., clerk, P. O., res. 39 
Common 
Francis J., reporter, Tribune, res. 39 Com- 
mon 
John, carpenter and builder, 39 Common, 

res. do. 
Joseph B., bookkeeper (B.), res. 39 Com- 
mon 
Patrick, died Feb. 26, 3905 
Raymond A., conductor, res. 72 Robbins 
Sadie J., teacher, Parochial school, Pond, 

near Lexington, res. 39 Common 
Thomas J., stenographer, res. 39 Common 
Handsbury Martin, B. Mfg. Co., res. 220 

Newton 
Handy Arthur E., res. 12 Walnut 

Joseph H., painter, res. 151 Crescent 
Hanley Edward, laborer, res. 23 Bedford 
John F.. grocer, 185 Newton, res. rear 3 

Hall pi. 
Joseph, carpenter, res. 51 Ash 
Martin J., hostler, res. 181 Newton 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 3 Hall pi. 
Margaret C, W. B. & D. Works, res. 16 

Ripley 
Mary, res. 53 Ash 
Michael, res. 3 Hall pi. 
Hanlon Catherine, nurse, res. 9 Taylor 

Mary H., widow of Darby, res. 9 Taylor 
Haunaford Edward E., salesman, res. J. 
Hannaford's, Forest 
Frank IL, farmer, res. J. Hannaford's, 

Forest 
James, res. Ringe House, Forest 
Hannagan Philip D. (Jackson «fe Hannagan), 
hairdresser, 179% Moody, res. 146 Alder 
Hannify James, stone mason, res. Emery 
James L., plumber, 715 Main, res. 46 
Fiske 
HANOVER FIRE INSURANCE CO. of 
New York, E. A. Walker, agent, 637 
Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
Hansberry John, W. Mfg. Co., res. 10 Au- 
burn ter. 
Hansbury Martin, B. Mfg. Co., res. 220 New- 
ton 
Hanscom Cly, W. W. Co., res. 117 Brown 
Louis A., foreman, Free Press, res. 749 
Main 
Hansell Wellington, teacher, M. S. F. M., 

res. do. 
Hansen James M., res. 13 Harvard av. 
Peter, weaver, res. 68 Calvary 
Theodore, laborer, res. 14 Cutter 
Hanson Carl E., machinist, res. 21 Harvard 
Carl L., wood turner, res. Ill Felton 
Fred, carpenter, res. 63 Maple 
William H., W. W. Co., res. 24 Cherry 
Hapenny Augustus, clerk, res. 76 Robbins 



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Hapenny Ernest, W. W. Co., res. 368 Moody 

James J., machinist, res. SG Bacon 
Harclcastle James, res. City Home, South 
Hardigan Margaret Mrs., res. 98 Chestnut 
Hardiman John, res. 156 School 
John C, laborer, res. 12 Oak 
John J., machinist, W. Mfg. Co., res. 51 

Piske 
Marie, widow of Michael, res. 12 Cutter 
Maggie, at B. Mfg. Co., res. 12 Cutter 
Michael, died May 26, 1905 
Michael, laborer, res. Massasoit ct. 
Michael, Jr., plumber, res. 12 Cutter 
See Hardyman 
Harding Addie Miss, res. end of West Dale 
Daniel, U. S. Navy, res. end of Dale 
Eliza A., widow of William S., res. end 

of Dale 
George A., W. W. Co., res. 102 Alder 
Harvey, res. end of West Dale 
Hawley (Harding Knitting Co.), West 

Dale, res. do. 
Nelson J., res. 38 Wellington 
Solomon, produce, res. 85 Bobbins 
Hardy Anna M., widow of Charles W., res. 

60 Taylor 
Arthur L., W. W. Co., res. 274 Crescent 
Charles C, W. W. Co., rooms 79 Cherry 
Charles F., salesman, res. 131 High 
Charles W., died June 13, 1905 
Cyrus W., farmer, res. Lexington 
Edward S., shoe repairer, 52 Spruce, res. 

103 Alder 
Elizabeth, died May 20, 1904 
E. E., prop. Waltham Jewelry Co., 183 

Moody, res. at Boston 
Georgianna, res. 131 High 
Grace E., res. 274 Crescent 
Henry A., res. 79 Cherry 
Henry F., milkman, Dale, beyond Farns- 

worth 
Isaac .W., farmer, res. John K. Hardy's 
John K., farmer, res. Lexington, near 

Lake ' 

Lewis S., milkman, 587 Lexington, res. do. 
Louis B.. conductor, Newton-st. By., res. 

78 Grant 
Mabel T., teacher, res. Lexington, near 

Lake 
Martha E., res. Lexington, near Lake 
Sherbin E., shoemaker, res. 103 Alder 
Hardyman Michael, driver, H. and L. truck 

No. 2, res. 70 Alder 
Michael M., clerk, res. 70 Alder 
See Hardiman 
Hare C. Margaret, nurse, 716 Main 

Bichard J., dentist, 637 Main, room 5, res. 

20 Adams 
Hargraves Joseph, B. Mfg. Co., res. 169 

Newton 



Hargraves William T., moulder, r. 32 Spring 
Harmon Harry E., mngr., 91 Moody, res. 22 

Adams 
Harold Ella, W. W. Co., res. 84 Adams 

James J., B. Mfg. Co., res. 44 Calvary 
Haron Arthur D., W. W. Co., res. 183 Bob- 
bins 
Frank H., W. W. Co., res. Columbus av. 
Harper Clara A., W. W. Co., res. 95 Myrtle 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 58 Bobbins 
Esther I., W. W. Co., res. 95 Myrtle 
Bobert G., W. W. Co., res. 95 Myrtle 
William, W. W. Co., res. 84 Ash 
Harrell Frank O., res. 41 Fiske 
Hariman Elizabeth B., nurse, res. 118 Chest- 
nut 
Laundry, 694 Main 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 153 Adams 
Harrington Benjamin G., yard hand, B. Mfg. 
Co., res. 35 Harvard 
Charles E., res. LI Gardner 
Charles E., teamster, res. 3 Pratt av. 
Charles E., pastor, Corgregational church,. 

res. 16 Harvard 
Edward E., painter, res. 180 Lexington 
Elizabeth P., widow of Amasa, res. South 
Ellen S., widow of Charles, res. 261 Wes- 
ton 
Francis, res. 4 Nornmbega terrace 
Harriet B., teacher, res. 16 Harvard. 
Herman P., res. 11 Gardner 
James F., provisions, 48 Charles, res. 46 

do. 
John W., bicycle maker, res. 2 Winthrop 
Martha, res. Old Forest, near Trapelo rd. 
Mary M., res. 10 Middle-st. ct. 
Mary B., widow of George, res. 475 South 
HAEBINGTON BEVILO E. (Bacon & Saw- 
yer Pharmacy), 165 Moody, res. 11 
Gardner (see page 9) 
Thomas F., postal clerk, F. B. B., res. 27 
Harvard av. 
Harris Bernard, plumber, res. 78 Cushing 
Charles C, engineer, F. B. B., res. 71 

Morton 
Emma J. Mrs., res. 55 Alder 
Frank P., dentist, 27 Moody, room 1, res. 

31 Middle 
Frank E., res. 507 Main 
George B., machinist, res. 78 Cushing 
John, res. 21 Cherry 
John, 2d, clerk, water department, res. 29 

Cherry 
John E., clerk, res. 78 Cushing 
John J., plumber, res. 42 Calvary 
John W., res. 507 Main 
Leman, hostler, res. 101 Biver 
Peter J., plumber, res. 42 Calvary 
Sidney, W. W. Co., res. 86 Bobbins 
Harrison Mary, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 



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Harrison T. Henry, died March 1, 1903 
Hart Daniel, baker, res. 106 Harvard 
James, laborer, res. 1S3 Grove 
Margaret Mrs., res. 183 Grove 
Patrick W., laborer, res. 183 Grove 
Peter F., machinist, res. 79 Alder 
Sarah A., died July 25, 1903 
Hartford Edward G., civil engineer, res. 37 

Howard 
HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO. OF HART- 
FORD, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
Fred S., insurance agent, res. 37 Howard 
Minnie G., W. W. Co., res. 38 Newton 
Hartigan Elizabeth, widow of Michael, res. 
187 River 
Michael J., VV. B. & D. Works, res. 187 

River 

William F., W. B. & D. Works, res. 187 

River 

Hartley John C, W. W. Co., res. Fiske av. 

Samuel, agent, 91 Moody, res. 21 Gorham 

Hartmann William N. G., mason, res. 33 

Newton 
Hartnett Mary, housekeeper, res. 23 Vernon 
Hartwell Alfred B., W. W. Co., res. 179 Ash 
Emma F., widow of Chauncy, res. 20 

Townsend 
Harriet L., ticket agent, Waltham R. R. 

station, res. 842 Main 
Harvey S., W. W. Co., res. 179 Ash 
HARTWELL HENRY W. (Hartwell, Rich- 
ardson & Driver), architect (62 Devon- 
shire, room 17, B.) res. 147 Summer 
Hiram B., mechanical engineer, res. 208 

Brown 
Mabel E., student, res. 20 Townsend 
Martha M. Miss, res. 89 Orange 
Mary A., res. 147 Summer 
Nancy M., wid. of Cephas L., r. 842 Main 
Harvey Alice J., res. 327 School 
Daniel J., E. H. W. Co., res. 327 School 
Edward C, electrician, res. 5 Robbins pi. 
Emest H, civil engineer (West Newton), 

res. 82 Prospect 
Frank A., res. 23 Heard 
HARVEY JOHN L., lawyer, rooms 3 and 4, 
Methodist bldg., 3 Moody, and Mayor of 
Waltham, res. Greenwood av. (see page 
44) 
Mary, widow of John, res. 23 Heard 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 327 School 
Nellie, res. 12 McKenn 
Thomas M., res. 50 Russell 
William H., res. 49 Harvard 
Harwood John, W. W. Co., res. 15 Cushing 
Richard, B. & M. R. R., res. 12 Lawton pi. 
Haseltine Helen Mrs., removed to Lexington 
Haskell Alfred, W. W. Co., res. 35 Wash- 
ington av. 



Haskell George F., agent, 91 Moody, res. 

158 Lowell 
Haskins Edgar F., W. W. Co., res. 77 

Woerd av. 
Hassan Charles M., Am. W. W. Co., res. 11 
Sharon 
James W., paper hanger, res. 11 Sharon 
Mary H, widow of James W., res. 11 
Sharon 
Hassett John J., clerk, res. 276 River 

Marion A., bookkeeper, Am. W. W. Co., 

res. 844 Main 
Mary E., res. 844 Main 
William F., marble worker, 161 Prospect, 
res. 844 Main 
Hastings Bertrand W., pressman, Boston 
Post, res. Waverley Oaks road. 
Herbert C, driver Gibbs Express, res. 

4 Harvard av. 
M. Emma, teacher. North grammar school, 

res. 155 Summer 
M. Jennie, widow of, Clarke, res. 4 Har- 
vard av. 
Nellie, res. 556 Main 

Robert L., E. H. W. Co.. res. 100 Prospect 
Hatch Charles W., engineer, B. & M. R. R., 
res. 50 South 
Ethel E., W. W. Co., res. 36 Washington 

av. 
Herbert, W. W. Co., res. 63 Taylor 
Jason C, machinist, res. 34 Cushing 
John B., at Am W. W. Co., res. 29 Har- 
vard av. 
Lillian F., teacher, South grammar school, 

res. 156 Adams 
William H., W. W. Co., res. 59 Orange 
Hatfield Mary, W. W. Co., res. 23 Brown 

Richard W., painter, res. 108 Lowell 
HATHAWAY CHARLES F., baker, 769 

Main, res. at Cambi*idge (see page 23) 
HATHA WAY'S BAKERY, C. H. Saunders, 
mgr., 769 Main (see page 23) 
Nina, stenographer (B.), res. 77 Woerd av. 
Haven Frank H., W. W. Co., res. 16 Maple 
Leslie, clerk, 101 Moody, res. 149 Ash 
Lewis E., res. 149 Ash 
Havener Arthur R., draftsman, res. 61 Dale 
Fred N., res. 222 Bacon 
Newell W., W. W. Co., res. 222 Bacon 
Havens Francis P., machinist, res. 151 Wes- 
ton 
Haverty Mary, widow of Peter, res. 11 
Spring 
Mary A., at B. Mfg. Co., res. 11 Spring 
Patrick, laborer, Am. W. T. Co., res. 
11 Spring 
Havey Anna, W. W. Co., res. 14 John 

Bernard, O'H. dial factory, res. 16 Dart- 
mouth 
Mandy J. Mrs., res. 5 Robbins place 



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Havey Margaret, widow of Darby, res. 91 
Taylor 
Michael J., stone cutter, res. 40 Clinton 
Patrick, died Nov. 28, 1903 
Thomas E., laborer, res. 40 Clinton 
Thomas, Jr., res. 40 Clinton 
Thomas P., W. W. Co., res. 14 John 
William H., dentist, 93 Moody, res. 404 
Moody 

Hawes Emma L., housekeeper, 220 School 
Lucy M., canvasser, res. 220 School 
L. Anson, 836 Main 
Marion L., teacher, res. 83G Main 

Hawkes George W., fireman, F. R. R., res. 
58 Turner 
James R., nurse, res. 49 Cherry 
Ruth, teacher, The Newhall school, res. 
313 School 

Hawley Benjamin H., clerk, 189 Moody, res. 
100 Pine 
Dexter H., W. W. Co., res. 235 Ash 
Dexter R., inspector (B.), res. 235 Ash 
J. Fred, clerk, res. 57 Taylor 
Winthrop, W. W. Co., res. 235 Ash 

Hawthorne Eliza T., W. W. Co., res. 68 
Cherry 
Laura E., res. 686 Main 

Hay Robert, W. W. Co., res. 310 Crescent 
William Stewart, res. 47 Stearns 

Hayden Albert W., res. 324 Moody 

John R., watchmaker, res. 73 Crescent 

Hayes Annie, W. W. Co., res. 331 Crescent 
Annie L.. res. 21 Bolton 
Archibald J., W. W. Co., res. Gibbs ct. 
Arthur D., harness mfr., 733 Main, res. 

917 do. 
Bonaventure, clerk, 154 Moody 
Daniel, blacksmith, res. 21 Bolton 
Ellen A., widow of William, res. 36 Bacon 
Esther G. Mrs., dressmaker, 49 Winthrop, 

res. do. 
Frank D., W. W. Co., res. 9 Sharon 
Fred K., W. W. Co., res. 12 Harvard pi. 
Harry B., fireman, Engine 2, res. 82 Grant 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Brown 
Patrick, died Feb. 6. 1904 
Phebe, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Brown 
Stephen H, conductor, res. 20 Turner 
William A., plumber, res. Gibbs ct. 
William C, laborer, res. Gibbs ct. 
See Hays 

Haynes George P., painter, res. 997 Main 
L. Gertrude, at Am.W.W.Co., r. 997 Main 
Susie B., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 997 Main 
Jessie P., W. W. Co., res. 174 Brown 
Loise R. Mrs., res. 4 Norumbega ter. 
Warren C, res. 105 Chestnut 
See Haines 

Haywood Chas. F., conductor, r. 49 Vernon 



Haywood George V., salesman, r. 49 Vernon 
May L., res. 49 Vernon 
William F., salesman (B.), res. 49 Vernon 

Hays Charles F., concreter, res. 1 Smith ct. 
Daniel S., veterinary surgeon, res. 1 Smith 

ct. 
Josiah S., res. 234 School 
Timothy C, res. 239 School 
William W., died July 11, 1904 
See Hayes * 

Hayworth George B., painter, res. 12 
Orange 

Headley Allen M., clerk, 194 Moody, res. 8 
Adams 

Heald Anna, clerk, 147 Moody, res. 7 Win- 
throp 
Thomas, warp dresser, res. 7 Winthrop 

Healey Catherine F., res. 488 Main 
Gertrude M., student, res. 121 Ash 
George A., machinist, res. 24 Hammer 
James J., laborer, res. Pond-st. ct. 
Kate, widow of Michael, res. 18 Gorham 
Mary, widow of John, res. Pond-st. ct. 
Mary E., widow of Hugh F., res. 121 Ash 
Mary J., clerk, res. 39 Exchange 
Patrick J., foreman, res. 39 Exchange 
Morgan, gardener, W. W. Co., res. 94 

Cedar 
William E., W. W. Co., res. 488 Main 
William F., watchmaker, res. 24 Hammer 
See Haley, also Healy 

Healy William H, W. W. Co., res. 8 Dart- 
mouth 
See Healey, also Haley 

Heard Alonzo, res. 3 Central 

Mary A., dressmaker, 3 Central, res. do. 
Octavia G, res. 3 Central 
Theodore A., res. 3 Central 

Hearsey James W., salesman (B.), res. 122 
Lowell 

Heasley John W., carpenter and builder, 46 
Cedar, res. do. 
Kate F., dressmaker, 46 Cedar, res. do. 
Mary A., dressmaker, 46 Cedar, res. do. 

Heath Florence, W. W. Co., res. 70 Ash 
George B., W. W. Co., res. 385 Moody 
Lindsey, bookkeeper, res. 30 Bobbins 
Laura Mrs., dressmaker, res. 30 Robbins 
Sarah J., widow of Simon B., res. 70 Ash 
William H, removed to Canada 

Hebb Uriah, blacksmith, res. 19 Harvard av. 

Hebden Edgar, electrician, res. 215 Brown 

Hedlund Fritz, W. W. Co., res. 62 Alder 

Hedman Belle, matron. M. S. F. M., res. do. 
John, teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Walfrid, W. W. Co., res. Tomlin 

Helman Samuel, shoe repairer, 8 Elm, res. 
do. 

Heffernan Anna M., inspector, res. Cran- 
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Heffernan Daniel J., milk dealer, res. Henry 

F. Heffernan's 
Henry P., laborer, res. Cranberry, nearly 

opp. Ash 
James F., painter, res. 95 Francis 
Hegberg Edward, W. W. Co., 'res. 28 Palmer 
Heirstead Arthur T., machinist, res. 100 

dishing 
Helm Fred G., blacksmith, 216 Moody, res. 

07 Walnut 
Helms Mildred, matron, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Hemenway Abigail, widow of Joshua T., 

res. Weston, near Stony Brook 
Charles T., W. W. Co., res. Abigail Hein- 

enway's 
Chester R., machinist, res. 44 Bedford 
David, farmer, 4-es. Abigail Hemenway's 
Frances Mrs., res. 40 Alder 
Grace L., res. Weston, near Stony Brook 
George E., mixer, res. 30 Francis 
Harriet S. Mrs., res. 199 Charles 
Lottie, res. 7 Brown 
Hemeon Clayton I., W. W. Co., res. 7 Ran- 
dall 
Hemler Charles F. (Hutmacher tfc Hemler), 

boots and shoes, 181 Moody, res. 57 

Crescent 
Henderson James, moulder, res. rear 10 Cal- 
vary 
Jessie, W. W. Co., res. 12 Alder 
Lena, W. W. Co., res. 139 Brown 
Hennelly Annie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 78 

Rnssell, res. do. 
Annie L., bookkeeper, 78 Crescent, res. 

126 Pine 
Catharine, teacher, res. 78 Russell 
Prank A., clerk, res. 70 School 
George A., res. 222 River 
Edward J., clerk (B.», res. 222 River 
John, cai-penter, res. 78 Russell 
John P., clerk, res. 222 River 
John J., music teacher, res. 78 Russell 
Joseph A., clerk, res. 70 School 
Mary, widow of Martin, died Aug. 19, 1904 
Mary E., E. H. W. Co., res. 126 Pine 
Michael J., res. 120 Pine 
Patrick F., clerk, res. 70 School 
Thomas, grocer, 220 River, res. 222 do. 
Thomas P., student, res. 222 River 
William J., machinist, res. 120 Pine 
Hennessey John, laborer, res. 35 Williams 
Joseph, oiler, res. 35 Williams 
Thomas, painter, 8 Spring, res. 2 Mack's 

ct. 
Henry Abby Mrs., res. 77 Woerd av. 
George, laborer, res. 25 Williams 
Robert, res. 77 Woerd av. 
William C, treasurer and manager Wal- 

tham Clock Co., 218% Moody, res. 105 

Ash 



Henson Archibald P., W. W. Co., res. 77 
Robbins 
Blanche H. Miss, res. 77 Robbins 
Margery, student, res. 77 Robbins 
Hentzi Bertha L., W. W. Co., res. 59 Brown 

L. August, W. W. Co., res. 59 Brown 
Herbert Annie E., widow of Vital, res. 14 
Sharon 
Herbert Daniel, res. 100 Willow 
Edward A., W. W. Co., res. 14 Sharon 
See Hebert 
Herchenroder Fred W., W. W. Co., res. 24 

Adams 
Hernandez Anna Howes Mrs. (A. H. Her- 
nandez & Co.), 043 Main, and music 
teacher, 94 Robbins, res. do. 
A. H. »fc Co. (A. H. Hernandez and Harry 
Hague), music dealers and variety, 043 
Main 
Lewis R., painter, res. 94 Robbins 
Melquiades, music teacher, 94 Robbins, 
res. do. 
Herrick Bertha, dressmaker, 190 Moody, res. 
do. 
Frank W., res. 190 Moody 
James A., conductor, F. R. R.. res. 9 Hart- 
well 
Marion P., widow of Rev. A. F., res. 70 
Washington a v. 
Hesian Ida, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. Warren 
James, wheelwright, 11 Water, res. Wa- 

verly, L. P. 
James, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 42 Cutter 
James A., stenographer, res. 42 Cutter 
John, res. 113 Hammond 
Julia, B. Mfg. Co., res. Pond-st. ct. 
Mary, widow of Michael, res. Pond-st. ct. 
Michael, bleachery, res. Pond-st. ct. 
Michael, park police, res. 40 Guinan • 
Heuter Peter M., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 

130 Ash 
Hewes N. D., W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Hewett Elizabeth F., dressmaker, res. 20 
A.dams 
Jennie, res. 31 Middle 
William, carpenter, res. 91 Crescent 
Joseph. B. Mfg. Co., res. 8 River-st. av. 
Samuel, laborer, res. 8 River-st. av. 
See Hewitt, also Houett 
Hey George, overseer, B. Mfg. Co., res. 

Hotel Elm 
Heywood Flora P., W. W. Co., res. 159 

Brown 
Hibbard George R., W. W. Co., res. 31 

Beach 
Hiekey Annie, W. W. Co., res. 1 Robbins pi. 

John, moulder, res. 131 Calvary 
Hicks Amy F., W. W. Co.. res. 16 Orange 
Bertha M., W. W. Co., res. 260 Crescent 
Carrie, res. 94 Prospect 



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Hicks Charles E., W. W. Co., r. 260 Crescent 
Cyrus, W. W. Co., res. 22 Robbins 
Edmund A., W. W. Co., res. 2-12 Brown 
Fernando W., W. W. Co.. res. 262 Crescent 
Frank A., E. H. W. Co., res. 25 Hammond 
Freeland O.. W. W. Co., res. 242 Brown 
Fred D., salesman (B.i, res. 63 Crescent 
George S., W. W. Co., res. 259 South 
George T., niotorman, res. 53 Columbus av. 
Maggie S. Mrs., res. 53 Orange 
Hieband Abram. E. H. W. Co., res. 132 Cres- 
cent 
Higginbotham Louise, stenographer (B.), res. 
56 South 
Margaret A., teacher, res. 56 South 
Samuel, W. W. Co., res. 56 South 
Higgins A. Smith, carpenter, res. off War- 
ren, L. P. 
Charles, janitor. Waltham Canoe Club, 

res. do. 
Charles A., W. W. Co., res. Central Fire 

Station 
Charles A., carpenter, res. Hollace. L. P. 
Daniel J., moulder, res. Centre, near Mas- 

sasoit 
Elizabeth, W. W. Co., res. 258 Moody 
Frank, clerk, res. 20 Gorham 
Hannah, widow of Daniel, res. Centre, 

near Massasoit 
Harry, machinist, 21 Crescent, res. 175 

Brown 
Hattie. W. W. Co., res. 395 Crescent 
Herbert C, plumber, res. Hollace. near 

Main 
James, pattern maker, res. 20 Gorham 
James W. Rev., removed to Worcester 
John B., carpenter, res. 20 Gorham 
John B., Jr.. clerk (B.i. res. 20 Gorham 
John F., teamster," res. 108 disking 
John S., W. W. Co., res. 62 Brown 
HIGGINS J. ALBERT, hardware, paints, 
oils, etc., Lawrence bldg., 679 Main, res. 
12 Summer (see page 12) 
Lelia, W. W. Co.. res. 349 Moody 
Mary E., res. 108 Cushing 
Melvin S., res. Charles A. Higgins', Hol- 
lace, L. P. 
Michael, laborer, res. 36 Bacon 
Michael, laborer, res. 6 Castle 
Mildred, res. 12 Summer 
Thomas B. Mfg. Co.. res. Calvary, cor. 
Cedar 
Hight Grace M., stenographer, W. E. W. Co., 
res. 166 Ash 
Martha S.. widow of Clark C, res. 166 Ash 
Hildreth George V., court officer and janitor, 

Police station, res. 198 Lowell 
Hill Amos W.. machinist. W. W. Co., res. 
410 Lexington 
Arthur L.. W. W. Co.. res. 32 Dartmouth 



Hill Bertha M.. teacher, South grammar 
school, res. 33 Adams 
Bessie, W. W. Co., res. 301 Moody 
Candis, W. W. Co.. res. 201 Ash 
Charles R., foreman. W. W. Co., res. 55 

Taylor 
Clarence, W. W. Co., res. 32 Dartmouth 
Derwood W., W. W. Co., res. 73 Crescent 
Ellen, res. South, near Weston line 
Fred H, clerk. 721 Main, res. 81 Prospect 
Fred T. G., electrician, res. 25 Gordon 
George W., W. W. Co., res. 51 Brown 
George W.. baggage master, res. 43 Morton 
Jeanette, nurse, res. 34 Banks 
Lucretia Mrs., res. 55 Taylor 
Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 432 Moody 
Mary. W. W. Co., res. 90 Robbins 
Peter W., gardener, res. Lundn 
Ralph W.. staker, W. W. Co., res. 14 Har- 
vard pi. 
Scott C. W. W. Co., res. 05 Ash 
Walter J., student, res. 14 Harvard place 
Wilford A., W. W. Co., res. 225 Weston 
William E„ driver. W. F. D.. res. 196 Ash 
William H., W. W. Co., res. 410 Lexington 
William H., res. 590 Main 
William J., paper maker, res. South, near 
Weston line 

Hills Edgar, baggage master, B. & M., res. 
1 Dartmouth 
Herbert A., jewel maker, res. 1 Viles ct. 

Hilton Jennie, widow of George A., res. 44 
Pleasant 
Rose, W. W. Co.. res. 64 Maple 
William, res. 2 Chestnut a v. 

Hince Edward, B. Mfg. Co., res. 420 River 

Hinchey Michael, clerk (B.), res. rear 42 
Xewton 
Richard, physician, 17 Pine, res. do. 

Hinds Samuel W., clerk, res. Stratton ter. 

Hines Bridget, widow of Peter, res. 41 Cal- 
vary 
Delia, res. 79 Pond 

Edward, W. Gas L. Co., res. 4S Cutter 
Hugh, laborer, res. 79 Pond 
Julia, died April 24, 1904 
Katherine, stenographer, res. 178 Willow 
Katherine 0., stenographer (B.i, res. 79 

Pond 
Margaret, W. W. Co.. res. 178 Willow 
Margaret I., res. 79 Pond 
Martin C, laborer, res. 178 Willow 
Martin J., clerk, Postoffice. r. 108 Taylor 
Mary E.. housekeeper, res. 178 Willow 
Michael, laborer, res. 175 Xewton 
Michael, W. B. & D. Works, res. 308 River 
"Michael, jeweler, res. 135 Newton 
Peter, died June 2, 1905 
Peter F., clerk, res. 106 Taylor 
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HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. of 
Hingiiain, Mass., E. A. Walker, agent, 
637 Main, room 12 (see page 10,i 
Hinkle Claude H., W. W. Co., res. 199 

Adams 
Hinman Frederick W., machinist, res. 18 

Wadsworth av. 
Hirtel Maud, W. W. Co., res. 97 Ask 
Hoade Julia, died April 7, 1903 
Julia, widow of Michael, res. 49 Guiuan 
Margaret, O'H. W. D. Co., res. 49 Guinan 
P. Joseph, driver, res. 49 Guinan 
Hoar Lorenzo, res. 3 Wellington 
Hoban Michael J., B. Mfg. Co., res. 22 
Williams 
Thomas, machinist, res. 16 Cedar 
Hobbs Eliza E., res. 114 Church 
HOBBS GEORGP] E., machinist, 104 Felton, 
res. Central av., Weston (see page 30) 
Herman E., in charge U. S. weather sta- 
tion, St. Kitts, W. 1. 
Rebecca H., res. 114 Church 
Richard P., carpenter, res. 57 Myrtle 
Hodgdon Adelle, teacher, M. S. F. M. 
Augustus L., W. W. Co.. res. 143 Brown 
Freeman C, chief engineer, W. F. D., res. 

59S Main 
Georgia, died May 10, 1903 
William, driver, res. 17 Union 
Hodge Alfred, student, res. 134 Ash 
Elizabeth G., res. 134 Ash 
Mary G., widow of Rev. Elias, res. 134 

Ash 
Stephen D., Jr.. clerk, res. 82 Fiske av. 
Stephen D., mason, res. 82 Fiske av. 
Hodges George W.. machinist, res. 10 Beech 
nodgkins Albert. W. W. Co.. res. 5<> Orange 
Leonard, motorman. res. 147 Crescent 
Lionel R. (A. J. Gibson & Co.), 77 Pros- 
pect, res, 93S 1 /2 Main 
Mary E. Mrs., res. rear 291 Crescent 
Hodgkiss Myra, W. W. Co., res. 53y 2 Orange 
Hodgman Herbert C, cashier, res. 16 Wash- 
ington av. 
Hodgson Blanche, W. W. Co., res. rear 45 
Robbins 
George, carpenter, 357 Moody 
Hoelscher Herman E., W. W. Co., res. 450 
Moody 
William E., W. W. Co., res. 228 Ash 
Hoffman Bridget, widow of Walter, res. 46 
Spring 
Bertha Mrs., res. 20 Chestnut 
Daniel H., W. W. Co., res. 96 Robbins 
George, res. 46 Spring 
Grant, res. 20 Chestnut 
H. T., W. W. Co., res. 71 Crescent 
Jacob, junk dealer. 2 Day, res. do. 
Simon, junk, res. 2 Day 
See Huffman 



Hoffses Albert, W. W. Co., res. 123 Chestnut 
Elvin J., W. \Y. Co., res. 123 Chestnut 
James, laborer, res. 140 Newton 
Hogan John P., (M. A. Hogan & Son), 601 
Main, res. do. 
Mary A. Mrs. (M. A. Hogan & Son), 601 

Main, res. do. 
M. A. & Son (Mrs. Mary A. and John P. 
Hogan), stationery, 601 Main 
Holbrook Arthur L., lineman. Wire Dept., 
Lexington, res. do. 
Bertha L.. dressmaker, res. 179 Summer 
Catherine, widow of Richard, res. 179 

Summer 
Foster W., student, res. 179 Summer 
Gertrude W., bookkeeper, res. 179 Summer 
Theodore K., harness maker, 179 Summer, 
res. do. 
Holden Alden, baker, res. 1 Daniels pi. 
Cora L., W. W. Co., res. 40 Walnut 
Leon C. clerk (B.), res. 40 Walnut 
Stillman P., carpenter, res. 40 Walnut 
Tina, W. W. Co., res. 180 Brown 
Holdway John F.. milkman, res. 116 School 
Holder Josiah B., tailor, res. 11 High 
Holl Eugene W., organ builder, r. 51 Taylor 

H. Julius, piano tuner, res. 42 Adams 
Holland Elizabeth, widow of George, res. 
Barnes 
John, W. B. & D. Works, res. 202 River 
HOLLAND J. DOUGLASS, district mgr. 
North Western Mutual Life Ins. Co. of 
Milwaukee, Wis., P. O. Box 39, res. 24 
High (see page 4) 
Lena, dressmaker, 12 Fiske, res. do. 
Patrick J., teamster, res. 11 Poud-st. ct. 

. Thomas, bleachery, res. 197 River 

Hollering Frank, W. W. Co.. res. 60 Brown 
Hollis Katherine B., widow of Edwin A., 

res. 17 Elm 
Holm Andrew O.. laborer, res. 133 Pine 

Swan, janitor, res. 17 Calvary 
Holman George, " fireman, Fitchburg Div., 
res. 42 Myrtle 
Isaac N., carpenter and builder, res. Hol- 
lace 
Holmes Andrew, laborer, res. 195 Newton 
Andrew, laborer, res. 53 Calvary 
Charles, teamster, res. 179 Grove 
Mary M., res. 156 School 
Edward W., milk dealer, 49 Crescent, res. 

do. 
Swan E., painter, i*es. 17 Halls pi. 
Oscar H., engineer, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Holroyd Bertha, res. 391 Crescent 
George, res. 391 Crescent 
George, Jr.. W. W. Co., res. 391 Crescent 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 391 Crescent 
Holson Alfred J., L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 387 
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Holt Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 84 Kobbius 
Holstead Axel, clerk, res. 72 Pine 
Thomas, laborer, res. 72 Pine 
George S., salesman, res. 197 School 
HOLYOKE MUT. FIRE INS. CO. OF 
SALEM, D. F. Yiles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
HOME INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, D. F. 
Yiles & Co., agents, 637 Main (see p. 26) 
HOME FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. OF SAN 
FRANCISCO, B. S. Tolman, agent, 621 
Main (see page 11) 
Hong Wong, laundry, 871 Main, res. do. 
Hooban James, at D. & F. Co., res. 6 Parker 
lane 
Patrick J., at D. & F. Co., r. 6 Parker lane 
Thomas, laborer, res. 16 Cedar 
Hood Abbie Mrs., res. 190 Moody 
Alexander J., res. 18 Maple 
Aubery S., W. W. Co., res. 227 Robbins 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 267 Crescent 
Richard S., W. W. Co., res. 224 Robbins 
Hooker James B., died Nov. 9, 1904 

Sarah C. Mrs., res. 11 Taylor 
Hooton F. Reginald, A. W. W. Co., res. 138 
Crescent 
Hattie Mrs., res. 138 Crescent 
Thomas A., boarding house, 138 Crescent, 
res. do. 
Hoover Clayton at E. H. W. Co., res. 82 

Prospect 
Hope George, spinner, res. 290 River 
Joseph F., conductoi', res. 290 River 
Hopkins Charles, coachman, res, Forest 
George, W. W. Co., res. 83 Brown 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 85 Brown 
George W., W. W. Co., res 89 Robbins 
Hattie E., widow of Lewis T., res. 888 

Main 
Leroy F., student, res. 89 Robbins 
Mary L.. clerk, 135 Moody, res. 85 Brown 
Samuel, engineer, res. 14 Cedar 
William, engineer, res. 12 Cedar 
Horan Daniel J., cigar maker, 35 Moody, res. 

Hotel Riverside 
Horn Albert, machinist, res. 80 Adams 
Emma, at E. H. W. Co., res. 197 Charles 
Nellie, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 197 Charles 
William F„ foreman, N. E. T. & T. Co., 
res. 106 Central 
Home William P. (Home & Vandermace), 
electrical contractor, 128 Moody 
& Vandermace (William P. Home, Alex- 
ander L. Vandermace), electrical con- 
tractors, 128 Moody 
Hornbeck H. Edson, optician (B.), res. 266 
Crescent 
Linn E.. W. W. Co., res. 266 Crescent 
Horner Charles D., E. H. W. Co., res. 326 
Crescent 



Horton Carl B., clerk, res. 96 Ash 

George B., police, B. & M. R. R., res. 96 
Ash 
Hosmer Adele H. Mrs., res. 365 Moody 
Clarence A., W. W. Co., res. 117 High 
Elizabeth S., widow of Edward B., res. 

Lincoln, near Smith 
Ethel, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Fannie S., widow of William, res. 122 

Lowell 
James D., res. 90 Church 
Hosty Bertha, res. 58 Charles 

Francis \Y., plumber, res. 58 Charles 
Frank, laborer, res. 58 Charles 
Julia E.. res. 58 Charles 
Thomas, conductor, res. 58 Charles 
Walter, laborer, res. 58 Charles 
HOTEL BULLARD, Mrs. A. E. Billiard, 
prop., 566 Main (see page 14) 
Crescent, C. H. Ames, prop., 25 Crescent ' 
Riverside, William Pacihco, prop., 47-49 
Moody 
Houde Wilfred, at Geo. J. Barker Lumber 

Co., res. 108 Felton 
Houghton Bessie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Charles H., res. 537 Main 
Cornelius J., watchmaker and jeweler, 4 

Moody, res. do 
Eliza W., res. 537 Main 
Harriet M., res. 537 Main 
William C, principal Waltham Manual 
Training school, res. 40 Pleasant 
Houldcroft Edgar, machinist, res. 80 Oak 
Houston Mildred, W. W. Co., res. 58 Robbins 
Hoverter Lilla Mrs., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 

23 Myrtle 
Hovey George G., machinist, res. 43 Win- 
throp 
Hambliu L., died May 12, 1904 
H. Adelaide, widow of Hambliu L., res. 
542 Main 
Howard Ethel, res. 30 Wadsworth av. 
E. Watch Co. Charles, near South 
Horace W., engineer, res. 115 Taylor 
Louisa, res. 130 Prospect 
Lueinda A. Mrs., res. 797 Main 
Nettie, W. W. Co., res. 7 Alder 
Tupper J., W. W. Co., res. 30 Wadsworth 

av 
John, B. Mfg. Co., res. 75 Oak 
Warren, E. H. W. Co., res. 26 Wadsworth 
av. 
Howarth William H.. engraver, res. 913 

Main 
Howatt Minnie G., res. 130 Prospect 

W. Henry, laborer, res. 130 Prospect 
Howe Clarence D., student, res. 43 Stearns 
C. Wesley, clerk (Custom House), res. 65 

Lawrence 
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Howe Ella L., teacher, res. 65 Lawrence 
Elmer C, antique goods, res. 3S7 Moody 
Frank L., W. W. Co., res. 195 Bobbins 
Fred R., salesman, res. 48 Yernon 
George, machinist, res. 121 High 
George E., clerk, res. 19 Chestnut 
Gladys W., teacher, res. 65 Lawrence 
Herbert A., machinist, res. 7 Dexter 
Joseph, W. W. Co., res. 149 High 
Louise M., student, res. 65 Lawrence 
Mary E., res. 3S Newton 
' Nancy M. Mrs., nurse, res. 7 Dexter 
Patrick, teamster, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

179 River 
Sarah M., widow of Henry W., res. 72 

Prospect 
Sophronia, widow of Nahum, res. 38 New- 
ton 
HOWE WILLIAM C, carpenter and build- 
er, 197V 2 Moody, res. 43 Stearns (see 
page 16) 
Howes Albert, machinist, res. 7 Chester av. 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 259 Moody 
Mabel, nurse, res. 716 Main 
Howland Daniel O., W. W. Co., res. 35 Ash 
Fred E., res. 1309 Main 
Marion G., clerk, 5 Moody, res. 3309 Main 
Howorth John, res. 75 Oak 
Hoyle Gardner B., clerk, res. 76 Russell 
Clarissa, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 76 Russell 
Marietta, student, res. 76 Russell 
Roland, weaver, res. 76 Russell 
Howley James J., helper, res. 63 Grove 
Hoyt Andrew J., died April 17, 1905 
Arvilla, died July 15, 1903 
Daphne E., widow of Andrew, res. 29 

Gushing 
Gertrude M., stenographer, res. 29 Cush- 

ing 
Margaret, widow of George L., res. 241 

Lowell 
Otis, W. W. Co., res. 27 Walnut 
Walter S., city physician, 104 Crescent, 

res. do. 
William M. (Orr & Hoyt), carriage mfr., 
Harvard, cor. Charles, r. 2 Harvard av. 
Hoyting William, W. W. Co., res. 139 Ash 
Hub Depai"tment Store, J. P. Cronin, prop., 

95 and 97 Moody 
Hubbard Jennie Mrs., res. 12 Gordon 

Newell L. Mrs., res. 12 Gordon 
Hudson George H., res. 336 Moody 

George M., city messenger, City Hall, res. 
101 Alder 
Huffman, see Hoffman 

Huggard George B., clerk (Newton), res. 70 
Washington av. 
Loila, W. W. Co., res. 83 Cherry 
Hughes Alice E.. stenographer (B.), res. 12 
Highland 



Hughes Bridget, res. 63 Calvary 

Daniel L., brakeman, res. 123 Prospect 
Edwin, bookkeeper, res. Bullard House 
Elizabeth M., widow of Joseph F., res. Ill 

Alder 
Estelle, res. 27 Brown 
James J., asst. engineer, res. 52 Taylor 
John P., clerk, res. 221 Newton 
Joseph, boiler maker, res. 108 Charles 
Mary A., dressmaker, res. 63 Calvary 
Patrick H., machinist, res. 230 School 
Philip K., blacksmith, res. 15 Hartwell 
Stella G.. W. W. Co., res. 12 Highland 
Thomas F., clerk, res. 221 Newton 
Thomas H., F. R. R., res. 12 Highland 
William B., machinist, res. Ill Alder 

Hull Amy Y., bookkeeper (B.), res. 10 
Francis 
Annie G., nurse, res. 10 Francis 
Arthur A., machinist, res. 10 Francis 
Edgar L., foreman, dial department, W. 

W. Co., res. 69 Riverside av., C. P. 
Frederick T., provisions, res. 10 Francis 
Hannah S., widow of William IL, res. 26 

Liberty 
Henry N., W. W. Co., res. 63 Taylor 
Joseph, produce, 856 Main, res. do. 
Joseph H., died Sept. 15, 1904 
Moses A., provisions, 10 Francis, res. do. 

Humphrey Albert, res. 5 Whitney av. 
Campbell, insurance, res. South, near 

Robert's Crossing 
Charles T., W. W. Co., res. 20 Auburn 
E. A. Mrs., res. 12 Townsend 
Gordon C, laborer, res.. 10 Whitney av. 

HUMPHREY OSCAR H., proprietor Cen- 
tral Loan Office, 103 Moody, res. do. 

Hunger May L., widow of Frank L., res. 
128 Adams 
William P., painter, res. 79 Hammond 

Hunt Arthur W.. driver, res. 73 Lexington 
Blanche A., clerk, 205 Moody, res. 1 

Bemis av. 
C. F. (Mrs. Flora N. Hunt), proprietor 

Waltham Crockery Store, 719 Main 
Flora N. Mrs. (C. F. Hunt), crockery, etc., 

719 Main, res. 19 Howard 
Franklin L., student, res. 19 Howard 
Henry E., farmer, res. Forest 
Mary A., bookkeeper, res. 918 Main 
Willard, carpenter, res. 5 Norumbega ter. 
William H., canvasser, res. 1 Bemis av. 

Hunter Augustus C. carpenter, res. 20 Alder 

Hunting Ruth, res. 10 Gordon 

Huntley Horace C, W. W. Co., res. 109 
High 

Huntress Addie, widow of George E„ res. 
41 Lowell 

Hurd Arthur F., W. W. Co., res. 58 Woerd 
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Hurd Elinor A., res. 270 Moody 

Elizabeth E., widow of Joseph W., res. 

270 Moody 
Jennie A., at Am. W. W. Co.. res. 82 

Prospect 
J. Allan, clerk (B.I. res. 270 Moody 

Hnrlbnrt Ida Mrs., res. 56 Myrtle 
Myrtle. W. W. Co.. res. 56 Myrtle 
Zada, res. 56 Myrtle 

Hurley Edward A., musician, res. 133 Pine 
James, W. W. Co.. res. 109 Newton 
Joseph J., salesman, res. 333 Pine 
Patrick, died Oct. "3. 1904 
Peter, painter, res. 109 Newton 
Peter, carpenter, res. 54 Central 
Rose, widow of James, res. 169 Newton 
Sarah A., widow of Patrick, res. 133 Pine 

Hussey Bridget J., widow of Michael, res. 
103 Harvard 
John F., clerk, res. 103 Harvard 
John H. contractor, res. 28 Clinton 
Martin, laborer, res. 28 Clinton 
Michael, machinist, res. 103 Harvard 

Hussian Bessie A., operator, 2 Lexington, 
res. 42 Cutter 
James S., clerk (Fitchburg). res. 42 Cutter 
James, Am. W. W. Co., res. 42 Cutter 

Hussion, see Hession 

Hutchinson Claribel M. Mrs., physician. 814 
Main. res. do. 
Herbert E.. W. W. Co.. res. 198 Moody 
John O.. res. 814 Main 
Louis J., res. Main. cor. Liberty 

Hutmacher Christian (Hutmacher & Hem- 
ler), 181 Moody, res. 180 Brown 

HUTMACHER & HEMLER (Christian 
Hutmacher (Charles F. Hemler), boots 
and shoes. 181 Moody (see page 12) 

Hyde Annie T., widow of Harlan P.. res. 
33 Harris 
Eliza Mrs., died July 8, 1903 
Harriet A., widow of George S.. res. 17 

Bacon 
Mary A., clerk. 1 City Hall, res. 17 Bacon 
Myra, W. W. Co., res.. 387 Moody 
Nettie. W. W. Co.. res. 387 Moody 
Russell T.. student, res. 33 Harris 
Stanley T., student, res. 33 Harris 

Hyndman Minnie W. W. Co.. res. 10 Martin 

Hynes Elizabeth. W. W. Co., res. 25V 2 Ash 
Frank L., laundryman, res. 31 Charles 

HYNES JOHN H. & CO., roofers, 43 Cedar, 
res. do. (see page 18) 
Mamie J., res. 43 Cedar 
Michael J., painter, res. 43 Cedar 
Nellie J., res. 43 Cedar 
see Hines 

IBY FRANK J., died April 30, 1903 
Johanna, wid. of Nelson W.. i\ 42 Bolton 



Iby Mary T., res. 42 Bolton 

Mary, Hood Rubber Co.. res. Bolton and 

Acorn 
William, buckle maker, res. 42 Bolton 
Illingworth Elbridge M.. res. 14 dishing 
Immaime! M. E. Church. Moody, cor. Cherry 
Ingalls Izora, at Am. \Y. W. Co.. res. 90 

Cherry 
Infants Hospital, rear 751 Main 
Ingoldsby Thomas F. & Co.. dry and fancy 

goods. 1 and 2 Moody, res. r>t>4 Main 
limes William, teamster, res. 109 Willow 
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, 
PHILADELPHIA. D. F. Yiles & Co.. 
agents, 637 Main (see page 20 1 
Ireland Patrick H.. ins. agent, res. 76 Ex- 
change 
Irish Cornelius, real estate, res. 272 Moody 

Ernest C. res. 34 Russell 
Irving Evelyn, teacher. South grammar 

school, res. 143 Brown 
Irwin James Mrs., res. 1 Harvard 
L. S.. carpenter, res. 03 Francis 
Isaacson Albert, painter, res. 84 dishing 
Charles, laborer, res. 82 dishing 
Charles R., laborer, res. 07 Taylor 
Emil. loom fixer, res. Hall place 
Godfrey, laborer, res. 82 Cusbing 
Martin G.. 113 Moody, res. 84 Cnshing 
Oscar A.. W. W. Co.. res. 84 dishing 
William weaver, res. 82 Cnshing 
Isenor Lillian. W. W. Co.. res. 118 Chestnut 
Isertell Charles T.. res. 12 Leonard 

JACK JOHN, beamer. res. 37 Gordon 
Jackson Alfred L. (Jackson & Hannigan), 

hairdresser, basement 179 Moody, res. 

49 Myrtle 
Alfonso M.. W. W. Co.. res. 15 Gordon 
Atwood J., res. 125 Chestnut 
Bertha, bookkeeper, res. 556 Main 
Edward C. W. W. Co.. res. 22 Brown 
Edward L.. r^s. 59 Walnut 
Eliza A. ..widow of Joseph, res. 13 Win- 

throp 
Ella A. Mrs., res. 150 Crescent 
Elizabeth, res. Clark's lane 
Elsie, res. 16 Fiske 

Elizabeth A., teacher, res. Clematis av. 
Ernest B., W. W. Co.. res. 157 Lowell 
Fannie, W. W. Co.. res. 55 Walnut 
Frank, prop. The Kensington Press, rear 

85 Hall. res. 39 Alder 
Frank H., machinist, res. Clematis av. 
George H, salesman, res. Clematis av. 
Hattie. W. W. Co.. res. 46 Adams 
John W. A., farmer. Trapelo rd., res. do. 
Joseph A., machinist. W. W. Co., res. 13 

Winthrop 
Marshall C. W. W. Co.. res. 210 Ash 



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Jackson Robert, machinist, res. 16 Fiske 
Theodore F., watch-case maker (Province 

ct., B.), res. 352 Main 
Thomas, res. 206 Calvary 
Walter B., W. W. Co.. res. 13 Winthrop 
Walter D., watchmaker, 663 Main, res. 

556 do. 
Walter F., printer, res. 39 Alder 
William P., clerk, (B.), res. 66 Hammond 
& Hannagan (Alfred L. Jackson and Philip 
D. Hannagan), hairdressers, basement 
179 Moody 
Jacobs Charles F., steam fitter, res. Beaver 
Jacobson Harold F., clerk, Waltham Pub. 
Lib., res. 56 Fiske 
Martin, clerk, res. 178 Bobbins 
Norman, designer, res. 56 Fiske 
Jacques Frederick A., J. L. T., Mnfg. Co., 
res. 17 Hartwell 
Wesley, storekeeper, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Jakeman John, tailor, res. 144 Charles 
Samuel J., W. W. Co., res. 25 Brown 
James Brother, director St. Joseph's School, 
res. 14 Pond 
Celia M. Mrs., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 
185 do. 
Janes Bros. (John E. and Charles W.), 
provisions, 87 Moody 
Charles W. (Janes Bros.), 87 Moody, res. 

400 Crescent 
John Elmer (Janes Bros.), 87 Moody, res. 
49 Washington av. 
Jarvis Anna O., clerk, 145 Moody, res. 23 
Walnut 
George, mason (12 Marshall, B.), res. 75 

Chestnut 
Helen, res. 326 Lexington 
Martha, res. 326 Lexington 
William F.. physician, res. 326 Lexington 
Jeanguein Paul, machinist, res. rear 27 

Derby 
Jeffery Brenda B., W. W. Co., res. 411 Main 
Jeanrichard Marius, E. H. W.' Co., res. 22 

Sun 
Jenison Lotta C, widow of Elijah, res. 164 
Moody 
see Jennison 
JENKINS ELIZABETH FOSTER MRS., 
chiropodist and manicure, lS7y 2 Moody, 
res. do. (see p. 9) 
George, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 171 School 
Jenks Willard H, bookkeeper (B.), res. 58 

Myrtle 
Jennings Emma M., housekeeper, res. 22 
Prospect Hill av. 
James B., laborer, res. 159 School 
Martha A. L., res. 37 dishing 
Michael E., confectionerv, 27 School, res. 
do. 
Jennison Arthur, res. 83 Russell 



Jennison Elmer E., apothecary, 208 Moody, 
cor. Gushing, res. 140 Lowell 
Isabella M. Miss, res. 83 Russell 
John M., electrician, res. 28 Hall 
M. Etta, money order clerk, Post Office, 

res. 71 Chestnut 
Phineas, res. 71 Chestnut 
See Jenison 

Jensen Conrad, jewel maker, res. 13 High- 
laud 
Ida G, widow of Thomas H., res. 13 High- 
laud 
Mary I-., W. W. Co., res. 13 Highland 

Jern Gustave, machinist, res. 57 Walnut 

Jewell Earl G, W. W. Co., res. 98 Maple 
Hiram, 164 Chestnut 
Sarah B., widow of Isaac B., res. Moody 

Jewett Arthur G, clerk, res. 61 High 
Edward T., W. W. Co., res. 61 High 
Philip H., res. 61 High 
Rollin D., machinist, res. 61 High 
Sarah, widow of Luther K., res. A. Hun. 

Berry, Prospect Hill av. 
Sarah E., teacher of drawing (Weston), 
res. A. Huu. Berry's, Prospect Hill av. 

Joadrie Bertha Miss, res. 59 Chester av. 
Charles, W. W. Co., res. 80 Bobbins 
Mary Mrs., res. 59 Chester av. 

Johanson Alexanda, W. W. Co., res. 80 
Brown 

Johnson Adolph, peddler, res. 12 Day 
Albert, machinist, res. 54 Bedford 

Johnson Amos, engineer, res. Dale 
Andrew L., res. 14 Highland 
Aunie R. Mrs., res. 32 Spring 
Arthur, blacksmith, 14 Spring, res. Ex- 
change place 
August, painter, res. 14 Stearns 
Augustus, W. W. Co., res. 31 Orange 
Bertha, teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 

JOHNSON BYRON BERKELEY, lawyer, 
(89 State, rm. 82, B.j, res. 45 Pond (see 
page 44) 
Carl, laborer, res. 22 Cutter 
Carrie T., res. 180 Bobbins 
Charles, horseshoer, res. 44 Francis 
Charles, laborer, res. 2 Yiles ct. 
Charles, student, res. 31 Orange 
Charles A., W. W. Co., res. 93 Chestnut 
Charles A., horseshoer, res. 170 Moody 
Charles M.. steam titter, res. 102 Howard 
Edward H., died Jan. 25, 1904 
Eleanor L. Mrs., res. 23 Maple 
Ella A. Mrs., res. 47 Wadsworth av. 
Ellen, W. W. Co., res. Vt2 Moody 
Erastus, res. 47 Wadsworth av. 
Ernest L., at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 163 River 
Eveline, res. 23 Palmer 
E. Gertrude, music teacher, res. 23 Maple 
E. Yiola Miss, res. 180 Robbius 



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Johnson Francis M., res. 180 Robbins 

Frederick P., student, res. Waverley 

Oaks road 
Fred H., organ builder, res. 49 Sharon 
Fred A., W.W. Co., res. 380 Robbins 
Frederick W., mason, res. Waverley 

Oaks road 
Gertrude, res. 278 Crescent 
George F., clerk, res. 6 Willow 
George L., jeweler, 663 Main, res. 63 

Chestnut 
Gustav, died May 31, 1903 
G. Frank, clerk, 661 Main, res. 6 Willow 
Harold B., clerk, res. 378 Newton 
Herbert B., clerk, 212 Newton, res. 16 

Stearns 
Horace 1., apothecary, 617 Main, res. 12 

Lyman 
Ida L., teacher, Plympton sch., r. 6 Willow 
Irving, electrician, res. 56 Dale 
Isabell M., W. W. Co., res. 234 Charles 
James T., Jr., clerk, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. 56 Dale 
James T., J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 56 Dale 
John, peddler, res. 12 Day 
John B., machinist, res. 45 Lowell 
John B., harness maker, 733 Main, res. 

81 Francis 
John L., W. W. Co., res. 106 Taylor 
John W., W. W. Co.. res. 378 Newton 
Joseph, W. W. Co., res. 43 6 Moody 
Julia G., W. W. Co., r. 47 Wadsworth av 
Lottie Mrs., res. 29 Gordon 
Mary E.. res. 12 Lyman 
JOHNSON MELVIN M. (Rogers, North • & 
Johnson), lawyer, (89 State, rm. 82, B.), 
res. 45 Pond (see page 44) 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 56 Alder 
Newell D., res. 428 Lexington 
Olaf W., grinder, res. 99 Taylor 
Orraville A., widow of Robert, res. 63 

Chestnut 
Oscar, buckle maker, res. off South, opp. 

Dartmouth 
Oscar, painter, res. 16 Cross 
Peter, weaver, res. 13 Mechanic 
Peter C. blacksmith, res. 120 Bacon 
Robert M.. W. W. Co., res. 41 High 
JOHNSON ROBERT B., watches, etc., 663 
Main, res. 362 Lexington (see under 
Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 
Sarah, res. 56 Alder 
T. B., W. W. Co.. res. 23y 2 Clinton 
Watson, painter, res. 84 Francis 
William H, died Feb. 5, 1905 
JOHNSON WILLIAM H. insurance and 
real estate, paper hangings and mould- 
ings, 661 Main and 211 Moody, res. 6 
Willow (see pages 11-17) 
see Jeanson, also Johnston 



Johnston Annie F.. dressmaker, 3 Walnut, 
res. do. 
Bros. (John T. and William J.), creamery, 

152 Moody 
James T., Jr., clerk, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. 56 Dale 
Fletcher C, clerk, 152 Moody, res. 14 

Gardner 
John T. (Johnston Bros.), creamery, 152 

Moody, res. at Maiden 
Ira E., salesman, res. 158 Dale 
William J. (Johnston Bros.), creamery, 
152 Moody, res. at Maiden 
Johannot Ira E., salesman, res. 158 Dale 
Jolan Delia, milliner, 99 Moody, res. at 

Waverley 
John Austin, polisher, res. 5 Fern 

Elzeore, polisher, res. 110 Charles 
Jollota Kate, W. W. Co., res. 170 Adams 
Jones Alfred A., shipper, res. 18 Moore 
Annette, nurse, res. 13 Liberty 
Annie C, W. W. Co., res. 61 Brown 
Arthur W., farmer, res. 261 Weston 
Arthur W.*, machinist, res. 361% Moody 
Arthur C, W. W. Co., res. 47 Derby 
Benjamin F.. adjuster, W. W. Co., res. 169 

Hammond 
Catharine, widow of William, res. 18 

Moore 
Charles F., res. 32 High 
Daniel E., compositor, res. 67 Lowell 
Dexter F., farmer, Main, near Weston 

line, res. do. 
Elizabeth R., mgr.. 162 Moody 
Ellen M.. principal Pond End School, res. 

at Weston 
Emma, bookkeeper, res. 18 Moore 
Emma C, res. 261 Weston 
Emma R. Mrs., res. 61 Brown 
Esther L., widow of Abel, died Nov. 14. 

1904 
Ethel M., E. H. W. Co., res. 39 High 
Florence W., teacher, res. 91 Summer 
E. Louise, librarian, res. 91 Summer 
Frank L., machinist, W. W. Co. res. 53 

Alder 
Frank, carpenter, res. 18 Moore 
Fred A., clerk, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 56 

Hammond 
Geraldine S., clerk. State House (B.), res. 

91 Summer 
George F., E. H. W. Co., res. 19 High 
George T., master mechanic, B. Mnfg. Co., 

res. 295 Moody 
Georgie S. Mrs., res. 30 Taylor 
Harry L., engineer, res. 56 Ham- 
mond 
Henry A., salesman, res. 91 Summer 
Henry S.. res. 91 Summer 
Herbert E., res. 295 Moody 



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Jones Herbert F., res. 2 Daniels place 
Isabelle Mrs., res. 19 High 
John H., porter, 117 Moody, res. 96 Felton 
John J., clerk, res. 27 Gorham 
Katherine D., teacher, The' Thomas Hill 

school, res. 91 Summer 
Lewis K., clerk, res. 91 Chestnut 
Lydia B., died Feb. 9, 1905 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 231 School 
Mary E., res. 2 Daniels ct. 
Moses, farmer, res. off West, near Winter 
Moses. Jr., carpenter, res. 72 Taylor 
Richard, res. 231 School 
Richard A., supt. of streets, office Pond, 
next to City Stables, res. 56 Hammond 
Richard G., W. B. W. Co., res. 231 School 
Roy, driver, res. 396 Lexington 
Samuel, jeweler, res. 312 Newton 
S. K. Mrs., res. 3 Rumford av., C. P. 
Thomas, painter, died Sept. 18, 1904 
Thomas (estate), painters, 162 Moody 
Wilfred B., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 88 

Maple 
William, jeweler, res. 312 Newton 
William, W. VV. Co., res. 303 Crescent 
William E., painter, res. 368 Moody 
William F., driver patrol wagon, res. 153 

Moody 
William J., laborer, res. 88 Oak 
William O.. W. W. Co.. res. 69 Orange 
William O., hairdresser, 353 Moody, res. 
138 Brown 

Jordan Addie, W. W. Co., res. 17 Brown 
Amelia M., widow of Wendell S., res. 184 

Hammond 
Frank, machinist, res. 28 Cushing 
G. Edwin, agent W. B. & D. Works, 

River, res. 325 Bacon 
Lillie, W. W. Co., res. 17 Brown 
Malcolm H., clock maker, res. 219 Moody 
Margaret Mrs., res. 17 Brown 
Stella M., W. W. Co., res. 184 Ham- 
mond 
Wendell S., died April 14, 1904 
William, jeweler, res. 62 Hall 

JOSE F. J. MRS., milliner, 3 Moody, rm. 13 

Joseph Lydia B., widow of Abna B., res. 
Harvard 

Josephson Annie, clerk, 109 Moody, res. 21 
Calvary 
John L., emp. F. R. R., res. 21 Calvary 

Journeay Phillas, W. W. Co., res. 334 Cres- 
cent 

Jowbert George, driver, res. 106 Felton 
Josephine, widow of Moses, res. 106 

Felton 
Josephine, weaver, res. 106 Felton 
Moses, died May 17. 1903 

Joy Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 292 River 

Joyce Bessie A., res. 50 Pine 



Joyce Eunice, wid. of Patrick, r. 56 Central 
John, mason, res. rear 21 Calvary 
Joseph, carpenter, res. 56 Central . 
Lawrence J., carpenter, res. 56 Central 
M. Addie and Helen L., res. 57 Adams 
Mary Grace, spooler, res. 56 Central 
Nellie C, W. W. Co., res. 68 Hall 
Patrick, finisher, res. 56 Central 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 68 Hall 
Sarah Mrs., res. 68 Hall 
Judge John, engineer, res. 59 Cedar 
Justason Frank C, milkman, res. 116 School 
JUSTASON G. ERNEST, grocer, 16 Lexing- 
ton, res. 116 School (see page 22) 
Joy Margaret, at A. W. W. Co., res. 292 
River 

KALLOCH HERBERT J., printer, res. 22 

Lawrence 
Kampe John E., W. W. Co., res. 84 Alder 
Kallstenus Emmy, W. W. Co., res. 185 

School 
Kane Andrew P., laborer, res. Kingsley ct. 
Gertrude E., student, res. 164 Willow 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 95 Robbins 
John. W. B. & D. Works, res. 164 Willow 
Martin, laborer, res. Kingsley ct. 
Mary, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. Kingsley ct. 
Mary A. Mrs., res. 38 Common 
Mary E., res. 161 Willow 
Michael J., blacksmith, res. Exchange pi. 
Patrick, laborer, res. 36 Cedar 
Robert F.. res. 164 Willow 
Thomas, molder. res. 286 River 
Thomas A., W. B. & D. Works, res. 164 

Willow 
see Keane, also Cain 
Kanisland Sigra, W. W. Co., res. 14 Fuller 
Kaplan Abe, shoe repairer, 7 Church, res. at 
Chelsea 
Joseph, carpenter, res. 14 Day 
Kappler Francis J., W.W.Co., r. 26 Maple 
Joseph L., machinist, res. 26 Maple 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 26 Maple 
Katwick Ryner C, glass cutter (B.), res. 

cor. Newton and River 
Katz Morris, junk dealer, res. 16 Benefit 
Kay Emily Mrs., dressmaker, res. 63 High 
Keach Blanche C, W. W. Co., res. 143 
Lowell 
Clara, widow of George H., res. 143 

Lowell 
Mabel M., W. W. Co., res. 143 Lowell 
Keane Martin J., teamster, r. rear 96 Bacon 
Mary, widow of Michael, died March 2, 
1905 
KEANE MICHAEL, marble worker, 731 
Main, res. 39 Leonard (see page 23) 
Michael J., blacksmith, res. Exchange pi. 
see Kane, also Cain 



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Keany Patrick, at W. B. & D. Works, res. 
240 Calvary 
William, W. W. Co., res. 385 Moody 
Kearns Catherine L., res. 115 Pond 
John P., died Dec. 6, 1903 
Michael, laborer, res. 120 Bacon 
Patrick, res. 115 Pond 
Patrick, Jr., conductor, res. 115 Pond 
KEARNS THOMAS P., lawyer, 621 Main, 
room A, res. 115 Pond (see page 42) 
William J., plumber, 586 Main, res. 52 

Calvary 
see Kerns 
Kearsley George A., student, res. 90 Alder 
Jeremiah, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 90 Alder 
William T., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 90 Alder 
Keating James, gardener, Notre Dame 
school, res. Massasoit 
Margaret, res. 17 Charles 
Mary E., tailoress, 694 Main, res. 17 
Charles 
Keefe Dennis B., motorman. res. Warren av. 
KEEPE PRANK M., flour, hay and grain, 
coal and wood, Lexington, near R. R., 
res. 158 Lexington (see page 9) 
John J., clerk (Prank M. Keefe), res. 158 

Lexington 
Patrick, foreman, res. South 
Keegan Michael J., watchmaker, res. 63 

Crescent 
Keeley Frances M., W. W. Co.. res. 41 High 

Lillian, W. W. Co., res. 41 High 
Keenan Annie, widow of Michael, res. 22 
Lawton place 
Annie, widow of Hugh, res. Calvary . 
Clara, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 22 Lawton place 
Edward, driver, res. 22 Lawton place 
Elizabeth, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 237 School 
Elizabeth, wid. of James, res. 237 School 
John, farmer, res. Warren 
John J., driver, Am. Ex. Co., res. 156 

Bacon 
Joseph J., station agent, Waltham Hld's., 
res. 237 School 
Keene John S., laborer, 254 Linden, res. do. 
Lila W., typewriter (B.), res. 154 Robbins 
Kehoe Edward, res. .Sibley road 
Eva. W. W. Co., res. 359 Moody 
Grace, W. W. Co., res. 359 Moody 
Robert S.. carpenter, res. 359 Moody 
Keirstead Arthur T., machinist, res. 100 
Cushing 
Fred E., clerk, 8 Moody, res. 73 Alder 
Joseph E., N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 17 Grant 
William, laborer, res. 53 Ash 
Sanford. carpenter, res. 10 Prospect av. 
Keith Alice C, res. rear 700 Main 
Frank L., teacher (B.), res. 34 Banks 
Maria M., widow of Edward M., res. rear 
700 Main 



Keith Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 

Walter M., W. C. Co., res. 124 Chestnut 
Keller Isabella, died Jan. 10, 1905 
Kelley Everett S., teamster, res. 38 Charles 
Frank J., Carriage painter, res. 5 Munroe 

av. 
George P., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 67 

Ash 
Harry, weaver, res. 11 Mechanic 
Herbert S., salesman, 118 Bacon, res. 307 

School 
Horace H., at W. E. W. Co., res. 38 

Charles 
John, spinner, res. 10 Mechanic 
John B., hack, boarding and livery stable, 

701 Main, res. 19 Russell 
Michael, laborer, res. 54 Charles 
Michael, laborer, res. 283 River 
Owen, laborer, res. 101 Bacon 
Patrick J., foreman, 701 Main, res. 54 

Charles 
Sarah Miss, res. 54 Charles 
Thomas, hostler, res. 19 Russell 
Thomas, fireman, Gas House, res. Bright 
Thomas E. (King & Kelley), carriage 

manfr., 821 Main, res. 98 Bacon 
Timothy, laborer, res. 54 Charles 
see Kelly 
Kelliher Josephine F., res. 3 Lexington 
Kellogg Alfred S., pres. Mass. Fan Co., Bed- 
ford, near Prospect 
Arthur, W. W. Co., res. 169 Adams 
Frank, clerk, res. 169 Adams 
Kelly Agnes J., res. 128 Bacon 
Annie T., widow of John, res. 184 Ham- 
mond 
Ann, res. City Home, South 
Annie T.. clerk, res. 144 Summer 
Catharine, res. 102 Cushing 
Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 128 Bacon 
Delia, res. 26 Lexington 
Edward H., res. rear 159 Newton 
Edward J., carriage painter, res. 128 

Bacon 
Edward M. (Glynn & Kelly), apothecary, 
705 Main, res. 17 Pine 
KELLY GEORGE I. & CO., clothiers, hat- 
ters and furriers, 143 Moody, res. 17 
Wellington (see page 25) 
Henry H., asst. supt. W. G. L. Co., res. 

43 Lowell 
James B., teamster, res. 86 Ash 
James D., salesman (B.), res. 65 Calvary 
James F., O'Hara Dial Factory, res. 75 

Bacon 
James V., laborer, res. 86 Oak 
John, res. 32 Middle 
John, farmer, res. 144 Summer 
John, .ianitor, 621 Main. res. 166 School 
John J., clerk, res. 64 Exchange 



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Kelly John J., iron worker, r. Hastings av. 
John T., machinist, res. 32 Middle 
Joseph D., clerk, 16 Linden, r. 144 Summer 
Joseph N., clerk, 25 Moody, res. 32 Middle 
Julia, res. rear 144 School 
Martin, laborer, res. 221 Grove 
Martin P., foreman, res. 75 Bacon 
Martin It., gateman, res. (54 Exchange 
Mary, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 75 Lexington 
Mary L., res. Massasoit ct. 
Mary G., clerk, 096 Main, res. 144 Summer 
Michael, teamster, B. Mnfg. Co., res. Mas- 
sasoit ct. I 
Michael E., res. Michael Kelly's, Mas- 
sasoit ct. 
Michael J., clerk, 118 Bacon, res. 77 do. 
Nora, W. W. Co., res. 144 oummer 
Nora, widow of John, res. 144 School 
Patrick, baker, 561 Main, res. 144 Summer 
Patrick, W. B. & D. Works, res. 207 River 
Patrick H., compositor, res. 64 Exchange 
Patrick J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. Michael 

Kelly's, Massasoit ct. 
Peter, died July 28, 1904 
Peter, Jr., foreman, res. 75 Bacon 
Sarah, widow of Peter, res. 75 Bacon 
Thomas, res. rear 159 Newton 
Thomas P., clerk, 611 Main, res. 144 

Summer 
Thomas F., tallyman, 318 Bacon, res. 64 

Exchange 
Thomas P., laborer, res. 73 Harvard 
see Kelley 

Kelton Moses B., peddler, res. 208 Calvary 
Kelty Annie, res. 89 Central 
Bridget, widow of Michael, res. 89 Central 
Ellen, at laundry, res. 89 Central 
John H, clerk, 87 Moody, res. 89 Chestnut 
Rose, laundress, res. 89 Central 
Kempton Joseph H., machinist, res. 182 
River 
Robert, W. B. & D. Works, res. 182 River 
Robert H., clerk (B.), res. 94 Chestnut 
Kencle Esther A., W. W. Co., res. 52 Woerd 

avenue 
Kendall Charles E., driver, 619 Main, res. 7 
Harvard 
Irving D., farmer, res. Trapelo rd. 
KENDALL LEVI J., boarding and livery 
stable, 33 to 41 Crescent, res. 41 do. (see 
page 221 
Maria A., W. W. Co.. res. 12 Crescent 
Susan S., res. 171 Summer 
Keniry Thomas F., clerk, res. 39 Charles 
Kennard Abbie M., widow of Robert P., 

res. 87 Hall 
Kennedy Andrew, cabinet mafeer, res. 35 
Beech 
Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 53 Cedar 
Dennis, laborer, res. 180 River 



Kennedy Ella M,, res. 36 Prospect-st. av. 
Edward T., teamster, res. 36 Prospect-st. 

av. 
Everett, foreman, res. 133 Robbins 
Girard J., woodworker, res. 124 Willow 
Hugh, res. 36 Prospect-st. av. 
John F., W. B. & D. Works, res. School av. 
John F., tailor, res. Mary Kennedy's 
John J., W. W. Co., res. 368 Moody 
John J., hostler, 564 Main, res. do. 
John T., musician, res. 53 Cedar 
John W., teamster, res. 36 Prospect-st. av. 
James S., pres. The J. S. Kennedy Co., 347 
Moody, res. at Newton Centre 
KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE) James 
S. Kennedy Pres., groceries and provi- 
sions, 347 Moody, and (Newton Upper 
Falls) (see front cover) 
Maria Y., res. 38 Newton 
Martin, foreman, res. 105 Bacon 
Mary, widow of Martin, res. Centre, cor. 

Massasoit 
Mary, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 53 Cedar 
Michael, W. T. Co., res. 23 dishing 
Thomas, shipper, res. 53 Cedar 
Thomas, teamster, Waltham Coal Co., res. 

School av. 
William T., laborer, res. 145 Felton 
ct Co., butter, cheese and eggs. 105 Moody 
Kenney Carrie E., widow of Thomas W., 
res. 20 High 
Catherine, widow of James, res. 292 River 
Charles, baker, res. 135 Charles 
Frank, W. W. Co., res. 59 Ash 
Frank P. (Kenney & Moody), printers, 621 

Main, res. 14 Cross 
Fred P., electrician, res. 83 Alder 
Jennie F., widow of Peter, res. 488 Main 
John J., plumber, res. 98 Cedar 
Lawrence M., W. W. Co., res. 14 Cross 
Mary, housekeeper, res. 14 Cross 
Mary E., laundress, res. 14 Cross 
Ma ad W.. res. 14 Cross 
Michael, laborer, res. 131 Charles 
Patrick W., laborer, res. 240 Calvary 
Thomas, expressman, res. 292 River 
Thomas, foundryman, ves. 131 Charles 
Willis D., mgr., 709 Main, res. 307 School 
<fc Moody (Frank P. Kenney, Alfred L. 
Moody), printers, 621 Main 
Kensington Press, Frank Jackson, prop., 

printers, rear 85 Hall 
Kent Lilla Mrs., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 

Crescent 
Kenyon Mattie N., nurse, res. 1 Chestnut av. 
Keohane Jeremiah, laborer, res. 78 Ex- 
change 
Keoniston Fred C, W. W. Co., res. Rum- 
ford av. 
Keough Delia, W. W. Co., res. 78 Central 



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Keough John J., weaver, res. 64 Frauds 
John J., painter, res. Brown av., cor. 

Noonan 
John J., laborer, res. 98 Felton 
Patrick J., res. 78 Central 
Timothy, died Dec. 15, 1904 
Kerin Honora Mrs., res. 15 Lowell 
Kerns Frank, O'H. W. D. Co., res. 127 Pond 
George, engraver, res. 127 Pond 
John, driver, Waltham Coal Co., res. 127 

Pond 
Margaret, milliner, res. 127 Pond 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 127 Pond 
Richard, clerk, 683 Main, res. 43 Ham- 
mond 
Thomas R., tallyman, IIS Bacon, res. 127 

Pond 
Walter F., salesman (B.), r. Worcester lane 
see Kearns 
Kerrigan Robert F., druggist, 112 Pine, res. 

61 Gardner 
Kershaw James, B. Mufg. Co., res. 71 Pine 
Kersley Jeremiah, carpenter, res. Alder 
Kewer William, baker, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Keyes Irving K., boot fiuisher, res. 70 Rob- 
bins 
John, laborer, res. 12 Charles 
Keyser John L., died Nov. 21. 1903 
Kezer Arthur, E. H. W. Co., res. 30 Francis 
Kidder Anna W., removed to California 
Lorenzo J., W. W. Co., res. 28 Adams 
Kilburn Arthur L.. painter, res. 92 High 
KILBURN GEORGE W., house and sign 
painter, 348 Moody, res. do. (see p. 20) 
Joshua A., painter, 92 High, res. do. • 
May A., res. 92 High 
S. E. Mrs., res. 409 Crescent 
Kildea Martin, mason, res. 283 River 
Kilduff Julia A., B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 36 Spruce 
Kiley D. J. Miss, res. 99 Ash 

Hannah J., res. 99 Ash 
Kilfoy Patrick, teamster, res. 112 Harvard 
Mary A., nurse, res. Central, near Sun 
William L., foreman, res. 38 Fiske 
KILGORE J. MILTON (Waltham Foundry 
Co.), 71 Felton, res. 57 Wadsworth av. 
(see page 4) 
Milton J., W. W. Co., res. 34 Fuller 
Killam Howard T., teamster, res. rear 79 

River 
Killmer Fannie B., W. W. Co., res. 344 
Crescent 
William E., asst. supt. 13 Lawrence bldg., 
res. 35 Orange 
Kilshaw Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 117 Alder 
Kimball Alice, res. City Home. South 

Alice L., W. W. Co., res. 70 School 
KIMBALL CHARLES L.. carpenter and 
builder, 46 Spruce, res. 94 Brown (see 
page 16) 



Kimball Francis R., W. W. Co., r. 15 Orange 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 74 Plympton 
George P., W. W. Co.. res. 31 Lawrence 
George W.. bookkeeper, res. 24 Har- 
vard a v. 
Grace. W. W. Co., res. 15 Orange 
John H.. conductor F. R. R., res. 590 Main 
La Forest, driver, res. 301 School 
Nellie L., widow of Benjamin F., res. 67 

Crescent 
Sarah A. Mrs., clairvoyant, 3 Moody, 

rooms 43-44. res. do. 
Sarah" S., widow of Rev. W. S., res. 24 

Harvard av. 
Winifred, W. W. Co., res. 70 School 
Kincaid Rachel L. Mrs., res. 40 Brown. 
King Alfred H. machinist, res. 50 Wads- 
worth av. 
Arthur X.. draftsman, res. 7 Walnut 
Emma M., died Sept. 3, 1901 
Frank L., photographer, res. lw Felton 
Frederick E., clerk. Waltham Coal Co., 

Elm., res. off Lunda 
George L., clerk, 87 Moody, res. 151 Cres- 
cent 
James, blacksmith, 821 Main, res. 5 

Charles-st. av. 
James F.. W. W. Co.. res. 13 Russell 
John. res. 12 Russell 
John B.. W. W. Co., res. 324 Moody 
Lillian. W. W. Co., res. 5 Charles-st. av. 
Mary. res. 169 Felton 

Mary J., widow of Stephen, res. 183 Grove 
Matthew B.. res. 23 Russell 
Michael. B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 404 River 
Michael, died March 6. 1905 
Michael. Jr. (King & Kelleyi. 821 Main. 

res. 5 Charles-st. a v. 
Patrick. B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 9 Elm 
Patrick, fireman, res. 404 River 
Rosana. housekeeper, res. 404 River 
Sarah A., retoucher, res. 169 Felton 
Thomas T., carpenter, res. 7 Walnut 
KING & KELLEY (Michael King Jr. and 
Thomas E. Kelleyi. carriage mnfrs., 821 
Main (see page 14) 
Kingman Albion, watchman, res. 9 Oak 
Kingsbury Fred A., conductor, F. R. R., res. 
40 High 
Harriet E., res. 58 Cherry 
Harriet X.. widow of Joseph, res. 29 Pine 
I. Jennie. W. W. Co.. res. 58 Cherry 
Minnie. W. W. Co.. res. 88 Taylor 
Mowry S.. bookkeeper, res. 29 Appleton 
Reuben W.. W. W. Col, res. 225 Adams 
Kingsley Catherine E.. res. 53 Hammond 
Frank A., clerk, res. 139 Felton 
John J., apothecary. 221 Felton. res. 88 

Taylor 
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Kingsley Maragret T., res. 53 Hammond 
Patrick, grocer, 137 F^'txm, res. 139 do. 
Patrick H., student, res. 139 Felton 

Kinnear Edward E., iron molder, res. 58 
Central 
see Connair 

Kinneen Catherine, widow of Michael, res. 

3 Flood 

James, W. B. & D. W., res. 77 Willow 
Kirce Dennis, ironworker, res. 1S3 Grove 
Kirk Isadore, tailor, res. 94 Charles 

Lawrence N., hairdresser, 873 Main, res. 

4 Francis 

Mary, res. 39 Bacon 
Owen, laborer, res. 105 River 
Thomas, clerk, E. H. W. Co., res. 39 Bacon 
William, res. 39 Bacon 
William, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 5 Myrtle 
Kirkly Frank L., E. H. W. Co., res. 25 Ham- 
mond 
Kirkpatrick Jessie, W.W.Co., r. 94 Adams 
KIRWIN FREDERICK H, stoves, fur- 
naces, etc., 588 Main, res. 11 Willow 
<see page 2) 
Kirok Isadore, tailor, res. 94 Charles 
KIRWIN GRAFTON E.. undertaker and 
livery stable, 6 and 8 Kirwin ct., res. 29 
Alder (see page 15) 
Rebecca H., widow of Henry E., res. off 
Weston, near Stony Brook 
Kirwin Walter J., poultry, off Sibley road, 

res. do. 
Kittredge Adna B.. res. 81 South 
Blanche, res. 232 Charles 
Harvey G., dentist, Lawrence block, room 

3. res. 8G Robbins 
Julia A. Mrs., res. 2 Daniels place 
Ray G.. optician, 232 Charles, res. do. 
Klauer Paul, motorman. res. 874 Main 
Klinlien Walter E., W. W. Co., res. 25 Maple 
Klocker William, butcher, res. 49 Ash 
Knight Alice, res. 9 Newton 

Ann L., E .H. W. Co., res. 9 Newton 
Bertram D.. salesman, res. 45 Brown 
Edward, engraver, res. 33 Wadsworth av. 
Emma D., widow of Augustus H., res. 9 

Newton 
Eva P., W. W. Co., res. 33 Wadsworth av. 
Florence M., W. W. Co., res. 33 Wads- 
worth av. 
Frank H., clerk, 617 Main, res. 24 Harris 
Horace A., cutter, G94 Main. res. 9 Newton 
Ida, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Kniznik Louis, poultry dealer, res. 10 Day 
Louis, Jr.. conductor, res. 10 Day 
Samuel, poultry, res. 10 Day 
Knopp Henry, carriage painter, res. Har- 
vard place 
Jennie M., at Am. W. W. Co., res. end of 
Harvard place 



Knopp Martha G, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 

end of Harvard place 
Knowles Nettie M. Mrs., widow of Chas. M., 

res. 18 Wadsworth av. 
Knowlton George W., watchmaker, res. 70 
Maple 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 103 Crescent 
Knox Josephine H., res. 10 Myrtle 

Julia M., widow of John L., res. 16 Myrtle 
William J., Emery Wheel Co., res. 10 
Leonard 
Kocher Robert, machinist, res. 118 Chestnut 
Kohl Fred W., W. W. Co., res. 168 Moody 
John G., W. W. Co., res. 96 Hammond 
John W., letter carrier, res. 28 High 
Kollert Emil, machinist, res. 79 Hammond 
William E., machinist, Waltham Mach. 
Works, res. 238 Moody 
Kristonson Oscar B., W. W. Co., res. 46 

Bedford 
Kuenzel Emma A. Mrs., groceries, 291 Cres- 
cent, res. do. 
John P., W. W. Co., res. 291 Crescent 
Kyte Ambrose W., clerk, res. 238 Newton 
Ambrose J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 238 Newton 
Honora, widow of Thomas, res. 242 

Newton 
Joseph, res. 238 Newton 
Julia, res. 242 Newton 
Katie T.. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 242 Newton 
Thomas H., clerk. Post Office, res. 238 
Newton 

LaBON WILLIAM I., carpenter, res. W. 

Dale 
Labonite L. J. Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 133 Ash 
Lacey Martin S., painter <B.), res. 417 River 
Lacomb Joseph G., mule spinner, res. 90 

Newton 
LaCroix Hormidas, clerk, res. 20 Gordon 

H. Mrs., dressmaker. 20 Gordon, res. do. 
Ladd J. H., M. D.. asst. physician. Mass. 

School for the Feeble Minded 
Laforet Annie, res. 62 Francis 

August fCorbett & Laforet), bakers, 73 

Charles, res. 75 do. 
Bertha, Am. W. W. Co., res. 62 Francis 
Lillie T., W. W. Co.. res. 62 Francis 
Lagerblade Bernard, clerk, 167 Moody 
Albin A., organ builder, res. 15 Bellevue 
Carl, organ builder, res. 1 Bellevue av. 
Lait Thomas, Capt. Salvation Army, res. 169 

Moody 
Lalime Wilfred I., W. W. Co., res. 39 Ham- 
mond 
Lally Agnes, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 84 Alder 
Agnes L., clerk, res. 56 Calvary 
Annie Mrs., weaver, res. 72 Charles 
Frank A., U. S. W. Co.. res. 41 Francis 
Gertrude E., res. 41 Francis 



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Lally Ellen, stenographer (B.), res. 70 Cedar 
Hannah G., widow of John, res. 70 Pine 
James, mason, res. 70 Cedar 
LALLY JOHN, contractor, mason and 
builder, and pres. Lally Patent Column 
Co., Beaver Brook station and (151 Con- 
gress, B.j, res. 43 Harvard (see opp. 
Boston Theatre Diagram) 
John, Jr., student, res. 43 Harvard 
John H., W. W. Co., res. 41 Francis 
Loretta F., W. W. Co., res. 84 Alder 
Margaret F., stenographer, res. 41 Francis 
Margurieta L., W. W. Co., res. 84 Alder 
Mary J., student, res. rear 56 Calvary 
Mary V., widow of Michael J., res. 84 

Alder 
Michael H., mason, res. 24 Calvary 
Michael J., died Dec. 24, 1903 
LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO.. John 
Lally, pres., Thomas F. l McCarthy, 
mngr., Beaver Brook station and (151 
Congress, B.), (see opp. Boston Theatre 
Diagram) 
Patrick, grocer, 56 Calvary, res. do. ' 
Patrick J., foreman, res. 21 Cross 
Sarah E., res. 43 Harvard 
Thomas, mason, res. 41 Bolton 
Lamb Charles F., res. 137 Crescent 
Joseph T., clerk, res. 102 Bacon 
Kate L., res. 102 Bacon 
Ralph H., res. 190 Moody 
Richard, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 102 Bacon 
William H., clerk, 233 Bacon, res. 102 do. 
Lamont Frank P., photographer, 3 Moody, 

res. 11 School 
Lamson Charles E., died Feb. 21, 1904 
Levi J., mgr., 37 Moody, res. 79 High 
Wallace I., furniture, 132 Moody, res. 206 
Waltham 
Lanagan John, conductor, res. 142 Newton 
Mary, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 23 Noonan 
James L., dyer, res. Navien's court 
Patrick J., clothier, 669 Main, res. 55 Fiske 
see Lanigan 
Lancaster James J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 14% 

Sharon 
Landers Henry, painter, res. 559 Main 
Herbert C, W. W. Co., res. 248 Lowell 
Letitia M., widow of William, res. 248 

Lowell 
Mathew, express, 21 Oak, res. 23 Clinton 
Landon Eugene P., stenographer (B.), res. 
738 Main 
F. E., agent, B. & M. (Fitch Div.) freight 
office, res. 20 Townsend 
Landry Ida, at B. Mnfg. Co., res. 145 Felton 
Joseph, died June 5, 1904 
Philip L., grocer, 186 Felton, res. 21 
Noonan 
Landstrom Victor, res. Woodlawn off Dale 



Lane Alice B., res. 55 Weston 

Augusta C, artist, 3 Moody, rm. 20, r. do. 

Ellen E., widow of Emory W., res. 55 
Weston 

Emory W., prop. Waltham Church Organ 
factory, 1041 Main, res. 55 Weston 

John, helper, res. S Fern 

Julia, died Dec. 5, 1903 

Leonard C, W. W. Co., res. 66 High 

Lydia A., widow of Frank W., res. 13 
Liberty 

Martin, res. rear 13 Williams 

Mary L. Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 46 Alder 

Thomas, res. rear 13 Williams 
Lang Alice, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 

Charles F., res. 70 River 

George E., foreman, res. 70 River 

Gertrude L., W. W. Co., res. 21 Dartmouth 

James W., yard foreman, W. B. & D. 
Works, res. 70 River 

Jennie, res. 110 Gushing 

Julia, res. 110 dishing 

Oswald T., W. W. Co., res. 21 Dartmouth 

Walter F., clerk, res. 70 River 
Langan Daniel, laborer, res. 30 Ply mp ton 
Langill Adam A., teamster - , res. 64 Orange 

Edgar, driver, 151 Moody, res. 9 Auburn 
terrace 

Henry, W. W. Co., res. 87 Washington av. 

Linn, res. 16 Mechanic 
Langley Isabel D. Mrs., res. 87 Lexington 

Isabella I., res. 87 Lexington 

James W., boarding house, 409 River 

Sheldon R., B. L. Co., res. 83 Lexington 

William, civil engineer, res. 87 Lexington 
Langtoe Frank, foundryman, res. 9 Elm 
Langton David, "weaver, res. 409 River 

Joseph F: Rev., pastor Presbyterian 
church, res. 223 Brown 

see Lanagan 
Langworthy Sarah, res. 5 Alder 
Lannes Albert, W. W. Co., res. Rumford av. 

Sophia, Avidow of Arthur, res. Rumford av. 
Lanngren Frank L., B. Mnfg. Co., res. W. 

Dale 
Lanonoul Alphonse L., physician, 116 Cen- 
tral, res. do. 
La Palme Henry P., W. W. Co., res. 24 
Wadsworth av. 

Octave M., W. W. Co., res. 62 Lowell 
Larcom Fred A., res. 149 Weston 
Larkin Annie, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 70 Ex- 
change 

Catherine, widow of Patrick, res. 70 Ex- 
change 

Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 70 Exchange 

Delia M., W. W. Co., res. 19 Middle 

Ellen G., res. 19 Middle 

James B., blacksmith, 27 Common, res. 
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Larkin John J., blacksmith, 27 Common, res. 
31 do. 
Mary, widow of Edward, res. ID Middle 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 156 School 
Mary E., res. 25 Common 
Nora, clerk (B.), res. TO Exchange 
Patrick, blacksmith and horseshoer, 27 

Common, res. 25 do. 
P. Thomas, res. rear 156 School 
Lamer James, mason, res. 9 Benefit 

John, laborer, res. 154 Willow 
Larose Joseph, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 115 Felton 
Larson Alexander, machinist, res. 25 Lowell 
Anselm, W. W. Co., res. 35 Dartmouth 
George, car inspector, res. 6 Calvary 
Louis, sailor, res. 9 Highland 
Olof, coachman, res. Angelside, off South 
Latham Albert, mechanical engineer, res. 
221 Brown 
Florence E., res. 221 Brown 
Walter E., machinist, res. 21 Francis 
LATHROP ANDREW J., lawyer and pen- 
sions, 673 Main, rm. 4, res. 123 Plymp- 
ton (see page 44) 
Laughlin, see Loughlin, also O'Laughlin 
Lavash Kate, W. W. Co., res. 41 Cherry 
Lavers Harry 1., machinist, res. 57 Orange 
Lavois Maxim, painter, res. 10 Viles court 
Law Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 154 Brown 
Charles F., letter carrier, res. 50 Chester 

av. 
Edith, died Dec. 12, 3903 
Emily Canfield Mrs., dressmaker, 50 Ches- 
ter av., res. do. 
Frank, law clerk, res. 154 Brown 
Harry R„ organ builder, res. 58 Orange 
Mary P., W. W. Co.. res. 154 Brown 
Richard J., removed to Pawtueket, R. I. 
Richard P., W. W. Co.. res. 154 Brown 
William F.. W. W. Co.. res. 90 Myrtle 
Lawler Alice, W. W. Co., res. Central, cor. 
Sun 
Catherine A., W. W. Co., res. 68 Francis 
James, W. W. Co., res. Central av., cor. 

Sun 
James, Jr., W. W. Co., res. Central, cor. 

Sun 
William L., res. Central av., cor. Sun 
Lawless Annie, res. 117 Taylor 
Dominick, res. 117 Taylor 
Doininick J., res. 31 Hammond 
Ellen, housekeeper, res. 85 Charles 
James, machinist, res. Ripley 
John (Lawless & Crocker), blacksmith, 

rear 699 Main, res. 31 Hammond 
John J., W. S. W. Co., res. 2 Gibbs court 
John J., steam fitter, res. School av. 
Josenh M.. brakeman, res. 86 Maple 
Katie, stitcher, res. 117 Taylor 
Lawrence M., driver, res. 580 Main 



Lawless Mary E., operator, 2 Lexington, res. 

31 Hammond 
Michael, night watchman, res. Ripley 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 317 Taylor 
Patrick, at Farnum's iron works, res. 

School av. 
Thomas, teamster, res. 2 Flood 
Thomas J., clerk (B.), res. 31 Hammond 
William A., asst. stamp clerk, Post Office, 

res. 31 Hammond 
& Crocker (John Lawless, Guilford 

Crocker), blacksmiths, rear 699 Main 
Lawrence Albert L., W. W. Co., res. 207 

Brown 
Arthur B., W. W. Co., res. 45 Washing- 
ton av. 
Blanche, widow of Oeorge H., res. 41 

Washington av. 
Charles E., market gardener, res. Trapelo 

road 
Ella J.. W. W. Co., res. 21 Alder 
Francis J., died Aug. 10, 1903 
Fred W., hostler, res. 41 Spruce 
James W.. W. W. Co., res. 242 Lowell 
John H., carpenter, res. 169 Moody 
Lydia* J., widow of Isaac S., res. 44 Yernon 
Levina E. Miss, W. W. Co., res. 242 Lowell 
Martha B., died Jan. 16, 1904 
Melissa L. Mrs., res. 356 Moody 
Nancy J., widow of Joseph B., res. 21 

Alder 
Phineas, market gardener, res. Trapelo rd. 
Samuel G, agent, Charity bldg. (Chardon, 

B.), res. 44 Vernon 
Lawrenston Alfred, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 

75 Maple 
Lawson Bennett O., W. W. Co.. res. 13 

Summit 
Carl, student, res. Angleside, off South 
Charles F., engineer, res. 63 Morton 
Emil. laborer, res. 39 Cutter 
George, car inspector, F. R. R., res. 6 

Calvary 
William R., hostler, res. 85 Charles 
Leach Bertha, l-es. 255 Moody 
Frank, died April 14, 1904 
Frank W., painter, res. 42 Williams 
George E., hack driver, res. 12 Lowell 
Hattie M., widow of Frank, res. 255 

Moody 
James P., clerk, res. 79 Pine 
Louisa, W. W. Co., res. 73 Cherry 
Sarah J., res. 24 Gushing 
Thomas, laborer, res. 144 Charles 
Leadwell Ada, W. W. Co., res. 10 Gordon 
Leahan Bros. (James J. and Patrick R.), 

grocers. 125 Charles 
.Tamos J. (Leahan Bros.'). 125 Charles, res. 

195 do. 
Kate, B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 100 Charles 



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Leahan Kajtherine, widow of Richard, res. 

195 Charles 
Mary, res. 195 Charles 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 100 Charles 
Patrick R. (Leahau Bros.), 125 Charles, 

res. 195 do. 
Leahy Johanna T., res. 3 Gorham 
Leaney John R., W. W. Co., res. 139 Adams 
Patrick, at Gas House, res. 16 Cedar 
Thomas, laborer, res. 131 Calvary 
Leary Alice, stenographer, VV. D. Co., res. 

79 Charles 
Catherine, widow of Jeremiah, res. 11 

Fern 
Catherine, widow of Timothy, res. 79 

Charles 
Prank D., clerk, res. 81 Charles 
Hannah, res. City Home, South 
Katharine G., clerk, 3 Moody, room 53, 

res. 79 Charles 
Mary, res. 79 Charles 
Leatherwood Harry, W. W. Co., res. 349 

Moody 
Leaver Robert, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 31 Central 
Leavey George E., harness maker, res. 83 

Francis 
James F., stone mason, res. 12 Williams 
Margaret, res. 83 Francis 
Mary, res. 83 Francis 
Thomas, contractor, res. 83 Francis 
Leavitt Frederick L., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 197 

Chestnut 
M.. res. The Stndish, Hall, suite 3 
Mary J., widow of William, res. 94 Pros- 
pect 
Sophia, res. Greenwood av. 
LeBlanc Arzelia, housekeeper, res. 3 Noonan 
Aziem F., W. W. Co., res. 3 Noonan 
Clarence F., gasrttter, res. 97 Central 
Delia. W. W. Co., res. 3 Noonan 
Dominiek, E. H. W. Co., res. 3 Noonan 
Eloi O., carpenter, res. 230 Newton 
George A., painter, 21 Noonan 
Henry, carpenter, 16 Central, res. 3 

Noonan 
Isaac, carpenter, res. 188 Charles 
Isaac D., carpenter, res. 161 South 
Isaac L., carpenter, res. 171 Felton 
James, carpenter, res. 230 Newton 
John H., clerk, 600 Main, res. do. 
Lenora, res. 3 Noonan 
Louis A., blacksmith, res. 85 Taylor 
Oscar D., lineman, res. 3 Noonan 
see White 
LeClair Cathei'ine A. Mrs.,' dressmaker, res. 

39 Sharon 
Frederick, machinist, res. 158 Bright 
William, screw maker, res. 39 Sharon 
Leduc Joseph J., weaver, res. 185 Moody 
Lee Ada, bookkeeper (B.), res. 254 Ash 



Lee Daniel, mule spinner, r. 2 Jackson place 
Frank E., tool maker, res. 56% Orange 
Gerard, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 365 River 
Goon, laundry, 605 Main, res. do. 
Hop, laundry, 162% Moody 
John, laundry, 214 Moody, res. do. 
Quong, laundry, 172 Moody, res. do. 
Roy L.. W. W. Co., res. 21 Robbins 
Sing Elm, near F. R. R., res. do. 
Thomas O.. D. & F. Co., res. 230 River 
Tom. laundry, 127 Charles, res. do. 
William, overseer, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 254 
Ash 

Leedham Alice, res. Palmer 

Leete Charles F., clerk, 364 Moody, res. 
324 do. 

Lefevre Jude E., W. W. Co., res. S6 Lowell 

Leffler Ida Miss, W. W. Co., res. 92 Brown 

Leger Aglae M., widow of Joseph T., res. 
12 Sun 
Almena, W. W. Co.. res. 15 Highland 
Arthur J., carpenter, res. Lowell's Grove 
Calixte A., hairdresser, 717 Main, res. 76 

Francis 
Cyrille, res. 12 Sun 
Helen, W. W. Co.. res. 49 Brown 
Isador, carpenter, res. 15 Highland 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 76 Francis 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 15 Highland 
Nathalie B., W. W. Co., res. 15 Highland 
Oswald, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 16 Sun 
Peter, carpenter, re's. 119 Prospect 
Placide, res. 16 Sun 
Zoel F.. carpenter, res. 16 Sun 
see Light 

Leighton Charles H., printer, 621 Main, 
res. do. 
Weston E., res. 68 Taylor 

Leimy Patrick, W. Gas Co., res. 16 Cedar 

Leitcii Thomas, res. 144 Charles 

William T., mail clerk, res. Rumford av. 

Leland Home for Aged Women, Mrs. Lizzie 
Eaton, matron, 21 Newton 

Lemay Thomas, peddler, res. 131 Calvary 
Thomas, driver, res. 40 Cedar 

Lembe Sebastian, laborer, res. 45 Spring 

Lemmo John, barber, 234 Moody, res. 28 Oak 
Tonv, hairdresser, 234b Moody, res. 28 
Oak 

Lemon John, hairdresser, res. 38 Oak 

Lemont Frank P.. photographer, 3 Moody, 
res. 11 School 

Lenaerts Helen Mrs., res. 51 Myrtle 

Lent Ray. clerk, res. 51 Adams 

Leonard Annie M., music teacher, 39 Floyd, 
res. do. 
Bridget, widow of Michael, res. 23 Ex- 
change 
Carrie M., principal. The Thomas Hill 
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Leonard Catherine L., widow of William J., 
res. 122 Taylor 

Charles D., journalist, res. S62 Main 

Everett L., brakeman, F. R. Ii., res. 85 
Exchange 

E. M. Mrs., florist, 862 Main, res. do. 

George F., W. W. Co., res. 862 Main 

Harry M., conductor, res. 122 Taylor 

Helen Mrs., dining room, 341 Moody, res. 
51 Myrtle 

John, coachman, 315 Bacon 

John, laborer, res. Mack's court 

Josephine, W. W. Co., res. 23 Exchange 

Lucy, W. W. Co., res. 395 Moody 

Mahlon R., res. 862 Main 

Mary F., teacher, St. Joseph's Parochial 
school, res. 39 Floyd 

Michael C, landscape gardener and con- 
tractor, res. 39 Floyd 

Myrtie A., teacher, The Royal E. Robbins 
school, res. 2 Liberty 

Patrick, D. & F. Mnfg. Co., res. 1 Mack's 
court 

Thomas, W. B. & D. Works, res. 24 Friend 

Thomas, laborer, res. rear 18 Calvary 

William, res. 85 Exchange 

Winnie, W. W. Co., res. 23 Exchange 
Lerner Agnes, Bemis Mills, res. 5 John 

John, W. W. Co., res. 5 John 

Martin, mason, res. 5 John 
Leroy George, W. W. Co., res. 31 Crescent 
Leslie Emma J. Mrs., music teacher, 14 Tay- 
lor, res. do. 

George F., insurance and real estate, 177 
Moody, res. 14 Taylor 

Herbert G., freight agent (B.), res. Green- 
wood av. 

Lilian J., W. W. Co.. res. 94 Adams 
Levash Peter, steam fitter, res. 106 Harvard 
LeA r ine Israel, tailor, 228 Moody, res. 14 
Clinton 

Philip, tailor, res. 22 Fountain 

Philip, junk dealer, res. Wall 

Nathan, at E. H. W. Co., res. 44 Harvard 

Samuel, junk, 19 Common, res. do. 
Levy Dominic, removed to Boston 

William P., res. 77 River 
Levison David, mngr., 122 Moody, res. 18 

Fuller 
LEVISON MAX (Waltham Supply Co.), 122 

Moody, res. at Milford 
Lewis Adelaide, W. W. Co., res. 344 Moody 

Addie H., clerk, res. 164 Ash 

Annie W., clerk, res. 164 Ash 

Clara, res. 77 Brown 

Catherine M. Mrs., died April 24, 1905 

Celina H., teach North Grammar school, 
res. 159 Summer 

Chester C, jewel maker, res. 96 Orange 

Delia Mrs., res. 164 Ash 



Lewis Edward F., W. W. Co., res. 72 Brown 

Edward L., res. 96 Orange 

Erdine, W. W. Co., res. 96 Orange 

Evelyn E. Mrs., res. 91 South 

Frank A., clerk, 117 Moody, res. 61 Adams 

Fred W., clerk, Waltham Coal Co., New 
Elm st., res. 61 Adams 

George, gardener, res. 36 Wadsworth av. 

Helen, res. 549 Main 

Henry H., W. W. Co., res. 103 Cushing 
LEWIS JOHN H., Banner Brand confec- 
tionery, 205 Moody, res. 61 Adams (see 
page 13) 

John R.. laborer, res. 20 South 

Laura S. Mrs., res. 61 Adams 

Lisa M., res. 91 South 

Maude E., stenographer, res. 7 Randall 

May A., res. 790 Main 

Robert, machinist, res. 874 Main 

Ruby, res. 96 Orange 

Ruth F., W. W. Co., res. 164 Arch 
Libbey Frederick A., teamster, res. 43 

Spruce 
Libby Charles J., E. H. W. Co., res. 17 
Chestnut 

Clifford, machinist, res. 17 Bellevue 

Donald I., machinist, res. 17 Bellevue 

Henry J., foundryman, res. 91 Felton 

Israel P., W. W. Co., res. Adams House 

J. Edwin, W. W. Co., res. 267 Crescent 

Lillian L., res. 76 Chestnut 

Nelson F., res. 147 Weston 

Perry, foundryman, res. 9 Elm 

Sue M., W. W. Co., res. 283 Newton 

Walter W., machinist, res. 108 Alder 
LIDSTONE SAMUEL S., blacksmith, 400 

Main, res. 21 School (see page 18) 
LIGHT JOHN F., surgeon dentist, 128 

Moody, room 1, res. 24 Adams 
Lightburn Eugene, driver, res. 39 Cedar 
Lincoln Alice L., res. Robexi; B. Lincoln's, 
Lincoln st. 

Cora M. Mrs., res. 27 Howard 

Charles H., city editor, Boston Post, res. 
27 Howard 

Edith H., r. Robert B. Lincoln's.Lincoln st. 

Edward E., salesman, res. 76 Chestnut 

Edward R., engineer, res. Robert B. Lin- 
coln's, Lincoln st. 

Fannie B., res. Robert B. Lincoln's, Lin- 
coln st. 

John A., res. 361 Moody 

John P., res. 361 Moody 

Robert B., steam governors (34 Oliver, B.), 
res. Lincoln, near Lake 
Lind Selma, res. 58 Adams 
Lindahl Manguy P., mgr., extracts, etc., 587 

Main, res. 10 Wellington av. 
Lindberg Axel E., coachman, 118 Bacon, 
res. 114 do. 



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Lindberg Gustaf R., inolder, res. 124 School 
Linder Carl, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Cross 
Gustave F., Am. W. W. Co., res. 41 Sharon 
Peter N., salesman, res. 204 Chestnut 
Lindgren D. A., E. H. W. Co., res. TO Colum- 
bus av. 
Lindley Ernest I., motorman, res. 06 Bacon 
Lindner Katie Mrs., widow of Paul. res. 4S0 

River 
Lindstrom Charles A., machinist, res. 384 
River 
P.. clergyman, res. The Standish. Hall st. 
Linnehan John, laborer, res. 102 Felton 
Simon, clerk, 181 School, res. 49 Pond 
Linnell John A., res. 217 Felton 
Linner John, W. W. Co.. res. 77 Gushing 
Linney Henry, mule spinner, res. 17 Heard 
Linskey Annie V.. E. H. W. Co.. res. 25 
Fiske 
Bridget, widow of John. res. 44 Spring 
Bridget, Waltham Laundry, res. 44 Spring- 
Catherine Mrs., res. S46 Main 
Julia. B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 44 Spring 
Michael, laborer, res. rear 717 Main 
Michael, stone mason, res. 30 Plympton 
Thomas Francis, engineer, res. 44 Spring- 
Thomas F., druggist (Weston i. res. 846 

Main 
Thomas F., D. & F. Co., res. Foundry av. 
Linthwaite Annie, widow of George, res. 8 
Colby av. 
Frederick J., W. W. Co., res. 102 Hish 
Hattie M., W. W. Co.. res. 102 High 
John H., W. W. Co. res. 8 Colby av. 
Matthew G.. W. W. Co.. res. 21 Adams 
Samuel. W. W. Co., res. 102 High 
Linton Mattie. W. W. Co., res. 148 Adams 
Lippi Benedict P., iron moulder, res. 185 

Moody 
Litchfield Bernard, machinist, res. 89 Alder 
Charles H.. died June 11, 1905 
Edith. W. W. Co., 169 Adams 
Gustavus E.. W. W. Co.. res. 63 Crescent 
Little Charles H., carpenter, res. 7 Craft 
George, carpenter, res. 2 Craft 
Winnie M. Mrs., dressmaker, 7 Craft, res. 
do. 
Littlefield Benjamin, printer, res. 16 Cutter 
Charles E., W. W. Co.. res. 44 Taylor 
Edgar A., clerk, res. 44 Taylor 
John L., farmer, res. 591 Lexington 
J. Sherman, res. 61 Alder 
Mary A., died Nov. 3, 1903 
Nancy E.. B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 44 Taylor 
Livermore Alice. W. W. Co., res. 895 Main 
Elizabeth, widow of Jonas D.. res. 15 

Lyman 
George M.. clerk, res. 47 Bacon 
Walter A., inspector. Met. Park Com., res. 
895 Main 



Lloyd Frank, driver, res. 3 Fountain 
Jeremiah, laborer, res. 3 Fountain 
Polly, died Sept. 16. 1904 
Locke Abbie S., widow of George, res. 14 
High 
Albert S., clerk, 709 Main, res. 16 Liberty 
Alonzo S., W. W. Co., res. 66 Scnool 
Charles IL, W. W. Co., res. 171 Chestnut 
Ernest L., res. 66 School 
E. Erving, E. H. W. Co.. res. 46 Prospect 
Frank O., res. Lord 
Frank S., clerk, res. 16 Liberty 
Fred, butler, res. 148 School 
Fred A., clerk, 189 Moody, res. 31 Maple 
George A., engineer, F. R. R.. res. 14 High 
Maria M., widow of Amos W., res. War 

ren av. 
Nellie. W. W. Co.. res. 14 Spruce 
Ralph E., clerk, res. 14 High 
Willard P., W. W. Co.. res. 31 Maple 
William E., bookkeeper, W. Mnfg. Co.. 

res. Lord 
Wliliam G., res. 16 Liberty 
William Pillsbury. W. W. Co.. res. 34 
Walnut 
Lockheart Fred. W. W. Co.. res. 51 Wads- 
worth av. 
Lockwood Sarah Mrs., res. 4 Norumbega ter. 
Loftus Bryan, laborer, res. 183 Grove 
Michael, laborer, res. 203 Grove 
Patrick, laborer, res. Naviens ct. 
Logan Esther M., widow of John, res. 32 
Vernon 
Frank W.. trainman, res. 14 Stearns 
James R.. carpenter. M. S. F. M. 
Loher M. B. .Mrs., dressmaker. 57 Crescent, 

res. do. 
LONDON ASSURANCE CORP. of LON- 
DON. ENG.. J. F. & F. I. Robinson, 
agents, 637 Main (see Tremont Theatre 
Diagram) 
LONDON GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT 
CO., Limited, of London, E. A. Walker, 
agent, 637 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. 
CO.. ENGLAND, D. F. Viles & Co- 
agents. 637 Main (see page 26) 
Lonergan Lawrence, clerk, res. US Taylor 
Long Susan A., widow of George, res. 58 

Guinan 
Longton Richard, at B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 87 

Charles 
Loomis John, B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 8 Jackson 
place 
Sarah P.. died July 6. 1905 
Loosli Albert, machinist, res. rear 27 Derbv 
Loranger Cleophas, carpenter, res. Trapelo 

road 
Lord Benjamin F.. advertising agent (B.i. 
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Lord Frost, res. 70 Gardner 
George C, res. 17 Chester a v. 
Harriet G, W. W. Co., res. 432 Moody 
John N., W. W. Co., res. 33 Beech 
LORD RUPUS E., builder (40 State, room 
32 B.), i-es. 211 Hammond (see page 15. 
Loring Alice J., W. W. Co., res. 258 Moody 
Lothrop Addie. W. W. Co.. res. 35 High 
Loud Florence Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 55 

Crescent 
Loughlin John, W. B. & D. Works, res. 203 
Gi'ove 
John J., plumber, res. 73 Harvard 
Thomas W., B. Mnfg. Co., res. Parker lane 
William J.. W. W. Co., res. 99 Gushing 
see Loughlin, Locklin, also O'Laughlin 
Loughrey Daniel, machinist, res. 235 River 
Lounsbury Myrtle, W. W. Co., res. 94 Alder 
Loux Charles H., res. 18 Maple 

Joseph, wheelwright, res. 88 Hammond 
Lovejoy Amanda H, res. 316 Moody 
Lovell Ida, widow of Leonard, res. 23 Ham- 
mond 
Lovering Nellie, res. 4 Norunibega terrace 

Sarah, res. 4 Norumbega terrace 
Lowe Annie M.. res. 68 Lyman 
Frank, died March 12, 1904 
Harry G.. res. 32 Washington av. 
Jennie M.. W. W. Co.. res. 20 Adams 
John K., machinist, res. 55 Walnut 
Julius P., wheelwright, res. Lunda 
Rosa, widow of Frank, res. rear 38 Pros- 
pect 
Lowell Charles A., carpenter, res. 92 Alder 
LOWELL MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. of 
LOWELL. J. F. & F. I. Robinson, 
agents, 637 Main (see Tremont Theatre 
Diagram) 
LOWELL MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. OF 
LOWELL. D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 261) 
Percy, machinist, res. 26 Taylor 
Lowery Lawrence, fireman, res. 89 Willow 
Loynd Annie C, 

Catherine, res. 26 Farnsworth 
Catherine T.. widow of J. Walter, res. 26 

Farnsworth 
Joseph B., res. 26 Farnsworth 
William L.. clerk, res. 26 Farnsworth 
Lucas Abigail, died Sept. 11, 1904 
Charles H.. machinist, res. 108 Alder 
Eugenie Mrs., nurse, res. 21 Newton 
Walter B.. died Dec. 10, 1903 
Walter M.. carpenter, res. 1 Robbins pi. 
William H, E. H. W. Co.. res. 9 Murray 
Luce Enos T.. judge of District Court and 
President Waltham Savings Bank, res. 
843 Main 
Frank I., optician. 12 Alder, res. do. 
J. O., widow of Charles D., res. 74 Orange 



Ludlam Charles, bird dealer (59 Bromfield. 

B.), res. Townsend 
Lufkin Bessie J., res. 24 Adams 
Luke Bernard, E. H. W. Co. res. 72 Ash 
Blanche, W. W. Co., res. 154 Ash 
Mabel. W. W. Co.. res. 154 Ash 
Tyra. E. H. W. Co., res. 34 Harvard 
Lungberg Alfred, clerk, res. 5 Wellington av. 
Anna H., dressmaker, 5 Wellington av., 

res. do. 
Gyda E., bookkeeper, res. 5 Wellington 

avenue 
Hilda C, Am. W. W. Co., res. 34 Curtis 
Mary, teacher, res. 5 Wellington av. 
Lundgren Emil. clerk, res. 66 Calvary 
Lungholm Victor, shoemaker, 11 Elm, res. 

10 Elm 
Lunny Julia, widow of William, res. 325 
School 
William J., at B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 325 School 
Lydon Mary, mill hand, i*es. 4 River av. 
Michael J., Waltham Theatre, res. 416 

River 
Patrick., laborer, res. 4 River av. 
Lyle Elihu R.. res. 44 Hall 

Fred W.. student, res. 44 Hall 
Lyman Arthur, lawyer (53 State, B.), res. 
Forest, -near Beaver 
Arthur T., treas. The B. Mnfg. Co., (50 

State. B.), res. Lyman, near Beaver 
Herbert, res. A. T. Lyman's 
Ronald T., treas. W. B. & D. Works, res. 
A. T. Lyman's 
Lynch A. J. Mrs., res. 43 Floyd 
David J., farmer, res. Forest 
Dennis H., B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 392 River 
Eugfuie L., salesman, res. 43 Floyd 
George, conductor, res. Hotel Bullard 
George, dyer, res. 156 Newton 
Helen L.. State House (B.). res. 35 School 
Henry, weaver, res. 27 Francis 
Jeremiah, died March 17. 1903 
John F.. res. 76 Chestnut 
Margaret G.. bookkeeper (B.i. res. 35 

School 
Michael, dyer. res. 156 Newton 
Michael H.. constable and collector, res. 

35 School 
Patrick, weaver, res. 27 Francis 
Paul, machinist, res. 35 School 
Thomas J., res. 35 School 
Lyndon John C. clerk at New Church 

school, Lexington, near Beaver 
Lynde Clifford, res. 90 Taylor 

Harry M., res. 90 Taylor 
Lynn Fred H. W. W. Co.. res. 240 Crescent 
Harry I., restaurant. 114 Moody, res. at 
Boston 
Lynskey Kate, widow of Thomas, res. 846 
Main 



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Lynskey Thomas, laborer, res. Foundry av. 

Thomas F., res. 846 Main 
Lyon Edward W., W. W. Co., res. 124 Chest- 
nut 
Frederick H., salesman,. res. 527 Main 
George C. (Hall & Lyon Co.j, apothecary, 
117 Moody, res. at Providence, R. I. 
Lyons Annie, clerk, res. 144 Newton 
Joseph, contractor, res. Warren, n. BeaTer 
Kate, housekeeper, res. 144 Newton 
Mabel A., stenographer, res. 105 Plympton 
Margaret, W. W. Co.. res. 144 Newton 
Margaret G.. stenographer (R.i, res. 105 

Plympton 
Margaret M., widow of William, res. 132 

High 
Michael. W. B. & D. Works, res. 144 

Newton 
Robert L.. salesman (B.i. res. 13 Leonard 
William, carpenter and builder, 105 Plym- 
ton, res. do. 

MABIE CLARENCE A., engineer, W. F. 

Co.. res. 33 Winthrop 
MacAuley Mary, res. 221 Newton 
MacCauley Margaret, dressmaker, 99 Chest- 
nut, res. do. 
Macdonald William L., plumber (B.i, res. 
Winter 
James, lineman, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 66 

Francis 
Mary Mrs., res. 51 Taylor 
see MacDonald. also McDonald 
MacDonald Duncan, shoe repairer, 140 
Moody, res. 88 Taylor 
Rupert G., conductor, res. Woodlawn av., 

off Dale 
see Macdonald, also McDonald 
Mace Oliver E.. cashier (B.». res. 876% Main 
Macfarlane Ada, stenographer (B.i, res. 203 
Ash 
Charles B., electrician, res. 191 Robbins 
Peter, res. 203 Ash 
Susan, nurse,, res. 203 Ash 
MacGregor George C, carpenter, res. 156 
Ash 
Merron G.. W. W. Co.. res. 221 Brown 
Mackay Albert A., steam fitter, res. 14 
Wadsworth av. 
Mary. W. W. Co.. res. 19 Ash 
Mackenzie Alexander C. shoemaker, 180 
Moody, res. 37 Gordon 
Annie L.. W. W. Co.. res. 38 Gordon 
Carl C. res. 159 Chestnut 
Charlotte L.. res. 38 Gordon 
George C. W. W. Co.. res. 72 High 
Marion E.. W. W. Co.. res. 38 Gordon 
William, machinist, res. 289 Moody 
MACKINLAT SAMUEL, baker. 221 Moody, 
,res. 219 do. (see page 131 



MaeKinlay Thomas G., baker, 221 Moody, 

res. 219 do. 
MACKINLAY'S HIGH CLASS BAKERY, 

221 Moody (see page 13) 
MacLeod Millicent W., stenographer, 637 

Main, room 12, res. 49 Crescent 
Macleod Minnie, res. 29 Cherry 
MacManus John F.. driver, res. 198 Calvary 
Joseph H., shipper, W. S. Laundry, res. 

198 Calvary * 
Mary G.. W. W. Co., res. lbS Calvary 
see MacManus, see Me Menus 
Mac-Math Isabella, res. Underwood park 

Nellie, res. Underwood park 
MacMillan Gideon K., W. W. Co., res. 37 

School 
MacNeil Roland J., W. W. Co., res. 78 Rob- 
bins 
MacNutt Robert B., W. W. Co.. res. 52 

Myrtle 
Macomber Edward F.. carpenter. 4(5 Spruce, 

res. 91 Cherry 
Macurda Samuel W., died Feb. 26, 1905 
Macurdy John W., millinery, 210 Moody, 

res. Oak, Belmont 
Madden Anna, W. W. Co., res. 88 Brown 
Bernard J., boots and shoes, 657 Main, 

res. Orchard a v. 
Bridget Mrs., res. 167 School 
Dennis, D. & F. foundry, res. ISO River 
Dennis. Jr.. res. 51 Farwell 
Edward, laborer, res. 276 River 
Elizabeth L., stenographer, res. Winter 
James H.. farmer, res. Winter 
John J., gateman, B. & M. R. It., res. 51 

Farwell 
John J., helper, D. & F. foundry, res. 180 

River 
John J.. Jr., B. & M. R. R., res. 51 Farwell 
Luke R.. farmer, res. Winter 
Margaret, W. B. & D. Works, res. 51 Far- 
well 
Mary, widow of Patrick J., res. Winter 
Maud. W. W. Co., res. 88 Brown 
Matthew T., W. B & D. Works, res. 51 

Farwell 
Thomas, died June IS. 1904 
Thomas J., fireman res. 22 Bolton 
William F., clerk, 669 Main, res 165Vi 
Chestnut 
Mader Cora F. Mrs., res. 52 Rumford av., 
Madill George, W. W. Co.. res. 345 Moody 
Madison Mary A. Mrs., res. 34 Adams 
Maenche Albert T., salesman, res. 74 Bed- 
ford 
Magee Eliza A., res. 37 Pond 

Sarah M.. B. Mfg. Co., res. 51 Charles 
Susan. B. Mfg. Co.. res. 51 Charles 
Maaennis John L.. hostler, res. 169 Moody 
Mary C, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 153 River 



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Maginn Annie L., clerk, res. 18 Bolton 

Maggie F., dressmaker, res. 18 Bolton 

Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 18 Bolton 
Maginness John, clerk, res. 109 Moody 
Magnuson Antonio, painter, res. 38 Pros- 

pect-st. av. 
Magrath Lilian, W. W. Co., res. 98 Maple 

Se McGrath 
Maguire Claire I., res. 4 Bemis av. 

Edward M., J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 4 Be- 
mis av. 

Frank, laborer, res. 33 Middle 

George, loom fixer, res 189 Newton 

Gertrnde F., W. W. Co., res. 4 Bemis av. 

John J., laborer, res. 102 Felton 

Joseph, W. W. Co., res. 4 Bemis av. 

Michael, laborer, res. 33 Middle 

William M., laborer, res. 106 Felton 

See McGnire 
Mahan Edward, W. W. Co.. res. 143 Lowell 

Georgiana Mrs., W. W. Co., r. 143 Lowell 
Mahar Anna J., res. 145 Bacon 

Catherine, grocer, 145 Bacon, res. do. 

Cornelius, laborer, res. 41 Common 

John, died April 1, 1903 

Peter F., fireman, res. Massasoit ct. 

Thomas, laborer, res. 50 Exchange 

William J., carpenter, res. 145 Bacon 

Patrick, laborer, res. 81 Oak 
Maher Frank T., farmer, res. Thos. Maher'<; 
Trapelo road 

John, fireman, W. B. & D. Works, res. 
138 Newton 

Thomas, farmer and milkman, res Trap- 
elo road 
Mahon Thomas, res. 206 Newton 
Mahoney Abbie M., widow of Cornelius J., 
res. 84 South 

Catherine S., W. W. Co., res. 14 Charles- 
st. av. 

Cornelius L., cigar maker, 35 Moody, res. 
84 South 

Dennis, laborer, res. 143 Newton 

Dennis, laborer, res. 102 Charles 

Dennis J., mason, res. 477 Main 

John, E. H. W. Co.. res. 84 South 

John, laborer, res. 15 Forest 

John D., res. 477 Main 

J. C, res. 14 Charles-st. av. 

Mary E., res. 84 South 

Mary C, clerk, res. 477 Main 

Nellie F.. clerk, ves. 477 Main 

Thomas H.. baker. 188 School, res. do. 

William J., clerk, 35 Moody, res. 82 South 

William J., laborer, res. 10 Highland 
Main Angle F.. teacher, res. 280 Moody 

Herbert A., treas. (B.), res. 280 Moody 
Moody 

Margaret, widow of John. res. 72 Francis 

Minnie A. Mrs., res. 280 Moodv 



Main William J., letter carrier, r. 72 Francis 

Mains Ernest L., machinist, res. 48 Alder 
Sargent E., clerk, res. 848 Main 

MAIRS J. KELSO, agent American Fidelity 
Co., res. j.7 Vernon (see page 46) 

Makin Elizabeth J., widow of George H., 
res. 83 Pine 
Lizzie S., clerk, 106 Moody, res. 83 Pine 

Malaney Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, 3 
Moody, res. 16 Vernon 
Peter, laborer, res. 54 Calvary 

Malanson Ella G., res. 155 Summer 

Malcolm John F., weaver, res. 8 Jackson pi. 

Mallard George H., W. W. Co., res. 69 
Lowell 

Mallet Clarence T., painter, res. 11 Charles- 
st. av. 
Eva E., W. W. Co., res. 255 South 
Grace I., clerk, res. 255 South 
Herbert A., W. W. Co., res. 69 ix>well 
Horace E., W. W. Co., res. 5 Fuller 
Marion K., W. W. Co., res. 255 South 
Mark W., painter, res. 255 South 
Minnie E., res. 255 South 

Malley Joseph, laborer, res. 36 Cedar 
Leonard, res. 81 Taylor 

Malloux Nelson, machinist, res. 15 Gordon 

Malloy Charles, res. 3 Wellington 

Edward F., machinist, res. 14 Charles-st. 

av. 
Elizabeth, teacher, res. 3 Wellington 
Harriet E., res. 3 Wellington 
John, teamster, res. 103 Bacon 
John J., city laborer, res. 40 Spring 
Patrick, stone mason, res. Exchange-st. 

ct. 
Thomas, res. 40 Spring 
see Maloy, also Mulloy 

Malone John, laborer, res. 22 McKenn 
Patrick, stone mason, res. 45 Moore 

Maloney Bridget, widow of James, res. 52 
Charles 
Frank, painter, res. 18 Central 
John F.. laborer, res. 18 Central 
Mary J., widow of Lott. res. 13 Gordon 
Lena, W. W. Co., res. 247 Moody 
Marie. W. W. Co., res. 247 Moody 
Matliew, painter, 3 Emery, i"es. do. 
Michael, teamster, res. 213 Grove 
Michael J., laborer, res. Massasoit ct. 
Thomas R., clerk, res. 18 Central 

Maloy Catherine A., res. 87 Bacon 

MALOY JOHN T. (P. Maloy & Son), con- 
tractor and teamster, 87 Bacon, res. do. 
(see page 31) 

MALOY PATRICK & SON (John T. Maloy). 
contractors and teamsters, 87 Bacon 
(see page 31) 
Patrick F.. res. 126 Pond 
Thomas, laborer, res. 163 School 



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Maloy Thomas F., engineer, res. 19 Clinton 

See Mulloy, also Molloy 
MANCHESTER FIRE ASSURANCE CO. 
OF ENGLAND, E. A. Walker, agent, 
627 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
Maney David D., machinist, res. 11 Gordon 
Hannah, widow of John, res. 11 Cordon 
Manley Gilbert J., machinist, res. rear 62 
Charles 
John T., at D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. rear 60 

Charles 
Margaret V., res. 510 Main 
Mann Arthur W., res. 98 Central 

Charles A., salesman, rooms Central Fire 

Station 
Charles H., res. 265 Moody 
Francis G, cashier Waltham Gaslight Co., 
res. 32 Pleasant 
Mannie Lillian, res 188% Adams 
Manning Alice E., clerk, res. 228 School 
Bridget Mrs., res. 20 Elm 
Bridget T., W. W. Co., res. 238 River 
Bridget, grocer, 179 School, res. do. 
Catherine Miss, res. 25 Fiske 
Catherine E.. at Waltham Laundry, res. 

24 Russell 
Edith F., Am. W. W. Co., res. 105 Har- 
vard 
Edward. W. W. Coi, res. 77 Pine 
Edward, carpenter, res. 14 Lowell 
Elizabeth A., nurse, res. 25 Fiske 
Hannah E., nurse, res. 25 Fiske 
Henry, res. 24 Russell 
Henry, architect, res. 105 Harvard 
Henry A., O'H. W. D. Co., res. 102 Har- 
vard 
Henry P., teamster, res. 102 Harvard 
Henry V., clerk, res. 105 Harvard 
James B., moulder, res. 24 Russell 
John C, dentist, Lawrence bldg., room 8, 

res 510 Main 
John J., station agent, Clematis Brook, 

res. 213 Grove 
Joseph T., hostler, res. 238 River 
Margaret J., res. 24 Russell 
Martin T., cloth finisher, res. 25 Fiske 
Mary, B. Mfg. Co., res. 11 Spring 
Mary, widow of Michael, res. 238 River 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 238 River 
Mary M., stenographer (B.), res. 228 

School 
Michael, at D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. 238 

River 
Mary J., clerk, res. 25 Fiske 
Mary V., res. 24 Russell 
Nellie A.. E. H. W. Co., res. 238 River 
Michael D. & F. Mfg. Co., res. Navines 

ct. 
Nora, B. Mfg. Co., res. 11 Spring 
Peter F., teamster, res. 24 Russell 



Manning Peter J., rubber worker, res. 10 
Lawton place 
Terrance, stone cutter, res. 106 Gushing 
Thomas H., laborer, res. 213 Grove 
William A., laborer, res. 14 Lowell 
William F.. W.B.&D.Wks., r. 103 Harvard 
Winifred M., at Waltham Laundry, res. 
24 Russell 
Mannion Patrick, foreman, res. 8 Stearns 
Patrick B., res. 274 River 
Thomas, mule spinner, res. 15 Whitcomb 
See Manning 
Mansfield Charles H., restaurant (B.i, res. 
13 Irving 
Charles H., reporter, res. 27 Howard 
Edmond D.. res. 3 Lexington ter. 
George A., W. W. Co., res. 42 Lawrence 
George A., Jr.. W. W. Co.. res. 42 Law- 
rence 
Harold B.. asst. bookkeeper. Waltham 
Nat. Bank, res. H. A. Mansfield's, Lex- 
ington ter. 
Henri A., res. 3 Lexington ter. 
Lucy E.. res. 218 South 
Susan A., widow of George F., res. 27 

Howard 
Theodore F., supt. Mt. Feake and Grove 

Hill cemeteries, res. 21S South 
William D.. J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 21 Hart- 
well 
Manton James, res. City Home, South 
Manzer Murray S., W. W. Go., res. 59 Maple 
March Mary, widow of John. res. 155 South 
Marble Mildred, compositor, res. Bullard 

House 
Markus Peter, confectioner. 43 Moody, res 

Gushing 
Marcy Emily J., widow of H. S.. res. 623 
South 
Daniel P.. res. 79 Lexington 
John H.. coal merchant (85 Water, B.), 

res. 623 South 
Richard, station agent, res. 623 South 
Robert, clerk, F. R. R. (B.». res. 623 South 
Marclen Eiu*ora C, res. 85 Cherry 

John W.. supt. car clept.. F. R. R. (B.), 

res. Lafayette, near Main 
J. Y„ W. W. Co., res. 87 Cherry 
Margeson Herbert A., driver. 39 Lexington, 

res. do. 
Mariner Joseph P., bookkeeper, res. 59 Wal- 
nut 
Marks Mary. W. W. Co.. res. 121 Adams 
Man- Cornelius H., W. W. Co., res. 159 
Chestnut 
John, driver, 212 Charles, res. do. 
Thomas E.. dentist, res. S Grant 
Willard P.. W. W. Co.. res. 33 Bobbins 
Winnifred, res. 31 Dartmouth 
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Marron James J., laborer, res. 9 Fountain 
Johu, foreman, F. R. R., res. 20 Exchange 

Marsh Abbie A., stenographer, res. 38 Wel- 
lington 
Abie P., widow of David S., res. 14 Crush- 
ing 
Edward A., supt. W. W. Co., res. at W. 

Newton 
F. Percy, electrician, res. 1G Gushing 
Henry, W. W. Co., res. 37 Robbins 
Henry R., clerk, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 239 Ash 
Lyman F., res. 37 Robbins 
Robert P., musician, and W. W- Co., res. 

3S Wellington 
William W., restaurant, 235 Prospect, res. 
16 Gushing 

Marshflll Albert, W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Anna E., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 45 Francis 
Anna S., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 45 Francis 
Bertrand F., physician, 188 Moody, res. do. 
Ellen H., nurse, res. 45 Francis 
Edward, conductor, res. Bullard House 
George B., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Lottie and Maud, res. 94 Adams 
Louis M., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Margaret A. Mrs., nurse, res. 45 Francis 
Mary J., W. W. Co., res. 45 Francis 
Robert G., optician and eye specialist, 3 

Moody, room 7, res. i Columbus av. 
William, machinist, res. 298 Crescent 

Marson Charles, watchmaker, res. 68 Rob- 
bins 
Lillian, res. 68 Robbins 
William, W. W. Co., res. 68 Robbins 

Martell Prosper, B. Mfg. Co., res. 386 River 

Martin Aaron S., res. 396 Moody 
Bertha, W. W. Co., res. 166 Ash 
Dominick, teamster, res. 288 River 
Edmund, candy maker, res. 139 Newton 
Frank, fruit store, 343 Moody, res. Chest- 
nut, cor. Moody 
Frank F., prop. Martin House, 22 Brown, 
Harry S., res. 71 Pine 
House, 22 Brown 

James J., stone cutter, res. Gorman av. 
Jennie E., wid. of L. W., res. 152 Chestnut 
John, carpenter, res. 242 Calvary 
Joseph F., jewel maker, res. 38 Brown 
Joseph H., machinist, res. 16 Cutter 
Joseph, laborer, res. 45 Spring 
Lillian, dressmaker, res. 22 Brown 
Mary E., nurse, res. 20 Fiske av. 
Maud, W. W. Co.. res. 272 Crescent 
Thomas, night gateman, Elm-st. crossing, 
F. R. R.. res. 23 Williams 

Martinson Adolph, W. W. Co., res. 104 Cush- 
ing 
Axel, W. W. Co., res. 25 Lowell 

Marvle Benjamin P., pattern maker, res. 74 
Scbool, suite 6 



Mason George H., clerk, res. 9 Fuller 
John R., weaver, B. Mfg. Co., res. 2 Fiske 

ct. 
Martha Miss, teacher, New Church school 
MASON W. A. & SON, civil engineers and 
surveyors, 631 Mass. av., Cambridge- 
port (see back cover page) 
Masonic Hall, 14 Moody 

Mass. Fan Co., Alfred S. Kellogg, pres., fan 
and blowers, Bedford, near Prospect 
School for the Feeble Minded, Walter E. 
Fernald, M. D., supt. Waverley Oaks rd. 
Masse Joseph, spinner, res. 341 River 
Phillip, res. 341 River 
Peter, res. 341 River 
Masters Charles A., merchant (B.), res. 32 

Wellington 
Matheson Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 326 
Crescent 
John A., B. & M. R. R., res. 166 River 
Mathisou Fred R., florist, Beaver, cor. Wa- 
verley Oaks road 
Matthews Albert, at B. Mfg. Co., res. 13 
Harvard av. 
Alice, housekeeper, res. Miss Sophia 

Knight, Greenwood av. 
Albert, at B. Mfg. Co., res. 13 Harvard av. 
Angie, W. W. Co., res. 148 Lowell 
Ellen, widow of William, res. rear 175 

School 
Fannie, W. W. Co., 118 Prospect 
MATTHEWS LYMAN H., secy, and gen. 
mgr., George J. Barker Lumber Co., 118 
Bacon, res. 168 Hammond 
Walter H., clerk, res. Summer av. 
Maxfield George W., res. 240 Crescent 

Lucy A. Mrs., boarding house, 240 Cres- 
cent 
Maxwell Earl, E. H. W. Co., res. 133 Robbins 

Irving, W. W. Co., res. 411 Main 
May Alice M., W. W. Co., res. 118 Pine 
Charles F., conductor, res. 156 School 
Delia, widow of Charles, res. 118 Pine 
Frank L., W. W. Co., res. 118 Pine 
Gertrude F., W. W. Co., res. 118 Pine 
John A., plumber, res. 94 Cushing 
Mayall James E., res. 9 Hall 
Marion L. res. 9 Hall 
Robert E., res. 85 Cherry 
MAYBERRY GEORGE L.. lawyer, 661 
Main, room 3, and (6 Ashburton pi., B.), 
res. 101 School (see page 44) 
Maybury George L., W. W. Co., res. 57 
Adams 
William T., shirt polisher, res. Hastings 

av. 
William T., shirt polisher, res. Hastings 
av. 
Mayer Annie I. Mrs., dressmaker, 38 Bacon, 
res. do. 



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Mayer L. James, died March 2, 1903 

W. Howard, produce, 38 Bacon, res. do. 
Maynard Abigail, died Feb. 25, 1904 
Alice C, res. rear TOO Main 
Clifton H.. tinsmith, res. 87G^a Main 
Emily E. Mrs., res. 113 Crescent 
Emily F. Mrs., res. 23 Fiske 
Frank, dry goods, 696 Main, res. 23 

Charles 
Frank W., res. 305 Moody 
Fred W., milkman. 12 Russell, res. 23 

Fiske 
George H.. clerk, res. 15 Church 
Grace I., res. 23 Fiske 
Hall, res. 700 Main 
Hattie N., res. 305 Moody 
Henry F. S., teamster, res. Webster 
Mary, res. rear 700 Main 
Priscilla A. Miss, res. 23 Fiske 
Priscilla B., died Sept. 2, 1903 
Mayne William, tailor. 854 Main, res. do. 
Mayo Stella W., teacher, Newhall school, 

res. 11 Wellington 
McAleer Christopher, laborer, res. 41 Cedar 
McAllister Edward, paper hangings, etc., 
80 Lowell, res. do. 
Edward D., paper hanger, res. SO Lowell 
Francis. W. W. Co., res. 148 School 
Mary F.. widow of Alexander F., res. 148 

School 
Jennie. W. W. Co.. res. 258 Moody 
McAskil William H., res. 80 Francis 
McAuliffe Edward A., fish dealer, 6 Jobn. 

res. do. 
McAvoy John L., fireman, res. 17 Plympton 
Lillie, res. 110 Cushing 
Mary, groceries, 17 Plympton, res. do. 
Mary E.. W. W. Co., res. 17 Plympton 
Mary E. Mrs.. W. W. Co., res. 30 Lex- 
ington 
Sarah, wid. of James E., res. 110 Cushing 
McBride Charles E., W. W. Co.,< res. 61 
Gardner 
Margaret E., bookkeeper. 177 Moody, res. 

102 Cushing 
Mary, widow of James, res. 104 Charles 
William, machinist, res. 2 Duddy av. 
William, res. 394 River 
McCabe Edward, res. 71 Lexington 
Francis, res. 71 Lexington 
John M., conductor, res. 71 Lexington 
Mary Mrs., res. 58 Alder 
Patrick, painter, res. 34 Clinton 
McCall Robert, res. 43 Charles 
McCann Bertha, res. 148 Newton 
George, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 87 Ash 
Frank, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 148 Newton 
Patrick. D. & F. Mnfg. Co., res. 148 

Newton 
Patrick, laborer, res. 148 Newton 



McCann Thomas, clerk, res. 1 River-st. av. 

William T.. W. AV. Co.. res. 40 Alder 
McCarthy Catherine, widow of John, res. 
109 Pine 
Catherine, died Sept. 14, 1903 
Elizabeth. W. W. Co., res. 22 Ash 
Felix, fireman, res. 138 Newto n 
Florence A., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 38 

Fiske 
James D., stonemason, res. 236 Calvary 
James J., plumber, res. Massasoit ct. 
John, res. 9 Plympton 
John J., -cigar nmfr., 131% Moody, res. 

309 Pine 
Joseph J., carpenter, res. 4 Gibbs ct. 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 22 Ash 
Michael, iron worker, res. 22 Ash 
Thomas, peddler, res .Massasoit, opp. 

Centre 
Thomas F., auto repairer, res. Massasoit 
Thomas F., mgr. Lally Patent Column Co., 
Beaver Brook Station and (151 Con- 
gress. B.j, res. 128 Pine 
Thomas H., clerk, 15 Lexington, res. 17 

Spring 
Walter H., machinist, res. 17 Spring- 
see McCarty 
McCarty Lawrence J., police, res. 58 Bacon 
Mary A., teacher. The Chauncey Newhall 

school, res. 92 Russell 
see McCarthy 
McCaul Elizabeth, res. 44 Charles 

George, baggageman B. & M. R. R., res. 

3 Brown a v. 
James, junk dealer, res. 9 Brown av. 
Robert, res. 9 Brown av. 
McClary Frances H., widow of Joseph L.. 
res. 468 Moody 
Mary P.. widow of A. W., res. 96 Francis 
Susan S., bookkeeper, res. 96 Francis 
William A., fish peddler, res. „o Francis 
McCleave Charles A., E. H. W. Co., res. 46 
Curtis 
Edward, W. W. Co., res. 46 Curtis 
Roscoe E.. button maker, res. 46 Curtis 
McClellan Alexander, electrical engineer, 
res. 270 School 
Frank P., engineer, res. 90 Cushing 
Margaret C, bookkeeper, res. 270 School 
Walter, engineer, E. H. W. Co., res. 63 

Prospect 
see McLellan 
McClure Nellie, lunch, 195 School, res. 197 

School 
McCluskey Anna L., res. 175 Brown 
Annie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 175 Brown 
Daniel, died July 26. 1903 
Daniel J., plumber, res. 233 School 
John J., hairdresser, 641 Main. res. 205 
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McCollester Georgian;! L. Mrs., res. 23 
Adams 
John Q. A., physician, 268 Moody, res. 
266 do. 
McColley Joseph, bucklemaker, res. 5 Win- 

throp 
McCorniick Annie M., W. W. Co., res. 126 
School 
Cornelius J., physician. Main, cor. Fiske, 

res. do. 
George, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 5 Jackson pi. 
Patrick, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 1 Lawton place 
McCrea Alexander, Waltham foundry, res. 

118 Felton 
McCne Patrick, laborer, res. 175 Newton 
MeCullough Alexander, foreman, res. 15 
Farwell 
A.nnie, res. Tolman 
James, farm hand, res. Hollace 
John. W. B. & D. Works, res. Win. Mc- 

Cullough's, School av. 
John, laborer, res. Hollace, near Beaver 
John F., B. & D. Works, res. 17 Farwell 
John H., W. B. & D. Works, res. 17 Far- 
well 
Richard M., W. W. Co., res. 45 Highland 
Susie, clerk, 101 Moody 
William, W. B. & D. Works, res. School av. 
William A., B. D. & D. Works, res. 21 

Farwell 
William F., clerk, 619 Main, res. 598 do. 
William I., teas, etc., res. Waverley, near 
Warren, L. P. 
McCuHow Alexander, died Feb. 18, 1903 
McCusker Barney, died Dec. 11, 1903 
Bridget, widow of Patrick, res. 45 Friend 
Edward B., foreman, res. 119 Taylor 
Frank W., contractor, 215 Newton, res. do. 
James F., letter carrier, res. 45 Friend 
John, stonemason, res. Orchard av. 
John H., contractor, 62 Church, res. do. 
John P., salesman, res. 45 Friend 
McDermott Frank H., laborer,~res71fl7iberty 
Mary A., widow of Michael, died Feb. 25, 

1903 
Rachel, res. 590 Orange 
McDevitt James, carpenter, res. 21 Plymp- 

ton 
McDonald Alexander, driver, res. 88 Alder 
Annie. W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Bridget, res. 46 Cedar 
Cassie, res. 70 Russell 

Catharine, widow of Owen, res. 77 Ham- 
mond 
Edward, molder, res. 10 Mechanic 
Frank K.. jewel cutter, res. 26 Gorham 
Fred L., student, res. 88 Alder 
George, loom fixer, res. 64 Walnut 
Helen, widow of Thomas, res. rear 16 
Calvary 



McDonald Hugh, died Nov. 30, 1904. 
Hugh, Jr., died Feb. 9, 1903 
H. Alexander, res. 33 Yernon 
James, clerk (B.i, res. 32 Hammond 
John, res. rear 16 Calvary 
John, electrician, res. 10J Felton 
John, manager, 205 Newton, res. do. 
John A., plumber, res. 26 Gorham 
Julia L., res. 10 Mechanic- 
Kate Mrs., grocer, 205 Newton, res. do. 
Laura, res. 23~y 2 Connor 
Letitia, dressmaker, res. 205 Newton 
Lottie. E. H. W. Co., res. 63 Prospect 
Louise, W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 77 Hammond 
Martin, W. B. & D. Works, 119 Grove 
Mary, widow of John, res. 10 Mechanic 
May, W. W. Co., res. 15 Robbins 
Michael, laborer, res. Wall 
Olevia, matron, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Owen, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 77 Hammond 
Owen A., butcher, res. 82 Bacon 
Roland, driver, res. 82 Bacon 
Rupert G., asst. supt, res. 2 Woodlawn av. 
Thomas, mason, res. 47 Calvary 
Thomas, plasterer, res. 9 John 
MCDONALD'S EXPRESS, T. H. Dolliver, 

prop., 11 Moody (see page 22 1) 
see Macdonald, see Mac-Donald 
McDonnell Edward, mason, res. 20 Calvary 

John. res. 16 Calvary 
McDonough Bessie, clerk, E. H. W. Co.. res. 

226 River 
Margaret, widow, res. 3 Benefit 
Mary. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 3 Benefit 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 226 River 
Mary, wid. of Thomas, res. 14 Lawton pi. 
Patrick, D. & F. Co., res. 154 Willow 
Patrick J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 3 Benefit 
Philip, mason, res. 12 Calvary 
Stephen J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 3 

Benefit 
Thomas. D. & F. Co., res. 226 River 
Thomas, res. 39 Bolton 
McDongall Isaac, carpenter, res. 14 Bedford 

George F.. student, res. 14 Bedford 
McElman Joseph C. H., carpenter, res. 38 

Francis 
McEnnis Charles J., molder, res. 10 Win- 

throp 
Edward J., shipper, res. 10 Winthrop 
McEntee John, res. 252 Crescent 
McEwen Hattie L. Mrs., res. 87 Clashing 
Mc-Gafligan Bernard J., plasterer, res. 191 

Newton 
Daniel, res. 180 Newton 
Grace E., W. W. Co., res. 180 Newton 
James A., removed to Portland, Me. 
Mary A.. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 180 Newton 
Nancy, widow of Barney, res. 180 Newton 



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McGahan Anna F., W. W. Co., res. 489 Lex- 
ington 
John EL, dentist, 3 Moody, rooms 1, 2, 3, 

res. 247 Weston 
Mary E.. widow of Cornelius, res. 489 
Lexington 
McGann Joseph J., carpenter, res. 74 Ex- 
change 
Joseph A., W. W. Co., res. 13 Wads- 
worth av. 
Michael F.. W. B. & D. Works, res. rear 

308 River 
Peter F., dial factory, res. 86 Newton 
McGee Michael, died June 5, 1905 
Sarah, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 51 Charles 
Eliza, res. 17 Bacon 
Susan, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 51 Charles 
McGennis. F. M. & Co. (John W. McGennis), 
dry goods, 878 Main 
John W. (F. M. McGennis & Co.), 878 
Main, res. 880%a do. 
McGillivray Augustus, engineer, res. 32 
Bolton 
Donald, died Feb. 2, 1903 
Dougall, teamstei", res. 41 Bolton 
Hugh. sub. letter carrier, res. 43 Ham- 
mond 
John J., machinist, res. 16 Oak 
Margaret, widow of Donald, res. 16 Oak 
McGinn Mary Mrs., res. 163 Moody 
McGlinehey Alice H., res. 174 School 

James A., \rood and coal, 174 School, office 

26 Moody, res. 48 Spring- 
John, res. 174 School 
Mary, res. 174 School 
McGlone Mary Mrs., res. 32 Calvary 
McGonigle Patrick, laborer, res. 11 Mechanic 
McGovern Bridget, weaver, res. 2 Lawton 
place 
Charles, carpenter, res. 240 Calvary 
Mary, widow of Owen. res. 2 Lawton pi. 
Thomas, wheel turner, res. 2 Lawton place 
McGowan Bridget, widow of Patrick, res. 
143 Newton 
Frank, clerk, 723 Main, res. 42 Spring- 
James, laborer, res. 51 Charles 
Michael F., molder. res. 130 Willow 
Michael J., teamster, res. 42 Spring 
Timothy J., plumber, res. 42 Spring 
William, baker, 32 Oak, res. at Watertown 
McGrandle Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 153 

Ash 
McGrath Michael, laborer, res. 81 Oak 
Thomas, laborer, res. 14 McKenn 
Winnie, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 216 Newton 
McGregor Yenie, removed to Lawrence 
McGuinness Ann, widow of Frank, res. 12 
Stearns 
Ellen, widow of Dennis, res. 23 Middle 
George, driver, res. 12 Stearns 



McGuinness Mary C, res. 153 River 
Nellie A., W. W. Co., res. 23 Middle 
Thomas J., starter, res. 72 Russell 
Willis A., E. H. W. Co., res. 77 Alder 
see Magennis 
McGuire Annie A., tailoress, res. 15 Pine 
Dennis, res. 141 Calvary 
Edward, W. B. & D. Works, res. 141 Cal- 
vary 
Edmund, bookkeeper (B.i, res. 39 Cross 
Frank, stableman, res. 19 Middle 
John, painter, res. 39 Cross 
Joseph, plumber, res. 39 Cross 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 15 Pine 
see Maguire 
McGurn Ellen M.. employment office and 

dining room. 577 Main, res. 579 do. 
Mcllvene Annie, teacher, High school, res. 

IS Harris 
Mclnnis Donald A., res. 10 Williams 
Fred C, clerk, res. 10 Williams 
John A., conductor, res. 10 Williams 
Sarah, widow of Charles, res. 10 Williams 
Thomas L., carriage painter, 821 Main, 
res. 110 Taylor 
Mclntire George W., engineer, res. 110y 2 
Prospect 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 5 Bellevue 
Mcintosh Jeanette Mrs., res. 5 Brown 
Mclntyre Frank E., hostler, res. Hall place 
Mclver James T., teamster, res. 50 Pine 
Mclvor Murdock, coachman. The Misses 

Clark, off Lexington, res. do. 
McKay William, carpenter, res. 87 Francis 
McKee Thomas, W. B. & D. Works, res. 21 

Friend 
McKeen Annie L., widow of Albert J., res. 
1S3 Ash 
Edward C, W. W. Co., res. 373 Moody 
McKegney James, tallyer. res. 8 Mechanic 
McKenna Abbie R., res. Weston, near Stony 
Brook 
Amelia. W. W. Co.. res. 66 Orange 
Catherine, widow of Hugh. res. 406 River 
Charles, plumber, res. 24 Lawton place 
Charles H., machinist, res. 92 Charles 
Ellen, E. H. W. Co., res. 24 Lawton place 
Elizabeth M., res. 74 Morton 
Felix, painter. 28 McKenn. res. do. 
George E., res. 90 Francis 
George E., operative, res. 406 River 
George P., draughtsman (B.), res. 458 

Moody 

Gertrude, bookkeeper, res. 439 Lexington 

James H., chief of police, office Police 

station, Lexington, res. 439 Lexington 

John E., cutter (B.), res. off Weston, near 

Stony Brook 
Katherine, B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 24 Lawton 
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McKenna Maggie, weaver, res. 406 River 
Marcella, bookkeeper, 41 Moody, res. 439 

Lexington 
Mary, housekeeper, res. 24 Lawton place 
Mary E., res. Weston, near Stony Brook 
Matthew, machinist, res. 24 Lawton place 
Minnie J. bookkeeper, 126 Moody, res. 28 

Mclvenn 
Sarah, widow of Henry A., res. 110 Felton 
Stephen, laborer, res. 138 Felton 
William, res. 106 Charles 
William P., inspector of police, res. 458 

Moody 
McKenty, see MacKenty 



res. 119 Adams 
163 River 
9 Cross 
9 Cross 



r. 294 River 
res. rear 294 

Michael, res. 



McKenzie Agnes, W. W. Co., 
Alexander, machinist, res. 
Alexander, carpenter, res 
Alexander M., clerk, res. 
Colin D., baker, res. 82% Bacon 
Colin Jr., W. W. Co., res. 82% Bacon 
Daniel, plumber, res. 9 Cross 
Ella E., E. H. W. Co., res. 9 Cross 
John B., res. 82% Bacon 
John J., machinist, res. 129 Pond 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 82% Bacon 
Mary, E. H. W. Co., res. 9 Cross 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 154 Bobbins 
Thomas, W. F. Co., res. 163 River — 
see" Mackenzie 
McKernan Hugh, laborer, res, 
James, W. B. & D. Works, 
River 
McKewen Isabel, widow of 
rear 110 Bacon 
Thomas F., laborer, res. 110 Bacon 
McKillop Andrew J., clerk, res. 4 Francis 
A. J. Stankard Mrs., milliner, 93 bloody, 

res. 82 Exchange 
John, laborer, res. 156 Bacon 
John W., laborer, res. 156 Bacon 
McKim John J., telephone inspector, res. 
1077 Main 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 127 Brown 
McKinnell Alexander S., machinist, res. 38 

Wadsworth av. 
McKinnon Catherine, nurse, res. 404 Moody 
Daniel A., clerk, res. 75 Ash 
Jane, widow of Roderick, res. 14 Benefit 
John, W. B. & D. Works, res. 59 Willow 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 331 Crescent 
Mary Ann, widow of John, res. 59 Willow 
Robert, W. B. & D. Works, res. 59 Willow 
McKone Annie A., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 21 

Castle 
McKurnel Jennie, W. W 

place 
McLane Alice, W. W. Co. 
McLaughlin Ira, driver, 
hill's, Beaver 
John, res. 200 River 



Co., res. 3 Robbins 



res. 
res. 



76 Cushing 
Charles Ca- 



McLaughlin John J., W. W. Co., r. 198 High 

Joseph, steamfitter, res. 198 High 

Patrick, machinist, res. 198 High 

Patrick, painter, res. 1 Harvard 

Robert J., moulder, res. 122 Willow 

Thomas, laborer, res. 15 Ash 

Thomas F., teamster, Armour & Co., res. 

13 Cedar 
Thomas, laborer, res. 15 Oak 

William, carpenter, res. 15 Oak 
McLean Louise, W. W. Co., res. 47 Ash 

William, surveyor, res. Bullard House 
McLellan Emma Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 53y 2 
Orange 

Frank, W. W. Co., res. 53% Orange 
McLeod Annie W., W. W. Co., res. 326 
School 

Donald, optician, 180 Ash, res. do. 

Florence, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 

John, res. 66 Walnut 

Josephine, nurse, res. 34 Banks 

Malcolm N., gardener, Misses Clark, Lex- 
ington 

Neil A. Mrs., res. 326 School 

Robei-t, E. H. W. Co., res. 152 Chestnut 

see MacLeod 
McLeroy Barbara, W. W. Co., res. 13 High 
McMahon Mary, W. W. Co., res. 95 High 

Patrick, baker, res. Francis 
McManama Agnes L., res. 42 School 

John W., road master, F. R. R., res. 42 
School • 

Sadie C, res. 42 School 
McManus Addie, W. W. Co., res. 98 Chest- 
nut 

Charles, W. W. Co., res. 15 Washing- 
ton av. 

Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 88 Brown 

Lillian, W. W. Co., res. 88 Brown 

Mary Mrs., res. 88 Brown 

Michael, W. B. & D. Works, res. 198 Cal- 
vary 

Patrick A., W. B. & D. Works, res. 198 
Calvary 
McMeeken David J., iceman, res. 156 Bright 

Elizabeth J., J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 156 
Bright 
McMillan Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 

Susie, W. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent 

see Mac-Mill an 
McMullen Catherine L., res. 67 Grove 

Jennie, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 56 Oak 

John J. A., machinist, res. 67 Grove 

Joseph P., carpenter, res. 56 Oak 

Margaret, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 56 Oak 

Margaret. T., Am. W. W. Co., res. 67 New 
GroA T e 

Maria, widow of Patrick, res. 33 Spring 

Mary J., dressmaker, res. 33 Spring 

William, machinist, res. 67 New Grove 



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McNabb Charles P., res. 13 Dartmouth 
McNally Charles, dyer, W. B. & D. Works, 
res. 232 River 
Sarah, widow of Michael, res. Williams, 

near R. R. 
Mary L., bookkeeper, Lawrence bldg., res. 
Williams 
McNamara Clara, W.W. Co., r. 117 Chestnut 
John J., plumber, res. 93 Grant 
Mary II., stenographer, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 

at West Newton 
Michael, teamster, res. 93 Grant 
Michael F., clerk, 29 Moody, res. 93 Grant 
Thomas H., freight agent, C. M. R. R., 

res. 93 Grant 
Thomas J., tailor, 695 Main, res. 128 

Charles 
William T., O'H. W. D. Co., res. 93 Grant 
McNamee Frank J., clerk, res. Calvary, cor. 
Cedar 
John P., res. 59 Calvary 
Patrick, res. 59 Calvary 
McNaye Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 48 Adams 
McNeil Charles, W. W. Co., res. 345 Moody 
Ronald J., W. W. Co., res. 78 Robbins 
William, laborer, res. 10 Mechanic 
McParland Agnes J., res. 231 Newton 
Catherine E.. res. 231 Newton 
John, res. 231 Newton 
Mary J., res. 231 Newton 
McPherson Andrew C, motorman, res. 53 
Columbus av. 
Dougald. engineer, res. rear 191 School 
McPhee Clara, matron, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Ruby, asst. training teacher, M. S. F. M. 
McQuade Mary, W. W. Co., res. 72 Francis 

William, res. City Home, South 
McQuesten James, foreman. B. Mnfg. Co.. 
res. 91 Taylor 
John, painter, res. 57 Oak 
Nettie, teacher, The Banks school, res. 110 
Lexington 
McQ'uiggian Frank A., D. & F. Co., res. 209 

Grove 
McQuillen Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 89 
Maple 
Grover C, E. H. W. Co., res. 89 Maple 
Isabell, W. W. Co., res. 89 Maple 
Prudie E. Mrs., res. 89 Maple 
McSweeney David, fireman, res. 159 Newton 
McTernan James A., Central House, 743 
Main, res. do. 
Majorie Mrs., dining room, 743 Main, res. 
do. 
McVey Emma G., E. H. W. Co., res. 40 
Common 
Mary E., widow of Peter, res. Moody 
Patrick, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 40 Common 
McWain Charles W., cigars, etc., 612 Main, 
res. 96 Lexington 



McWain Harriet N., widow of Wm. B., res. 

96 Lexington 
Mead Anna B., W. W. Co., res. 209 Lowell 
Ardelle, W. W. Co., res. 209 Lowell 
Annie, res. 62 Bedford 
George P., W. W. Co., res. 31 Crescent 
Howard, res. 97 Central 
Meade John J., trainman, F. R. R., res. 62 
Bedford 
John W., foreman, F. R. R., res. 21 Ex- 
change 
Katie, housekeeper, res. 62 Bedford 
Maggie, waitress, res. 62 Bedford 
Mary, housekeeper, res. 62 Bedford 
Thomas E., laborer, res. 62 Bedford 
Thomas H, res. 62 Bedford 
Meadows Ethel, weaver, res. 468 Main 

Hugh. res. 468 Main 
Mealand Alice, W. W. Co., res. 30 Beech 
Anna P., stenographer, 1041 Main, res. 82 
Brown 
Meaney Mary L., stenographer, res. 11 

Gordon 
Mears George, carpenter, res. 23 Wadsworth 

av. 
Mee Harry, weaver, res. 11 Mechanic 
Meehan Delia, res. 94 Adams 

John T., painter, res. 93 Calvary 
Margaret, widow of John, res. 93 Calvary 
Margaret, matron, M. S. F. M. 
Meginnes Register, electrician, res. 23 Pine 
. Meginson William, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 5 

Kingsley ct. 
Mehl Walter B., E. H. W. Co., res. 917 

Main 
Mehring Harry, W. W. Co., res. 203 Brown 
Meikle William R., station agent, B. & M. 

R. R.,. res. 43 Fiske 
Meisel John B., bookkeeper, res. 269 Cres- 
cent 
Melanson Alfred C, carpenter, res. 32 Pros- 

pect-st. av. 
Melanson Charles G., carpenter, rear 26 Lex- 
ington, res. 125 Charles 
Christina Mrs., tailoress, 694 Main, res. 

188 Charles 
Edward, carpenter, res. 5 Noonan 
Ella G., res. 155 Summer 
James, sexton, res. 9 Music Hall av. 
John F., res. 14 Fern 
Napoleon J., brakemau, res. 60 Calvary 
Phileas, laborer, res. 2 Strattou terrace 
Philip, W. W. Co., res. 3 Stratton terrace 
Melia Lillian, clerk, res. 230 Newton 
Melick A. B. Miss, matron. Infants' Hos- 
pital, Main 
MELLEDGE ROBERT J., real estate Ly- 
ceum bldg.. Harvard sq., Cambridge, 
Boston office. 28 State (see back colored 
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153 



Mellor Joseph A., res. 29 Maple 

Thomas A., W. W. Co., res. 34 Craft 
MELLOR WILLIAM H., principal Commer- 
cial school, 12 Moody, res. 876% Main 
Melody John ,laborer, res. 15 Bolton 
Melville Robert J., conductor, res. 76 Lowell 
Melvin I- rank, res. 183 Grove 

Patrick, laborer, res. 183 Grove 
Melzar Lottie M., W. W. Co., res. 26 Wads- 
worth av. 
Mendelsohn Charles M., tailor, 293 Crescent, 

res. 158 Charles 
Menzer Elizabeth Mrs., res. Orange 

Frank D., res. Orange 
MERCANTILE F. & M. INS. CO., of BOS- 
TON, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
MERCHANTS & FARMERS INS. CO. of 
WORCESTER, D. F. A^iles & Co., 
agents, 637 Main (see page 26) 
Merriam Harrison R., res. City Home, South 
Merrill Arthur E., photographer, 93 Moody, 
res. 145 Ash 
A. Judson, farmer, res. 40 Fiske av. 
Carrie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 63 Orange 
Charles S., carpenter, res. 20 Crescent 
George E., conductor, r. Prospect Hill av. 
Harry I., W. W. Co., res. 130 Adams 
Joseph B., clerk (B.), res. 97 Crescent 
Lester H., clerk (B.), res. 63 Orange 
Preston, res. 457 South 
MERRIMACK MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. 
of ANDOYER, B. S. Tolman, agent, 621 
Main (see page 11) 
MERRIMACK MUT. FIRE INS. CO. of 
Andover, D. F. Viles &. Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
Merrin William, W. W. Co., res. 130 Brown 
Merry Alfred, machinist, res. 20 Woerd av. 
Meserve Amos W., fireman, W.W. Co., r.211 Ash 
Bertram G., driver, res. 90% Myrtle 
Clare E., W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Lottie, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Messier Mary, nurse, res. 63 Maple 
Metcalf Mira E., principal, Robbins school 

George E., W. W. Co., res. 55 Ash 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., F. J. Con- 
nor, asst. supt., Lawrence bklg. 
METROPOLITAN PLATE GLASS INSUR- 
ANCE CO. of New York, Hollis E. Den- 
Jien, agent, 179 Moody (see page 11) 
Metz Charles H. (Waltham Development 

Co.), Whitney av., res. 598 Main 
Metzler Eva and Florence, res. 86 Brown 
Meyers Mary, teacher of art, res. 26 High 

Samuel, clerk, res. 26 High 
Middleton Thomas, res. 23 Brown 
MIDDLESEX MUT. FIRE INS. CO. of 
CONCORD, D. F. Yiles & Co., agents, 
637 Main (se page 26) 



Midget John, coachman, 51 School, res. 344 
do. 
Mary Mrs., res. 344 School 

Midgley Hartley, engineer, res. W. Dale 

Milesky Frank, clerk, res. 7 Lexington 
Henry, shoemaker, 7 Lexington, res. do. 

Milet Michael, tailor (B.), res. 31 Calvary 

Milkins Alonzo I,., W. W. Co., res. 37 Wash- 
ington av. 
Arthur D., W. W. Co., res. 37 Washington 

av. 
Edna, teacher, res. 37 Washington av. 

Millard Edward A., W. W. Co., res. 26 
■ Washington av. 

Milieu Ethel, W. W. Co., res. 70 Washing- 
ton av. 
Howard, clerk, res. 201 Ash 
Leslie, nurse, res. 70 Washington av. 
James, carpenter, res. 201 Ash 

Miller Albert S., machinist, res. 94 High 
Catherine, res. 22 Bolton 
Carl P., E. H. W. Co., res. 90 Cherry 
Forest, W. W. Co., res. 64 Maple 
Frank, painter, res. 38 Prospect-st. av. 
Jane Mrs., res. 2 Elm place 
Jennie, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 22 Bolton 
John G., carpenter, res. Central House 
Joseph, W. F. Co., res. cor. Charles and 

Williams 
Joseph H., clerk (B.), res. 15 Chestnut 
Lewis, sole maker, res. 8 Jb ern 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 153 Ash 
Mandanna L. Mrs., res. 150 Crescent 
Maud L., W. W. Co., res. 120 Brown 
Minnie, bookkeeper, res. 259 Moody 
Ruby R., W. W. Co., res. 47 Myrtle 
Nettie M. Miss, res. 15 Chestnut 
Samuel, manager, res. 259 Moody 
Theresa G., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 98 

Taylor 
Walter L„ foreman, E. H. W. Co., res. 36 
Harvard 

Millet Napolean. laborer, res. 7 Lawton pi. 

Milliken Rita Miss, res. 9 Chestnut 

Millmore James H., iron worker, r.es. 37 Oak 

Mills Charles F., W. W. Co., res. Rumford 
av. 
Daniel L., died April 21, 1903 
Edith, nurse, res. 32 Cherry 
Edward P., res. 51 Walnut 
Florence, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 65 Ash 
Josie D., W. W. Co., res. 32 Cherry 
Willis C, salesman, 103 Moody, res. do. 
Zeba, blacksmith, res. 16 Harvard 

Milner Alice M., W. W. Co., res. 25% Ash 
Forrest G., laborer, res. 96 Taylor 
Joseph F., boat builder, res. 25% Ash 
Maud G., W. W. Co., res. 25% Ash 

Milton George A., clothing, etc., 155 Moody, 
res. 8 Common, suite 8 



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Milton Henry S., res. 97 Church 
Minder John, E. H. W. Co., res. 152 Chestnut 
Miner Georgie, Am. W. W. Co., res. 107 
Adams 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Minnehan Bernard, res. City Home, South 

see Monahan, also Moynihan 
Minnock Bridget, widow of Michael J., res. 
144 School 
Charles, res. 144 School 
Ellen, res. 144 School 
Michael, res. 144 School 
Peter F., bookkeeper, W. Mfg. Co., res. 116 
Taylor 
Misel Jacob, res. 267 Crescent 
Mitchell Alice, res. 22 John 

Clara, scalp specialist, Lawrence block, 

res. 93 Taylor 
Edith M., bookkeper, 24 Myrtle, res. do. 
Edward J., grocer, 24 Myrtle, res. do. 
Elizabeth M., A. W. W. Co., res. 240 River 
Francina, widow of Joseph, died July 15, 

1905 
Frank Y., clerk, 347 Moody, res. at Boston 
Grace D., nurse, res. 135 Dale 
Henry G., operator, res. 41 Common 
John, laborer, res. 15 Spring- 
John .].. W. T. Co.. res. 15 Spring 
Joseph, plumber, res. 47 Piue 
Joseph E., W. W. Co., res. 79 Hall 
Joseph E. Mrs., milliner, 79 Hall, res. do. 
J. Clement, ins. agent, res. 29 Gushing 
Joseph R., W. W. Co., res. 206 Adams 
Katherine. W. W. Co.. res. 22 John 
Margaret W. W. Co., res. 22 John 
Mary, B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 15 Spring 
Nellie L.. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 15 Spring 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 22 John 
Thomas, res. 22 John 
Thomas F., laborer, res. < ( Felton 
Thomas J., core maker, res. 15 Spring 
William H., res. 110 Alder 
William R., laborer, res. 240 River 
William- S., clerk (B.i, res. 82 Dale 
Winefred, W. W. Co., res. 22 John 
Mitton Charles A., ins. agent, res. 61 Maple 
Moakley Robert C, clerk, res. 36 Hammond 
Mobilia Pasquale, weaver, res. 42 Spruce 
Moffatt Catharine, res. 27 Brown 

Myrtle, res. 27 Brown 
Mogan Edward A. S., res. 33 Exchange 
John B., clerk, res. 34 School 
John S., clerk, 105 Moody res. 35 School 
Nellie L., res. 33 Exchange 
William H, police, res. 34 School 
William, Jr., clerk, res. 34 School 
Mollica Tony, W. W. Co.. res. 34 Spruce 
Monaghan James F., res: 4 Oak 
James J., laborer, res. 79 Oak 
John F., engineer, res. 4 Oak 



Monaghan Mary F., res. 4 Oak 

Monahan Arthur T., clerk, 637 Main, res. 

35 South 
Catherine, widow of Dominic, res. 230 

River 
James, laborer, res. 79 Oak 
James E., paper hanger, res. 19 Water 
Patrick, laborer, res. 166 School 
Patrick, gateman, Newton St. crossing, F. 

R. R., res. 19 Water 
Thomas J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 100 

Calvary 
Thomas J.. W. W. Co., res. 37 South 
see Moynihan 
Monett Artemus, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 80 

Prospect 
Mont Charles, laborer, res. 85 Charles 
Montsie Edward C, clerk (B.), res. 13 

Leonard 
Moody Abbie J., widow of Ira A., died May 

11. 1904 
Alfred L., (Kenney & Moody), printer, 621 

Main, res. 376 Newton 
A. Lincoln, inspector plumbing and agent 

Board of Health, office City Hall, res. 

133 Plympton 
Christmas M., bookkeeper, 588 Main, res. 

133 Plympton 
Nathaniel A., died Feb. 20, 1904 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 09 Cherry 
Sarah N., widow of Nathaniel A., res. 94 

Chestnut 
William A., res. 33 Lyman 
Mooney Annie Mrs., res. 21 Vernon 

Frank, brakeman, B. & M. R. R., res. 107 

Pond 
James, laboi'er, res. 53 Calvary 
John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 107 Pond 
John J. (Patrick Mooney & Sons), 28 Ex- 
change, res. 219 School 
Martin J., gateman, res. 107 Pond 
Matthew, res. 8 Hammer 
Patrick (Patrick Mooney & Sons), hack 

stable, 28 Exchange, res. do. 
Patrick & Sous (Patrick, Jonn J., Richard 

and Wm. A. Mooney), hack stable, 28 

Exchange 
Richard (Patrick Mooney & Sons), 28 Ex- 
change, res. do. 
Thomas. W. B. & D. Works, res. 34 John 
William A. (Patrick Mooney & Sons), 28 

Exchange, res. do. 
Moor Bessie C, clerk. 183 Moody, res. 12 

Crescent 
George C, watchmaker, W. W. Co., res. 

12 Crescent 
John R., janitor, South grammar school, 

res. 75 Taylor 
May J., teacher, Lowell school, res. xo 

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Moor Sarah A., widow of Elijah D. ( res. 15 
Alder 
Stanley T., clerk, res. 12 Crescent 
Moore Albion P., W. W. Co., res. 13 Robbins 
Alice M., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 8 Brown av. 
Annie, res. 11 Appleton 
Caroline A., clerk, Internal Revenue office, 

(B.), res. 11 Appleton 
Charles E., W. W. Co., res. 345 Moody 
Charles E. D., res. 55 Woerd av. 
Charles W., student, res. 132 Crescent 
Cora, W. W. Co., res. 32 Cross 
Edmund, conductor, F. R. R., res. 82 

Gardner 
Edwin F., died Dec. 28, 1903 
Eliza J., res. 14 Liberty 
Ella E>, widow of John F., res. 22 Lyman 
Emma, res. 166 Ash 
Frank J., janitor, res. 32 Cross 
Fred H., W. W. Co., res. 47 Derby 
George B., soda and mineral water 

manfr., Massasoit, res. do. 
George F., res. 55 Walnut 
Georgena Miss, auditor Waltham Sav- 
ings Bank, 702 Main, res. 11 Appleton 
Herbert J., salesman, res. 35 Francis 
James M.. died Feb. 16, 1905 
John H., laborer, res. 8 Brown av. 
John M., real estate, res. 132 Crescent 
Julia A. Mrs., widow, res. 40 Orange 
Lizzie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Mabel G., W. W. Co., res. 1.9 Brown 
Martba A. Mrs., res. 179 Brown 
O. Vincent, W. W. Co., res. 27 Crafts 
Samuel, tailor (B.), res. 90 Robbins 
Sarah E., res. 14 Liberty 
Raymond, machinist, res. 342 Moody 
Walter, W. W. Co., res. 70 Hall 
Wilbur E., pattern maker, W. W. Co., res. 
342 Moody 
Moorbouse Josiah, dial painter, res. 80 Cres- 
cent 
Moran Bessie, died Aug. 15, 1904 

Charles S., provisions, 12 Hammond, res. 

do. 
George P., clerk, res. 12 Hammond 
James, carpenter, res. 12 Hammond 
John E., carpenter and builder, 14 Ham- 
mond, res. do. 
Maggie, W. W. Co., res. Massasoit 
Martin, laborer, res. Gorman av. 
Mary, domestic at 537 Main 
Mary, widow, res. 113 Central 
Minnie M., res. 12 Hammond 
Robert S., clerk, res. 93 Francis 
Thomas, machinist, res. 110 Harvard 
Thomas W., machinist, res. Gorman av. 
Victoria, widow of Frank, res. 110 Har- 
vard 
William, B. Mnfg. Co., res. r. 16 Calvary 



Moran William, laborer, res. 188 River 
Morancy Charles A. Mrs., removed to 
Laconia, N. H. 
Isaac W., W. W. Co., res. 87 Adams 
Morang George F. H, agent John Hancock 
Life Insurance Co., 3 Moody, res. 365 
River 
Morash Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Morchard Henry, machinist, res. 253 Moody 
Morell Cora D., teacher, Bemis school, res. 

18 Myrtle 
Morgan Edward D., cutter, res. 130 Brown 
Esther B.„ widow of Lester, res. 130 

Brown 
Frank J., salesman, res. 109 Taylor 
George L., W. W. Co., res. 130 Brown 
Hannah C, died March 22, 1905 
John, res. 76 Oak 
Lizzie. W. W. Co., res. 130 Brown 
Mary A., nurse, 11 Fiske 
Maria E., bookkeeper, 29 Moody, res. 109 

Taylor 
William H., picture frames and art store, 
29 Moody, res. 109 Taylor 
Moriarty Robert J., carpenter, res. 334 

Moody 
Morisat William H., motorman, res. 15 Pros- 
pect Hill av. 
Morley Florence, W. W. Co., res. 22 Wash- 
ington av. 
George W., machinist, res. 42 Curtis 
Herbert, machinist, res. 197 Newton 
Laura W., W .W. Co., res. 22 Washing- 
ton av. 
William J., L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 42 Curtis 

to nav. 
William, W. W. Co., res. 22 Washing- 
ton av. 
Morrill Ansel W., machinist, res. 43 Myrtle 
Calista G., widow of Samuel, res. rear 97 

Central 
Charles O., grocer, 619 Main, res. 78 Lex- 
ington 
Emma F., res. rear 97 Central 
Mae, W. W. Co., res. 154 Ash 
Percy E., inspector Newton St. Ry., res. 
69 Russell 
Morris Agnes B., milliner, res. 1 Gorham 
Albert, W. W. Co., res. 66 Orange 
Belle, cook, res. 149 Adams 
Chester, tester, res. 364 Crescent 
Edward, farmer, res. Lake 
Elijah A., painter, res. 125 Pond 
Ella, stenographer (B.), res. 1 Gorham 
Frank E., treas. Waltham Trust Co., res. 

2 Harding av. 
George E., teacher drawing, public 
schools, res. 34 Appleton 
* Honora. widow of Timothy, res. 1 Gorham 
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Morris John F., repairer, res. 191 Newton 
John F., jewel maker,, res. 191% Newton 
John R., section hand, res. 32 Francis 
John T., salesman, 692 Main, res. 43 

Vernon 
Katharine A., milliner, 121 Moody, room 

1, res. 1 Gorham 
Sarah I., res. 233 School 
Timothy B., machinist, res. 1 Gorham 
William H., W. B. & D. Works, res. 302 

Newton 
William H., farmer, res, 1 Main 
Morrison D. Wallis, W. W. Co., res. 94 

Adams 
Eben, janitor, res. 18 Hall 
Morrissey Annie, W. W. Co., res. 117 Pros- 
pect 
Annie L., trained nurse, res. 173 Grove 
Bridget, widow of Michael, res. 179 Grove 
Edward, res. 117 Prospect 
Frank, res. 117 Prospect 
Jeremiah F., electrician, res. 125 Prospect 
John, clerk, res. 117 Pond 
John W., W. W. W., res. 117 Prospect 
Joseph P., junk dealer, 56 Willow, res. do. 
Maggie, W. W. Co., res. 117 Prospect 
Margaret, clerk, res. 179 Grove 
Martin H., res. 179 Grove 
Minnie, res. 117 Prospect 
Thomas F., gardener, res. 173 Grove 
Morse Abijah A., job master, W. W. Co., 

res. 91 Ash 
Ada, bookkeeper, res. 722 Main 
Alma E., clerk, i*es. 91 Ash 
Annie A. Mrs., lodging house, 80 Adams 
Charles A., res. 91 Ash 
Cyrus A., W. W. Co., res. 151 Crescent 
Edna, W. W. Co., res. 135 Brown 
Elmer, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 21 Adams 
Florence, W. W. Co., res. 151 Crescent 
F. E., hoseman, S. F. E., No. 1, Moody, 

res. do. 
George H., clerk, res. 104 Taylor 
Henry W., cook, res. 94 Alder 
Jeanette, stenographer (B.), res. 93 Ash 
Jeannette, stenographer (B.), res. 93 Ash 
Lizzie Mrs., res. 135 Brown 
Mary E. Miss, res. 76 Russeh 
Milton C, W. W. Co., res. 91 Ash 
Pauline, milliner, res. 93 Ash 
Pearle E., teacher, North grammar, res. 

722 Main 
Willard W., W. W. Co.. res. 93 Ash 
William L., farmer, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Mortimer Hai*old S., machinist, W. W. Co., 

res. 209 Brown 
William A., clerk, 367 Moody, res. 209 

Brown 
William A., salesman, res. 209 Brown 
Morton Alice M., dressmaker, res. 89 Cherry 



Morton Anna, res. 42 Francis 

Charles H, foreman, res. 42 Francis 

Elizabeth A. Mrs., res. Moody 

George, driver, res. 913 Main 

Herbert, driver, res. 402 Lexington 

Jane L., widow of George M., res. 34 
Taylor 
Moser Bertha, housekeeper, res. 142 Myrtle 

Carl J., W. W. Co., res. 142 Myrtle 
Moses Ernest M., draughtsman, res. Wor- 
cester lane 

Mary F., teacher, North grammar school, 
res. 155 Summer 

Thomas F. Dr., teacher natural science, 
res. Worcester lane 
Mosher Alice, W. W. Co., res. 37 Washing- 
ton av. 

Allen V., R. R. mail clerk, res. 69 High 

Augusta, clerk, res. School, nr. Bacon 

Beatrice, W. W. Co., res. Columbus av. 

Carl J., dial painter, res. 32 Maple 

E. W., res. 69 High 

Eliza Mrs., nurse, res. 37 Washington av. 

Marshall J., physician, 925 Main, res. do. 

Mary, res. Prospect Hill av. 

Thomas H, W. W. Co., res. 69 High 
Mosman Edwin J., bookkeeper, 48 Canal, 

(B.), res. 103 Russell 
Moss Samuel, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 13 High 
Motley Casper, res. Clark's lane 
Mott Albert A., telegrapher, res. 145 Robbins 

James N., res. 145 Robbins 

Jessie, res. 836 Main 
Moulton Amos, died March 21, 1903 

Charles H, boots and shoes (B.), pres. 
Waltham Nat. Bank, res. 67 Crescent 

Clifford, machinist, res. 161 Ash 

Henry M., watchmaker, res. Newton, hear 
Myrtle 

James A., carpenter, res. 161 Ash 

Laura L., teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 

Samuel L., W. W. Co., res. 60 Orange 
Mouyeos James, clerk, res. Brown av. 

Peter, confectionery, 649 Main, r.Brown av. 
Mowett William, baker, res. 852 Main 
Moyes George G., W. W. Co., res. 14 Wads- 
worth av. 

Maria Mrs., res. 14 Wadsworth av. 
Moynihan Dennis, driver, res. 92 Bacon 

Eva. res. Crescent Park 

Margaret Ml, res. 185 School 

Mary J., widow of Patrick, res. Crescent 
Park 

see Monahan 
Mudgett Anna, dressmaker, res. 23 Harris. 
Mulcahey Sarah, widow of Patrick, res. 

Pond-st. ct. 
Mulder Henry, plumber, res. 159 Moody 
Muldoon Alice, J. L. .T. Mnfg. Co., res. 7 
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Muldoon Edward T., res. 89 Oak 
Elizabeth G., res. 7 Cedar 
James, plumber (B.), res. 55 Fiske 
John, died June 22, 1904 
John F., engineer, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

89 Oak 
John P., res. 7 Cedar 
Mulhall Fannie Mrs., res. 121 Adams 
Michael, driver, res. 77 Oak 
Walter S., stenographer (B.), res. 121 

Adams 
Mulkerns Michael, W. F. Co., res. 28 

Fountain 
Mullaney Ehen, widow of Mathew J., res. 

46 Oak 
Peter, iron worker, res. 56 Calvary 
Mullen Annie, res. 35 School 

Catherine, widow, res. 5 Calvary 
Catherine A. Mrs., res. 21 Gorham 
Catherine F., nurse, res. 70 School 
Edward G., salesman, res. 70 Charles 
Edward J., student, res. 48 Harvard 
Elizabeth, widow of John, res. 86 Ex- 
change 
Emma E., clerk, res. 48 Harvard 
Frank A., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 34 Clinton 
Frank J., W. W. Co., res. 70 School 
Howard A., w . W. Co., res. 129 Brown 
James, carriage smith, Music Hall av., 

res. 48 Harvard 
James J., res. 9 Middle 
John E., printer, res. 21 Gorham 
John H., clerk, 199 School, res. 23 Vernon 
John L., plumber, 588 Main, res. 9 Middle- 

st. place, 
John T., res. 5 Calvary 
Kate, Am. W. W. Co., res. 96 Cedar 
Katherine, W. W. Co., res. 234 River 
Louis M., res. 5 Calvary 
Martin, laborer, res. 96 Cedar 
Mary A., res. 9 Middle 
Mary E., dressmaker, 48 Harvard, res. do. 
Mary J., res. 9 Middle 
Peter, molder, res. 96 Cedar 
Ruby R., W. W. Co., res. 47 Myrtle 
Sarah E., teacher, The Lowell school, res. 

5 Calvary 
Thomas, porter, 20 Crescent, res. do. 
Thomas F., produce, res. 9 Middle 
Thomas H. J., student, res. 33 Gorham 
Thomas J., clerk, res. 114 Taylor 
William H., machinist, res. 112 Taylor 
Mulligan James, Jr., driver, res. 34 John 
James T., W. B. & D. Works, res. 34 John 
Joseph B., died July 14, 1904 
Mary, res. City Home, South 
Mulloy Everett S., W. W. Co., res. 81 Orange 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 81 Orange 
Nathan P., foreman, W. W. Co., res. 81 
Orange 



Mulloy, see Maloy, also Malloy 

Mulvihill Annie L, dressmaker, res. 39 John 
Edward J., mason, res. 7 Goi"ham 
Martin, res. 39 John 

Mumford Arthur F., printer, res. rear 91 
Crescent 
Charlotte Mrs., res. 190 Adams 
Ethel, W. W. Co., res. 51 Taylor 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 190 Adams 
Mabel B., W. W. Co., res. 51 Taylor 
Mary E., widow of Heber, res. 51 Taylor 
Maud, W. W. Co., res. 190 Adams 

Mundy Clarence N., salesman, res. 54 
Howard 

Munroe Ada, W. W. Co., res. 158 Lowell 
Florence, E. H. W. Co., res. 57 Francis 
Francis B., watchmaker, res. 43 Pine 
Fred W., steamfitter, res. 25 Lowell 
Ina G., W. W. Co., res. 43 Pine 
Lewis M., machinist, res. 57 Walnut 
Sarah E. Mrs., dressmaker, 43 Pine, res. 

do. 
Slade H, roofer, res. 40 Russell 
Ward, machinist, res. 65 Cherry 

Munt Charles, laborer, res. 85 Charles 

Mun'ster Carrie A., res. 25 Grant 

Charlotte Mrs., bread store, 13 Elm, res. 

do. 
Charlotte G, stenographer (B.), res. 25 

Grant 
Frederick A., clerk, res. 57 Grant 
Harriet M., res. 57 Grant 
.1. Henry, J. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Grant 
J. William, clerk, 135 Mooay, res. 61 Grant 
Louisa A., Am. Crayon Co., res. 25 Grant 
Mary A., widow of AugusUis, res. 25 Grant 

Murcott Henry, steam fitter, res. 23 High- 
land 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 23 Highland 
William, W. W. Co., res. 23 Highland 

Murdoch Blanche, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Frank C, provisions, 102 Bacon, res. do. 
Frank U., res. 45 Gorham 
William H., res. 45 Gorham 
William J., weaver, res. 45 Gorham 

Murphy Alice L., res. 23 Pine 
Agnes, laundress, res. 98 Taylor 
Annie, W. W. Co., res. 27 Moore 
Annie E., clerk, 26 Moody, i*es. 94 Bacon 
Bernard F., W. W. Co., res. 51 Columbus 

av. 
Bridget, widow of Bernard, res. 27 Moore 
Bridget A., W. W. Co., res. 27 Moore 
Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 58 Bobbins 
Catherine G., widow of Jeremiah A., res. 

94 Bacon 
Daniel, died May 10. 1905 
Daniel, shoe repairer, res. rear 60 Calvary 
Edward, died March 2J, 1905 
Edward J., weaver, res. 571 Main 



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Murphy Elizabeth, res. 98 Taylor 

Ellen, died Sept. 19, 1903 

Ellen Mrs., res. 98 Taylor 

Eugene E., conductor res. 23 Columbus av. 

Florence, W. W. Co., res. 117 Brown 

Frank W., clerk, 649 Main, res. Central 
House 

Gertrude C, W. W. Co., res. 27 Moore 

Humphrey D., butcher, 47 Fiske, res. do. 

James A., clerk, res. 13 Oak 

James J., died Feb. 12, 1903 

James P., mgr. New Eng. Pub. Co. (B.), 
res. 25 Linden 

John, laborer, res. 49 Williams 

John J., linotype operator, W. Pub. Co., 
res. at Cambridge 

John J., teamster, res. 93 Central 

John R., provisions, 43 Fiske av., res. do. 

John S., driver, res. 47 Alder 

John W., clothing, 26 Moody, res. 94 Bacon 

Joseph J., W. W. Co., res. 27 Moore 

J. W. & Co. ((Mrs. K. G. Murphy), cloth- 
ing, 26 Moody 

Kate, housekeeper, 157 Crescent 

Kate G. Mrs. (J. W. Murphy & Co.), cloth- 
ing, 26 Moody, res. 94 Bacon 

Mary, res. City Home, South 

Nellie A., clerk, res. 23 Pine 

Patrick B., flsh dealer, 20 Williams, res. 
do. 

Patrick T., dial maker, res. 12 Hall 

Robert, loom fixer, res. 571 Main 

Thomas, asst. supt., 3 Moody, room 30, res. 
High 

Thomas, laborer, res. 77 Felton 

Timothy, laborer, res. 34 Winthrop 

Walter, clerk. Elm Hotel res. do. 

William, shoemaker, res. 4 Mack's ct. 

William A. clerk, res. 571 Main 

William H., laborer, res. 69 Oak 
Murran John, machinist, D. & F. Mfg. Co., 

res. 244 River 
Murray Betsy M. Mrs., res. 378 Newton 

Cora H., res. 142 Crescent 

Ethel M., student, res. 23 Dartmouth 

George Mrs., res. Gushing, cor. Gardner 

Grace, res. 3 Winthrop 

John, folder, W. B. & D. Works, res. 28 
Cross 

John II., hairdresser, 6 Crescent, res. 3 
Winthrop 

Mary, res. S7 Cushing 

Mary, died March 19, 1903 
Nora E., widow of Henry, res. 23 Dart- 
mouth 
Norbert G, W. W. Co., res. 3 Winthrop 
Patrick J., carpenter, res. 10 Middle-st. pi. 
Robert Rev., res. 85 Crescent 
William, die cutter, W. W. Co., res. 142 
Crescent 



Murrin William J., expressman, r. 20 Cutter 
Murtha Michael, boots and shoes, 24 Charles 

res. 37 do. 
Muse Levi, died January, 1904 
Mary M., widow of Levi, res. 121 Chestnut 
Thomas L., res. 121 Chestnut 
MUTUAL INS. CO. OF SALEM, D. F. Viles 

& Co., agents, 637 Main (see page 26) 
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, 

E. A. Walker, agent, 637 Main, room 12, 

(see page 10) 
MUTUAL PROTECTION FIRE INS. CO. 

of Charlestown, Mass., E. A. Walker, 

agent, 637 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
MUTUAL PROTECTION INS. CO. OF 

CHARLESTOWN, D. F. Yiles & Co., 

agents, 637 Main (see page 26) 
Muzzey Jesse, engineer, res. 9 Mt. Pleasant 
Myron Thomas C, laundry, 694 Main, res. 

32 Floyd 
Myshrall Peter Frederick, painter, res.. 

LoAA'ell's Grove 
William K., painter, res. 5 Whitney av. 

NALE FRED E., foreman, E. H. W. Co., 

res. 73 Hammond 
Nally John, city laborer, res. 13 Williams 
Mary W., W. W. Co., res. 11 Williams 
Narramore Minnie A., W. W. Co., res. 18 

Maple 
Nash John H., machinist, res. 45 Hall 
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INS. CO. OF 
PITTSBURG, B. S. Tolman, agent, 621 
Main (see page 11) 
NATIONAL FIRE INS. CO. OF HART- 
FORD, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
Express Co., Walter J. Stone, agent, 685 
Main 
Nauss George B., bookkeeper, res. 117 Chest- 
nut 
John A., died June 2, 1903 
Mary J. Mrs., res. 117 Chestnut 
-Navien Dennis F., teamster, res. M. Na- 
viens, Naviens ct. 
James J., res. M. Navien's, Naviens ct. 
Michael, coal dealer, Naviens ct., res. do. 
Nellie J., bookkeeper (B.)„ res. M. Na- 
vien's, Naviens ct. 
Thomas, typewriter, res. Naviens lane 
Nazzaro Camillo, hairdresser, 128 Prospect 
Neal Bertram, W. W. Co., res. 75 Maple 
Clara Mrs., res. 113 High 
Ernest L., hcrseman, Chemical No. 1, Lex- 
ington, res. do. 
Ernest S., W. W. Co., res. Lexington 
George E., painter, res. 175 Willow 
Hattie A., clerk,135 Moody, res. 16 Cushing 
Herbert E., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 
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Neal James, W. W. Co., res. 113 High 
Lewis F., W. W. Co., res. 8 Prospect 
Margareta B., W.. W. Co., res. 29 Ash 
Oliver L., res. 121 Brown 
Ralph S., watchmaker, res. 113 High 
Neale Charles W., grocer, 499 Main, res. 150 
Brown 
Isabel L. Mrs., res. 150 Brown 
Nealon Thomas E., W. W. Co.,res. 89 Cherry 

William H, moulder, res. 18 Calvary 
Neely Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 9G Robbins 
Nee John F., driver, res. 43 Hammond 
Needham Clarence B., milkman, res. Wilbur 

Percy E., helper, res. Wilbur 
Nelson Berndt, organ builder, res. Tomlin 
Charles, W. W. Co., res. 13 Wadsworth 

av. 
Charles J., watchmaker, res. 101 Crescent 
Fred L., W. W. Co., res. 81 Robbins 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 80 Brown 
George, shoemaker, res. 52 Alder 
John L., machinist, J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 

38 Curtis 
Maria, widow of Horatio G., res. 26 Spruce 
Nels, res. 37 Cutter 

Samuel M., machinist, res. 83 Taylor 
See Nielson, Nilson, also Nilsson 
Nersesian A. G., tailor, 592 Main, res., do. 

S. G., tailor, 592 Main, res/ do. ^ 
Nethercote Margaret Mrs., res. 19G Willow 
Michael H, machinist, res. 120 Taylor 
William F., machinist, res. 196 Willow 
Nevins John, res. 09 Lowell 

Mamie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 09 Lowell 
NEW ENGLAND COAL CO. (Pryor Ful- 
ton, prop.), coal, wood, etc., 6U9 Main, 
179 Moody, main office and yard, New- 
ton, opp. R. R. station (see back cover) 
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INS. 
CO., Boston, Hollis E. Dennen, agent, 
179 Moody (see page 11) 
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH CO., Bank BIdg., 2 Lex- 
ington; executive offices, 101 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see page 29) 
NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRE INS. CO. OF 
MANCHESTER. N. H., D. F. Viles & 
Co., agents. 037 Main (see page 26) 
NEW JERSEY PLATE GLASS INS. CO., 
E. A. Walker, agent. 637 Main (see 
page 10) 
NEW YORK PLATE GLASS INS. CO. OF 
N. Y., J. F. & F. I. Robinson, agents, 
637 Main (see Tremont Theatre Dia- 
gram) 
Newbert Albert N., W. W. Co., res. 216 Ash 
Newcomb Dwight B., driver, res. 21 Ham- 
mond 
George C, Jr., W. W. Co., res. 405 Chest- 
nut 



Newcomb John W., removed to Waverley 
W. Alfred, carpet layer, res. 376 Moody 
Newell Brett PL, laborer, i'es. rear 73 Ex- 
change 
Bridget M., res. 45 Charles 
Chauncey, driver, res. 73 Exchange 
Denzil M., res. 1 Fuller 
Ernest D., machinist, res. 79 Brown 
John B., died Aug. 16, 1904 
John L., expressman, res. 10 Mechanic 
Martin, laborer, res. Emery, cor. Pond 
M. Samuel, laborer, res. 71 Exchange 
Patrick, laborer, W. Coal Co., Elm, res. 29 
Exchange 
Newland William D., janitor, W. W. W., 90 

Felton, res. 120 High 
Newman Benjamin T., W. B. & D. Works, 
res. Foundry av. 
Edith V., stenographer, r. 60 Columbus av. 
Ella L., teacher, R. E. Robbins school, res. 

at Boston 
Gertrude M., trained nurse, res. 60 Colum- 
bus av. 
Harold, clerk, 157 Moody, res. 60 Colum- 
bus av. 
Herbert T., W. W. Co., res. 60 Columbus 

av. 
Margaret G., W. W. Co., res. 60 Colum- 
bus av. 
Walter, bookkeeper, res. 60 Columbus av. 
Newton Caroline Mrs., res. 25 Adams 

Chai"lotte A., widow of John A., res. 995 

Main 
George E., res. 85 Cherry 
George L., res. 145 Dale 
Herbert J., manufacturer, res. 53 Pine 
Levi W., died Oct. 10, 1903 
Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 15 Orange 
Porter L., milkman, res. 475 South 
Thomas, plumber, res. 14 Brook av. 
William H., res. 85 Cherry 
NIAGARA FIRE INS. CO. OF N. Y., D. F. 
Yiles & Co., agents, 637 Main (see p. 26) 
Nichols Alfred C, bookkeeper (B.i. res. 590 
Main 
Charles E., janitor, North grammar school, 

res. 10 Mt. Pleasant 
Charles E., W. W. Co., res. 160 Brown 
Frank W., milkman, res. 380 Lexington 
Harry F., clerk (B.), res. 380 Lexington 
Henry C, res. 380 Lexington 
Henry F., died May 1, 1905 
James B., W. W. Co., res. 10 Adams 
Mary T., widow of Noah B., res. 141 Ash 
Sadie L., W. W. Co., res. 32 Cherry 
Nicholson Margaret S., res. 94 Chestnut 
Nickerson A. F. Mrs., res. 312 Moody 
Arthur W., W. W. Co., res. 312 Moody 
Bernard, machinist, E. H. W. Co., res. 312 
Moody 



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Nickerson Jesse L., W. W. Co.. r. 112 Myrtle 
NicoJ Margaret B.. dressmaker, res. 564 
Main 
Marion B.. trained nurse, res. 564 Main 
Nielson Hannah. B. Mfg. Co., res. 85 Central 
Nilen Mary, widow of Peter, res. 40 Pros- 
pect-st. av. 
Mary L., res. 40 Prospect-st. av. 
Niles Fred J., ironer. res. 47 Williams 
Nillson Pehr. teacher. Manual training 

school, res. at Newtonville 
Nims Edward A., machinist, res. 02 Orange 
Robert H.. operator. F. R. R., res. 39 
Morton 
Niver Caroline, widow of James B., res. 
West 
Isabella, res. West 
James B., clerk (B.), res. West 
Mary X. A., res. West 
Xoble Archie E.. sec. and manager Water- 
town Lumber Co., res. 275 Crescent 
Lorenzo. Horological school, res. 275 Cres- 
cent 
Xolan James A., janitor. Training School 
for Nurses, res. end Harvard pi. 
Martin, junk dealer, res. 39 Bolton 
Michael, res. 12S Bacon 
Patrick. W. B. & D. Works, res. S3 Ex- 
change 
Thomas, laborer, res. 1S3 Grove 
Xoon Annie M.. widow of John, 201 Felton 

Margaret J., res. 201 Felton 
Xoonan Edward A.. U. S. Navy, res. 118 
Charles 
Edward J., gardener, res. IIS Charles 
John F. E. H. W. Co.. res. 11 Williams 
Katherine. housekeeper. 118 Charles 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 126 Charles 
Patrick, laborer, res. 10 Mechanics 
Patrick, died Dec. 1, 1904 
Patrick E.. letter carrier, res. 12 Fern 
Patrick F.. moulder, res. 11 Williams 
Noone Patrick, at W. B. & D. Works, res. 16 

Cedar 
Xorcross Burt F.. machinist, res. 23 Weston 
Frank, res. 118 Chestnut 
George G.. res. 69 Oak 
Otis L.. W. W. Co.. res. 26 Orange 
William H.. weaver, res. 76 Exchange 
Xoren Victor, painter, res. 16 Cross 
NORFOLK MET. FIRE IXS. CO. of Ded- 
liam. Mass.. Wm. H. Johnson, agent. 
661 Main and 211 Moody (see page 11) 
Xorris Caleb, laborer, res. 26 Fern 
Xorlimr Henrv. W. W. Co.. res. 450 Moody 
NORTH BRITISH AXD MERCANTILE 
IXS. CO. OF LOXDOX AXD EDIX- 
BURG. J. F. & F. I. Robinson, agents, 
637 Main (see Tremont Theatre Dia- 
gram) 



XORTHERX ASSI'RAXCE CO. OF LOX- 
DOX. EXGI.AXD. E. A. Walker, agt, 
637 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
XORTHERX IXS. CO. OF XEW YORK, 
W. H. Johnson, agent, 661 Main and 211 
Moody (see page 11 1 
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE IXS. 
CO. OF MILWAUKEE. Wis.. J. 
Douglass Holland, dist. manager, P. O. 
Box 39 (see page 4) 
Xorthup Elizabeth C. editor (B.). res. 77 
Crescent 
Marietta Mrs., res. 77 Crescent 
Winnie. W. W. Co.. res. 7 Alder 
Norton Benjamin F.. painter, res. 9 High- 
land 
Benjamin F. Jr.. painter, res. 9 Highland 
Charles H.. res. 103 Pine 
Emily, widow of Carlos W.. res. S6 Brown 
Lewis W.. painter, res. 9 Highland 
Margaret. B. Mfg. Co., res. Massasoit, 

near Main 
Michael, gate tender. F. R. R.. res. 103 

Pine 
Michael, laborer, res. 162 School 
Patrick J., plumber, res. 157 School 
Thomas, mason, res. 35 Cutter 
Thomas IP., actor, res. 103 Pine 
William A., actor, res. 103 Pine 
William P., laborer, res. 162 School 
William F.. Jr.. res. 162 School 
XORWICH I'XTOX FIRE IXS. SOCIETY 
OF ENGLAND. E. A. Walker, agent 
637 Main, room 12 (see page 10) 
Notre Dame Training School. Newton, cor. 

Grove 
Xourse Ursula M.. widow of Timothy, 

res. 167 Adams 
Xowland Emily, nurse, res. rear 395 Lexing- 
ton 
Xowlin Daisy A.. W. W. Co.. res. 121 Ash 

Eunice, widow of Otis. res. 121 Ash 
Xoyes Agnes F.. teacher. South grammar 
school, res. 72 High 
Amos B.. machinist. W. W. Co.. res. 124 

Adams 
Maria T. Mrs., res. 67 Lowell 
Nugent John J., removed to Cambridge 
Margaret, widow of Patrick A., res. 169 

Charles 
Sarah, stenographer, res. 169 Charles 
Xutley Edward, res. SO Central 

Margaret, widow of Peter, res. S9 Central 
Nutter Etta. W. W. Co.. res. 63 Ash 
Harriet, W. W. Co.. res. 179 Adams 
Minnie L. Mrs., housekeeper, res. 138 
Brown 
Xutting Charles F., carpenter, res. 53 Chest- 
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Nutting Charles P. (C. P. Nutting & Co.) 

boat and canoe builder, Prospect-st. 

bridge, north bridge, north side, res. 446 

Main 
NUTTING C. I'. & CO. (Charles P. Nutting), 

boat and canoe builders, and boats to 

let. Riverview Boat House. Prospect-st. 

bridge, north side (see page 23) 
EYerett W.. Am. W. W. Co.. res. Hope av. 
Fred, W. W. Co.. res. OF Chestnut 
George E., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 79 

Adams 
Harry, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 53 Chestnut 
Walter, W. W. Co.. res. 200 Lowell 
Nystram Helmer A., res. off South, near 

Dartmouth 

OAKES ANN, died Aug. 14, 1903 
Edwin E.. res. 55 Myrtle 
John F., janitor, 94 Adams, res. do. 
Oates Thomas J., watchmaker, res. 11 Wal- 
nut 
Ober Hannah. W. W. Co., res. 121 Adams 
Helen, teacher. High school, res. 03 Cen- 
tral 
O'Brien Agnes G., bookkeeper, res. 8 Win- 
throp 
Alice M.. W. W. Co., res. 8 Winthrop 
Catherine C, W. B. & D. Works, res. 207 

Grove 
Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 6 Mechanic 
Charles 3"., teamster, 56 Felton, res. 17 

Highland 
Ellen Mrs., res. 4 Floyd 
Georgie Miss, W. W. Co., res. Lowell, cor. 

Hall 
G. F., attendant, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
James, grocer, cor. Oak and Cedar, res. 

188 Newton 
James. W. W. Co., res. 138 Bobbins 
James, driver, res. 337 River 
John, farm hand, res. Frank J. Stewart's, 

Winter 
John J., teamster, res. 116 Calvary 
John, farm hand, Wm. B. Stearns 
John, laborei - , res. 6 Mechanic- 
John F., machinist, res. 207 Grove 
Margaret, at B. Mfg. Co.. res. 6 Mechanic 
Mary C, W. W. Co., res. 17 Highland 
Mary Jane, widow of Michael, res. 8 Win- 
throp 
Michael, at W. B. & D. Works, res. 116 

Calvary 
Michael, laborer, res. 207 Grove 
Michael, laborer, res. 25 Oak 
Nathaniel P., mason, 100 High. res. do. 
Patrick, laborer, res. 92 Bacon 
Patrick A., res. 116 Calvary 
Patrick E.. hairdresser, 137y 2 Moody, res. 
15 Lowell 



O'Brien Thomas, laborer, res. 144 Calvary 
William, W. G. Co., res. 337 River 
William J., hostler, res. 52 Exchange 

O'Connell Annie L., stenographer (B.), res. 
346 School 
Catherine, clerk, 101 Moody, res. 50 Ex- 
change 
David, tailor, 673 Main, res. 47 Oak 
Edward F., W. W. Co., res. 346 School 
Edward N., produce, res. 18 Oak 
Hugh, cigar maker, res. 4 Charles-st. av. 
Jennie M., W. W. Co., res. 346 School 
John, W. W. Co., res. 346 School 
John, stone mason, res. 4 Charles-st. av. 
John, hostler, res. 197 Newton 
Lizzie, B. Mfg. Co., res. 12 Lexington 
Margaret, housekeeper, res. 50 Exchange 
Mary J., W. W. Co., res. 316 School 
Patrick, mason, res. rear 50 Exchange 
Timothy, teamster, res. 43 Francis 
William, res. 346 School 

O'Connor Annie, clerk (B.), res. 12 Ham- 
mond 
John J., asst. bookkeeper, Am. Watch 

Tool Co., res. 298 River 
John J., gardener, res. 50 Francis 
Joseph, Jr., musician, res. 12 Hall 
Mary, dressmaker, res. 12 Hall 
Mary B., res. 31 Gorham 
Michael, laborer, res. 298 River 
Michael H., supt.. 135 Moody, res. 50 

Francis s 

Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 12 Hall 
Thomas, laborer, res. 31 Gorham 
Thomas J., clerk, res. 31 Gorham 
Thomas F., stenographer (B.), res. 298 

River 
William F., stenographer (B.), res. 50 
Francis 

0"Day John, 119 Pond 

Martin, laborer, res. 74 Francis 
Peter, mason, res. 119 Pond 
William, laborer, res. 184 River 

Odd Fellows Hall, 661 Main 

Odell John E., died Oct. 28, 1903 

Odion Clara, res. 98 Orange 

O'Donnell Charles, watchmakers' supplies, 
212 Moody, res. at Auburndale 
Frank, elevator man, res. rear 34 Newton 
Joseph, machinist, res. 34 Francis 

O'Dwyer Christopher, W. W. Co., res. 12 
Robbins , 

Oelling William E., glass blower, res. War- 
ren, near Beaver 

Ogden Minnie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 258 
Moody 

O'Grady, see Grady 

O'Hanian Dickrant, 'O'H. D. W., res. 64 
Orange 
Martin. O'H. D. W-, res. 349 Moody 



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O'Hara Daniel (O'Hara Waltham Dial Co.), 
watch dial mfr„ Rumford av., C. P., 
res. Greenwood av. 
Dwigkt, student, res. Greenwood av. 
Elliott, student, res. Greenwood av. 
Fitch, student, res. Greenwood av. 
' Joseph G., res. 103 Crescent 
Mary, at B. Mfg. Co., res. rear 26 Lexing- 
ton 
Skidniore, student, res. Greenwood av. 
Thomas, fireman, res. 302 River 
Waltham Dial Co., Daniel O'Hara, prop., 
Rumford av., C. P. 
O'Hare Patrick, died Dec. 5, 1903 

Peter, W. E. Wheel Co., 115 Bacon, res. 
16 Guinan 
Ohlson Hjalmar, W. W. Co., res.217 Robbins 

Robert, joiner, res. 217 Robbins 
Ohaemus Andrew, wheelwright, res. 110 
Bacon 
Charles A., yard foreman, res. Farns- 

worth, near Bacon 
Edward A., driver, res. 110 Bacon 
Frederick J., driver, res. Farnsworth 
George H., tallyman, res. 45 Farnsworth 
William E. J., salesman (B.j, res. 15 Floyd 
O'Keefe Michael, grocer, 683 Main 
O'Laughlin John J., blacksmith, res. rear 148 
School 
See Laughlin, also Loughlin 
Oliver Alice B.. bookkeeper, W. W. Co., res. 
142 Lowell 
Cyrus L., W. W. Co., res. 291 School 
Joseph H., machinist, res. 94 Robbins 
Ollock Lottie, bookkeeper, res. 85 Brown 
Olmstead Ellis B., salesman, 135 Moody, res. 
64 Cherry 
Osmond W., W. W. Co., res. 18 Maple 
Olmsted Emma M.. W. W. Co.. res. 621 Main 
Olney Albert H., W. W. Co., res. 17 Under- 
wood park 
Charles J., foreman, supply dept., W. W. 

Co., res. 394 Crescent 
Charles J., Jr., purchasing agt., res. 394 
Crescent 
Olson Alfred, operative, res. 387 River 
Andrew, organ maker, res. 43 Curtis 
John A., res. 145 Newton 
John M., machinist, res. 10 Robbins 
Lars, variety store, and teaming, 41 

Spruce, res. do. 
Mary Mrs., res. 41 Spruce 
Sven, painter, res. 41 Spruce 
O'Malley Peter J., mason, res. Massasoit 
O'Mara Daniel, J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 100 
Cedar 
Frank O., lather, res.. 148 School 
Mary J., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 148 School 
O'Neil Agnes C, res. 16 Curtis 

Abbie A., W. W. Co., res. 137 Charles 



O'Neil Andrew T., clerk, 875 Main, res. 16 
Curtis 
Annie E., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 38 Fiske 
Arthur, W. B. & D. Works, res. 200 River 
Arthur C, removed to Newton 
Catherine E., res. 46 Spring 
Catherine, res. 18 Wadsworth a v. 
Charles H., plumber, res. 16 Curtis 
Delia, widow of John, res. 220 Newton 
James E., watchmaker, res. 14 Curtis 
John, laborer, res. 16 Curtis 
John B., clerk, 96 Moody, res. 14 Guinan 
John F., plumber and gas fitter, res. 69 

Charles 
John J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 200 River 
John J., res. 3 Viles ct. 
John P., machinist, res. 220 Newton 
Joseph H., W. W. Co., res. 16 Curtis 
Mary E., res. 137 Charles 
Margaret G. Mrs., milliner, res. 1 Gorham 
Mary J., res. 200 River 
Michael, laborer, res. 137 Charles 
Michael H. (U. S. N.i, res. 3 Yiles ct. 
Thomas J., ins. agt., res. 137 Charles 
Ord Pearl, W. W. Co.. res. 86 Brown 
ORIENT INSURANCE COMPANY OF 
HARTFORD, Conn., William H. John- 
son, agent, (361 Main and 211 Moody 
(see page 11) 
Ormiston George, B. Mfg. Co., res. 118 Cen- 
tral 
Ormond Fred Y., W. W. Co.. res. 17 Water 
Thomas H., W. W. Co., res. 16 Charles-st. 
av. 
Ormsby Oriville H. Mrs., res. High, cor. Hall 
Ornberg John W„ .journeyman tailor, 28 

Moody, res. 88 Hammond 
Orne Charles B., W. E. W. Co., res. 58 Cush- 
ing 
Isabella. W. W. Co., res. 73 Brown 
Lottie L., W. W. Co., res. 73 Brown 
John A., res. Rumford av., C. P. 
Orner John A., res. Rumford av., C. P. 
Oscar W.. W. W. Co., res, Rumford av., 
C. P. 
O'Rourke, see Rourke 

Orr John R. (Orr & Hoyt), blacksmith, 

Harvard, cor. Charles, res. 148 Adams 

& Hoyt (John R. Orr, William M. Hoyt), 

carriage mfrs.. Harvard, cor. Charles 

O shorn Augusta, nurse, res. 102 Orange 

Bertha M., florist. 627 Main, res. 288 

Moody 
Edith M., removed to New York 
Everett B., W. W. Co., res. 152 Brown 
Floretta, removed to Somerville 
OSBORN GEORGE W.. undertaker and 
funeral director. 627 Main. res. 288 
Moody, tel con. 
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Osborn Hattie, housekeeper, r. 288 Moody 
Herbert W„ O'H. D. Co., res. 288 Moody 
Hiram, died May 14. 3 904 
Osborne Elizabeth, widow, res. Park, C. P. 
Osgood Grace E., clerk, res. 84 Gardner 
Olive A., sewing machine agent, res. 57 

Lawrence 
Ossian G., carpenter, res. Hollace 
Richard, foreman, box shop, AY. B. & D. 
Works, res. 189 River 
O'Shea Eugene, hairdresser, Lawrence bldg., 

room 4, res. 90 Pond 
O'Shaughnessey Margaret, res. 144 Calvary 
O'Shea Catherine, dry goods, 189 Newton, 

res. 19 Clinton 
Oster-burg Bernard, J. L. T. Mfg. Co.. res. 

21 Bellevue 
Otis Annie E., res. 899 Main 

Charles AY., driver, res. 899 Main 
James T., res. 899 Main 
Mary L., widow of Thomas, res. 899 Main 
Ollie S., W. W. Co., res. 899 Main 
O'Toole Mary, W. AY. Co., res. 18 Newton 
Lawrence A. J., machinist, res. 18 Newton 
Patrick, laborer, res. Centre 
Otte Amy, widow, res. 227 South 

Thomas G., stair builder, 43 South, res.do. 
Ottley Albert W., at B. Mfg. Co., res. Massa- 
soit 
Thomas, loom fixer, B. Mfg. Co., res. Mas- 
sasoit 
Otto Dora Mrs., res. 64 Lowell 
Oviatt Isabella P., res. 1 Harvard av. 

Louisa, res. 1 Harvard av. 
Owen Edward H., res. 150 Crescent 

Frank E., bookkeeper, 582 Main, res. 

Warren av. 
Frederick S., res. 43 Hall 
Lucella J., died April 9, 1904 
Martin, teamster, Waltham Coal Co., res. 

382 Main 
Walter, clerk, res. 8 Prospect 



PACKARD CALEB S., died Oct. 5, 1903 

S. Nevada, res. 25 Francis 
Pacifico William, prop. Riverside Hotel, res. 

do. 
Page Annie F., Mrs., res. 198 Newton 
Charles H., printer, res. 198 Newton 
Florilla Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Gertrude E., clerk, res. 198 Newton 
Harriet M., widow of Ezekiel W., res. 

481 Main 
Henry N., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 287 
Newton 
Paige .Tames F., removed to Newton 

Thomas T., died April 11, 1903 
Pa;ne Robert Treat, lawyer, res. Beaver, 
and (6 Joy, B.) 



Paine Robert T., Jr., lawyer (85 State, B.) t 
res. R. T. Paine's 
Sec Payne 
Palamouutain Etta R. Airs., res. 122 Chest- 
nut 
PALATINE INS. CO. OF ENGLAND, D. 
F. Yiles & Co., agents, (337 Main (see 
page 26) 
Palmer Beulah W., clerk, res. 29 South 
Charles E., finisher, Am. W. W. Co., res. 

29 South 
Charles H., rivet works, res. 11 Walnut 
Delia, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Dolphus D., res. 19 Adams 
Frederic M., res. 10 Floyd 
Harriet E., widow of Sanford, res. 42 Al- 
der 
Mary Mrs., bakery, 6 Prospect res. 12% do. 
May, teacher High school, res. 18 Harris 
Mildred M., res. 10 Floyd 
Susie M., AY. AY. Co., res. 42 Alder 
Paloski Frank, clerk (B.), res. 187 Brown 

Paul J., res. 187 Brown 
Papineau Augustus, dentist, 9 Pond, res. do. 

Marguerite, clerk (P..), res. 9 Pond 
Paquett Joseph, carpenter, res. Music Hall 
Paquin Alfred E., AA T . W. Co., res. 249 Moody 
Pardue Christina B., confectionery, 358% 
Moody, res. 59 Maple 
Thomas E., confectioner, res. 87 Wash- 
ington av. 
Park Comissioners' Office, City Hall 

Theodore W., res. 1130 Main 
Parker Abbott B.. machinist, AV. W. Co., 
res. 174 Adams 
Abby Mrs., res. 15 Myrtle 
Alfred C, chef, Bullard House, res. do. 
Alfred W., steel inspector (B. E. R. R., 

B.), res. end Worcester lane 
Bartholomew jl. Jr., watchmaker, res. 44 

Harvard 
Carrie M., bookkeeper, Waltham Laundry. 

res. 10 dishing 
Edgar M., AY. AY. Co., res. 46 Chestnut 
Edwin AA"., machinist, res. 136 Alder 
George AA 7 ., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 55 

Bobbins 
George E., res. 177 Chestnut 
Grace, W. W. Co., res. 115 Myrtle 
Hattie, AA T . AY. Co., res. 115 Myrtle 
John H., res. 59 Robbins 
Lilla, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 158 Main 
Lucy A., widow of William L., res. 28 

Prospect 
Mary Miss, res. end AA T orcester lane 
M. A. Mrs., res. 158 Main 
Mary E., widow of John L., res. Yarnum 

park, off Dale 
Melvin, res. 94 Russell 
Milan A., res. 158 Main 



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Parker Owen A., W. W. Co., res. 134 Alder 
Susan, W. W. Co., res. 115 Myrtle 
Walter H., res. 138 Main 
William, E. W. Co., res. 115 Myrtle 
Willis P., W. W. Co., res. 10 Beech 
Parkinson Edward, O'H. W. D. Co., res. 23 
Kobbins 
Royal, student, res. 103 Lexington 
William, painter, res. 87 Ash 
William D., supt. of schools, High school 

bldg., res. 103 Lexington 
William H., carriage painter, 821 Main, 
res. 87 Ash 
Parkman Thomas, wheelwright, Music Hall 

aw, res. Warren, cor. Bowker 
Parks Arthur H., engineer, engine 2, res. 
110 Chestnut 
Charles H., W. W. Co., res. 110 Chestnut 
Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 129 Brown 
Parmenter Emma, W. W. Co., res. 90 
Bobbins 
Prank W., janitor, res. 68 Adams' 
George E., manager American Crayon Co., 

12 Felton, res. 15 Bacon 
Harriet, widow of Zenas, res./ 797 Main 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Nellie, stenographer, res. 68 Adams 
S. S. Mrs., res. 10S Main 
Parmer John A., granite worker and dealer, 

Felton, res. 112% Prospect 
Parnell Alfred W., machinist, res. 10 Taylor 

Sarah Mrs., res. 10 Taylor 
Parrett Alice M., W. W. Co., res. 89 Robbins 
Parsons Arthur H., station agent, res. 76 
Gushing 
George C, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 430 River 
John F., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 2 Jackson place 
Isaac H., vice-pres. Buttrick Lumber Co., 
56 Felton, res. 22 Harvard av. 
Pastol George, res. 3 Myrtle terrace 
Partridge Ella A., stenographer (B.), res. 61 
Lawrence 
Edward M., W. W. Co.. res. 188 Adams 
Patch Ida Maude, res. 502 Main 

Samuel, supt. public bldgs., City Hall, 
Elm, res : 502 Main 
Patee Jane L., res. 502 Main 
Patenaude Evangaliste, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 

8 River av. 
Patrick Andrew E., blacksmith, W. Mnfg. 
Co., res. 14 Dartmouth 
Annie I., res. 14 Dartmouth 
Catherine E., clerk, 609 Main, res. 14 

Dartmouth 
Dexter B., foreman, W. W. W., 90 Felton, 

res. L80 Hammond 
Eliza J. Mrs., res. 142 Ash 
Hannah Mrs., res. 80 Robbins 
Harry, W. W. Co.. res. 80 Robbins 
Janet, W. W. Co., res. 14 Dartmouth 



Patrick Margaret, stenographer (B.), res. 14 

Dartmouth 
Patridge Frank L., driver Am. Ex. Co., res. 
108 Lowell 
Udolpho E., E. H. W. Co., res. 61 Law- 
rence 
Patriquin George W., herdsman, Cornelia 
Warren, res. Beaver- 
Grace, clerk, 135 Moody, res. Beaver 
Patten Alice W., Am. W. W. Co., res. 61 Rich 
Benjamin F., clerk, res. 61 Rich 
David, res. 845 Main 

Geraldine W., Am. W. W. Co., res. 61 Rich 
James, machinist, res. 297 School 
Roland W., compositor, res. 61 Rich 
Patterson Charles J., baker, res. 31 Gordon 
Elbridge J., died Nov. 2, 1903 
Fred G., W. W. Co., res. 74 Pine 
Joseph, boiler maker, res. Foundry a v. 
Lizzie A., widow of Elbridge J., res. 74 

Pine 
Marion, W. W. Co., res. 84 Robbins 
Robert, laborer, res. Foundry av. 
Paul Arthur H, asst. supt, B. Mfg. Co., 

res. 180 Main 
Fred II., W. W. Co., res. 53 Cherry 
Peter, machinist, res. 390 River 
William A., clerk, res. 180 Main 
William B., machinist, res. 180 Main 
Paun Carrie L., widow of David S., res. 61 

Adams 
Payne Katherine, Am. W. W. Co., res. 24 
Cutter 
Margaret, res. 24 Cutter 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 24 Cutter 
Peter, laborer, Am. W. W. Co., res. 24 Cut- 
ter 
Peter J., plumber, res. 24 Cutter 
see Paine 

Peter, laborer, Am. W. W. Co., res. 24 
Cutter 
Peabody Alice S., teacher, res. 31 Pond 
Edith, W. W. Co., res. 44 Myrtle 
Edward T., res. 31 Pond 
Frederick A., bookkeeper (B.), res. 14 

Church 
Henry W., police, res. 14 Church 
John S.. inspector (Cambridge V res. W. 

Dale 
S. Caroline, principal, The Banks school, 
res. 110 Lexington 
Pearce Frederick A., machinist, 582 Main, 
res. Endicott 
see Peirce, also Pierce 
Pearson Matilda, res. 38 Prospect-st. av. 

Susie, died March 11, 1904 (001 years old) 
Pease Blanche, W. W. Co.. res. 119 Brown . 

Howard A. Rev., res. Dwight 
Peaslee Austin B., motorman, res. 27a Ham- 
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Peasley Grace, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Peck Annie, widow of Elias, res. 259 Lowell 
George S., W. W. Co., res. 31 Fuller 
Hannah O., died Feb. 20, 1903 
Helen M. s widow of Roland H., res. 21 

Newton 
Mary A., res. 159 Summer 
William I., W. W. Co., res. 242 Moody 
Peck William H., clerk, 117 Moody, res. 242 

do. 
Peel James E., B. Mnfg. Co., res. G Jackson 
place 
William, weaver, res. 4 Lawton place 
Peers Laura Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 35 Wash- 
ington av. 
Peipipas Paul, W. F. Co., res. 114 Central 
Peirce Augustus B., master mariner, res. 
Edith Peirce's. Waverley Oaks road 
Charles E., baker, 13 Walnut, res. do. 
Edith Miss, res. Waverley Oaks road 
Elisha N., died Oct. 30, 1904 
Elisha N. & Sons (E. Allen & Herbert W.), 

flower growers, Waverley Oaks road 
E. Allen (E. N. Peirce & Sons), Waverley 

Oaks road, res. do. 
Herbert W. (E. N. Peirce & Sons), Waver- 
ley Oaks road, res. do. 
Maria A., widow of Benjamin, died June 

3, 1904 
Walter, baker, 13 Walnut, res. do. 
William J., res. 428 Main 
see Pearce, also Pierce 
Pelkey Elizabeth Mrs., res. 93 Taylor 
Mabel E., res. 93 Taylor 
William E., real estate, res. 93 Taylor 
Pendergast Fred W., broom maker, res. 5 
Whitney av. 
John A., broom manfr., 1 Whitney av., 
res. do. 
Pendexter George H., W. W. Co., res. 34 
Lawrence 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 12 Woerd av. 
Pendlebury Mary, W. W. Co., res. 22 Rob- 
- r bins 

Peter, W. W. Co., res. 16 High 
Pendleton Lizzie M., W. W. Co., res. 86 
Lowell 
Stella R., res. 23 Robbins 
i'enn George W., laborer, r. 8 Wellington av. 
Jennie,, stenographer, Foundry av., res. 8 
Wellington av. 
Penned Charles W., W. W. Co., res. 14 Alder 
Penned Eugene, W. W. Co., res. 144 Brown 
Penniman Maria A., died Dec. 20, 1903 
PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INS. CO. of 
PHILADELPHIA. J. F. & F. I. Robin- 
son, agents, 637 Main (see Tremont The- 
atre Diagram) 
Pepper Edward, res. Ridgewood ter. 



Percival Augustus S. (Taylor & Percival), 
hardware, stoves, furnaces, etc., 154 
Moody, res. 50 Lowell 
Periault Leon, W. B. & D. Works, res. 104 

Central 
Peridier Alcide, dial maker, res. 3 Bellevue 
Emile E., W. W. Co., res. 3 Bellevue 
Raoul, W. W. Co., res. 3 Bellevue 
Perkins Alberta, nurse, res. 26 High 

Alice I., photographer (B.), res. 34 Newton 
Anna, W. W. Co., res. 22 Adams 
Clara A., W. W. Co., res. 47 Pine 
D. E., clerk, 179 Moody, res. W. Newton 
Frank J., prop. Boston Branch Grocery 
and Tea House, 709 Main, res. at 
Maiden 
Frederick S., inspector, W. W. Co., res. 52 

Derby 
Gertrude M., W. W. Co., res. 35 Gordon 
Gertrude H., res. 16 Alder 
John W., res. 22 Adams 
Mary E. Mrs., res. 34 Newton 
Mary E., widow of Frank, res. 790 Main 
Sewall F., machinist, res. 35 Gordon 
Perley Dorintha, widow of James H., res. 

rear 29 Walnut 
Perrault J. Edward, foreman, J. T. Mnfg. 

Co., res. 61 Morton 
Perry Chauncy R., civil engineer, res. 
Greenwood av. 
Dominick, nurse (U. S. N.), res. 12 Brown 

av. 
Dora, clerk, 145 Moody, res. 39 Fiske 
Earle S., die maker, res. 23 Walnut 
John F., carpenter, res. 74 Hammond 
Jude, res. 12 Brown av. 
Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 12 Brown av., 
Peter A., harness mnfr., 689 Main, res. 

3 Munroe a v. 
Walter A., bookkeeper (B.), 15 Weston 
William, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 44 Cedar 
Peters Demiteric, confectionery, 5 Moody, 
res. 58 Common 
Edward W., clerk, res. Gorman av. 
Frank E., foreman, Am. Crayon Co.. res. 

77 Pine 
George H. W. E. W. Co., res. 77 Pine 
Gertrude, res. 21 Robbius 
Jeremiah, laborer, 205 Linden, res. do. 
Mary, res. 77 Pine 
& Co., confectionery, 5 Moody 
Peterson Alfred, foreman, A. T. Lyman's, 
res. Beaver 
August, fireman, E. H. W. Co., res. W. 

Dale 
Carl, painter, res. 8 Calvary 
Charles, painter, res. Newton, near Pine 
David A., W. W. Co., res. W. Dale 
Elizabeth, clerk, 145 Moody, res. 64 Pros- 
pect 



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Peterson Emma Mrs., res. 19 Derby 

Ellen W., bookkeeper, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Enoch E., W. W. Co., res. 124 School 
Erick J., pastor Lutheran church, res. 141 

Charles 
George, engineer, res. 19 Bellevue 
George E., driver, res. 2 Pratt av. 
Howard B., student, res. 33 Prospect 
Ida, weaver, res. Newton, near Pine 
PETERSON JACOB J. S., prop. Waltham 
Ice Co., Prospect, near Riverview sta- 
tion, res. 33 Prospect (see front cover) 
Jane, widow of John, res. G4 Prospect 
John, laborer, res. 8 Calvary 
Joseph, with J. J. S. Peterson, res. River- 
view place 
Nathaniel J., L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 38 

Curtis 
Nettie, W. W. Co., res. 64 Prospect 
Oscar R., machinist, res. 100 Cushing 
Peter, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 8 Calvary 
Ruth, W. W. Co., res. 8 Calvary 
William E., veterinary surgeon, 16 Ly- 
man, res. do. 
William O., E. H. W. Co., res. 32 Dart- 
mouth 
Petillo Coemo, fruit, 183 Newton 
Pettengill Nettie, W. W. Co., res. 35 Maple 

Robert, W. W. Co., res. 75 Adams 
Pettiner William V., W. W. Co., res. 44 

Chester av. 
Pettis Albert N., machinist, res. 45 Lowell 
Peugh J. Winfield, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 

22 Wellington 
Phelan Edward S., W. W. Co., res. 125 Pine 
John, machinist, W. W. Co., res. 125 Pine 
Kate, W. W. Co., res. 125 Pine 
Margaret, res. 97 Ash 
Mary, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 125 Pine 
Phelps Albert L., restaurant, 151 Adams, 
res. 149 do. 
Charles W., restaurant, 151 Adams, res. 

149 do. 
Clara W., housekeeper, 792 Main, res. do. 
Clara A., dressmaker, 120 High, res. do. 
Emma, res. 32 Spruce 
Henry A., florist, 120 High, res. do. 
Joseph, res. City Home, South 
Lorenzo, res. 32 Spruce 
Mary H., res. 32 Spruce 
Mary K., widow of Joseph, res. 32 Spruce 
Rose, W. W. Co., res. 259 Moody 
Susie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 45 Myrtle 
PHENIX INS. CO., of BROOKLYN, NEW 
YORK, J. P. & F. I. Robinson, agents, 
637 Main (see Tremont Theatre Dia- 
gram) 
Philbrick Martha M., stenographer, 621 

Main, res. 60 Hammond 
Philedian Association, 10 Moody 



Philedian Hall, 10 Moody 

Phillips Harry, carpenter, res. 4 Adams 

James L., engineer, res. 74 Alder 
Phinney Edith E. Mrs., music teacher, 18 
Townsend, res. do. 
Mabel I., bookkeeper, res. 84 Cherry 
Stanwocd W., collector, Globe, res. 18 
Townsend 
Phipps Florence E., teacher, res. 2 Robbins 
place 
M. Francis, res. 21 Gardner 
Norman B., salesman, res. 2 Bobbins place 
N. Marrella, milliner, res. 2 Robbins place 
PHCKNIX ASSURANCE CO. of ENGLAND, 
D. F. Yiles & Co., agents, 637 Main (see 
page 26) 
PHCKNIX INSURANCE CO. of HART- 
FORD, 'CONN., Hollis E. Dennen, agent, 
179 Moody (see page 11) 
Pichard L., carpenter, res. 124 Pine 
Pickett Amos W., W. W. Co., res. 33 Myrtle 
Pierce Alice G., res. 25 Myrtle 

Clara, widow of George E., res. Moody t 

cor. Robbins. 
Ethel M., bookkeeper, (B.), res. 37 Pros- 

pect-st. av. 
Fred L., W. W. Co., res. 55 Woerd av. 
George W., barber, res. 120 Pine 
Harriet B. R., widow of Rev. John D., 

res. 36 River 
Joseph M., fireman, res. 37 Prospect-st. av. 
Mary J., ironer, res. Gorman av. 
Myles, janitor, 1041 Main, res. Gorman av. 
see Pearce, also Pierce 
Pierson Gustave, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 16 

Cross 
PIETY CORNER CONSERYATORIES (G. 
Howard Allen, Fred L. Yeaw), Wor- 
cester lane (see page 46) 
Pike Frank M., clerk, res. 163y 2 Chestnut 
Hattie A., teacher, W. N. C, South Lex- 
ington, res. do. 
Jessie, W. W. Co., res. 108 Lowell 
J. Arthur, res. 41 Walnut 
Pine, see Pyne 
Pinel Lena L., W. W. Co., res. 57 Highland 

Walter, grocer, 7 Highland, res. 57 do. 
Pineo Harry, coachman, res. 99 Willow 
Pinkham Charles S., res. 62 Alder 

S. Elizabeth, asst. mgr., Adams House, 
res. do. 
PINKHAM RALPH A. (The BrunswickGro- 
cery and Provision Co.), 315 Moody, res. 
at Boston (see page 21) 
Pinney Elinor S., boarding house, 365 River 

Frederick A., gas fitter, res. 365 River 
Piper Anna M., bookkeeper, 593 Main, res. 
346 Moody 
Edith R., clerk, res. 206 Ash 
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Piper George H., salesman, res. 206 Ash 
Mary A., died Jan. 30, 1905 
Richard S. W., res. 346 Moody 
Place Charles A., clergyman, res. 90 Church 
Piatt Lucy, widow of Phineas, died Oct. 9, 

1904 
Platts Henry E., letter carrier (B.), res. 221 
Charles 
Lucy J., widow of Edwiu A., res. 75 Pros- 
pect 
Maud M., W. W. Co., res. 75 Prospect 
Plummer George S., res. 341 Moody 

Leander M., W. W. Co., res. 85 Alder 
Podniore John, book binder (B.), 185 Chest- 
nut 
Polard Clara B., W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Polechio Joseph, car painter, res. 15 Com- 
mon 
Nellie M., W. W. Co., res. 15 Common 
Police Station. Lexington, near Main 
Polland Phelps E., W. W. Co., res. 33 Taylor 
Pollard Elizabeth F. Mrs., res. 32 Spring 
Pollay Edgar S., W. W. Co., res. 393 Cres- 
cent 
Henry A., res. 37 Banks 
Poison Margaret W. W. Co., res. 11 Mt. 

Pleasant 
Pond George H., W. W. Co., res. 116 Chest- 
nut 
Ponson Lena, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 110 School 
POOLE CHARLES A., house painter and 
dealer in paints, oils and window glass, 
7 Elm, res. 136 Summer (see page 19) 
Edith H., clerk, res. 136 Summer 
Poolford Isaac, painter, 45 Spruce, res. 43 
do. 
Amos M., res. 56 Ash 
Poore Alma L., teacher Robbins school, res. 

77 Crescent 
Pope Albert T., extracts, res. 200 Lex- 
ington 
Arthur D., driver, res. 200 Lexington 
Florence W., res. 4 Appleton 
George B. & Co., hay and grain, 586 Main 
Harry V., clerk, 87 Moody, res. 58 Moody 
Phillip M., student, res. 4 Appleton 
Richard E., manager, 582 Main, res. 4 

Appleton 
Sarah M., widow of George B., res. 4 Ap- 
pleton 
Warren L., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 27 
South 
Popp Frank, W. W. Co., res. 241 Lowell 
Porteous Thomas, res. 107 Adams 
Porter Asa, carpenter, res. 12 Charles-st. av. 
Editha M., Am. W. W. Co., res. 11 Charles- 
st. av. 
Frank K., sec. and treas. Waltham Co- 
operative Bank, res. 27 Appleton 
Maud Mrs., variety store, 77 Prospect, res. 
12 Charles-st. av. 



Porter Theron H., shipper, 118 Bacon, res. 

55 Grant 
T. Arthur, printer, Free Press, res. 201 

Moody 
Willard K., hostler, 56 Felton, res. Park 

place 
William, teamster, res. 409 River 
Post Office, Moody, cor. Gordon 
Potter Charles W., trav. salesman, res. 4 

Common 
Clyde C, machinist, res. 22 Winthrop 
Esther, W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Frank M. (Potter & Stainforth), 222 

Moody, res. 75 High 
Georgia M., widow of James W., res. 75 

High 
Jeanne Mrs., res. 75 Adams 
Margaret Mrs., res. 35 High 
Sarah F. Mrs., res. 4 Common 
& Stainforth (Frank M. Potter, Alfred 

Stainforth), bicycles, sewing machines, 

222 Moody 
POUTAS ALPHONSE J., granite and mar- 
ble works, Castle, near M.C.R.R., res. 52 

Bacon (see back cover) 

Alphonse J., Jr., stone cutter, r. 52 Bacon 

Edward J., stone cutter, res. 48 Francis 

Poutasse George F., W. W. Co., res. 58 Fiske 

Josephine M., W. W. Co., res. 50 Prospect 

Powden William W., W. W. Co., res. 167 

South 
Powers Alice, widow of John, res. School 
Daniel E., res. off Hope av. 
Howard O., foreman, E. H. W. Co., res. 

15 Chester av. 
James, clerk, res. 27 Exchange 
James L., clerk, 97 Moody, res. 27 Spring 
John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 428 River 
John, plasterer, res. 36 Spring- 
John, stone cutter, res. 74 Taylor 
Lawrence R., machinist, i*es. 16 Brown av. 
Luther A., J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 159 

South 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 428 River 
Mary R.. W. W. Co., res. 16 Brown av. 
May Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 40 Myrtle 
Michael, weaver, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 428 

River 
Patrick J., laborer, res. 16 Brown av. 
Teter, res. 16 Brown av. 
Richard, W. B. & D. Works, res. 98 Cedar 
Thomas, died Jan. 13, 1904 
William F., B. Mfg. Co., res. 428 River 
Pownall Harriet, died March 10, 1903 
Hattie, stenographer, res. 124 Ash 
Isla L., student, res. 124 Ash 
John T., city electrician, office wire dept. 

bldg., Lexington St., res. 124 Ash 
William A., mechanical engineer, res. 124 

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Pratt Abbie H., res. 40 Washington av. 
Alice A. Miss, res. Lexington, near Lake 
Austin J., blacksmith, 27 Common, res. 4 

Castle 
Bessie F., W. W. Co., res. 210 Brown 
Chestina M., embroidery, 99 Chestnut, 

res. do. 
Clarence G., W. W. Co., res. 42 Cusking 
Clarence S., iron worker, res. 42 Cusning 
Edith A. Miss, res. Lexington, near Lake 
Edward, driver, res. Pond av. 
Edward B., Jr., trav. salesman, res. Lex- 
ington, near Lake 
E. Blanche, teacher, Lowell school, res. 

75 High 
Fred H. (Waltham Sporting Goods Co.), 

212 Moody, res. at Melrose 
Ered S.. W. W. Co., res. 210 Brown 
Georgina B., teacher, Pond End school, 

res. Edwin B. Pratt's Lexington 
Harriet M., bookkeeper, res. 42 Gushing 
Henrietta A., teacher High school, res. 63 

Central 
Henry B., civil engineer, res. E. B. Pratt's, 

Lexington 
Herbert A., machinist, res. 13 Prospect- 

st. av. 
John, driver, 56 Felton 
Mary A.. Mrs., res. 4 Common 
Mary E., widow of George E., res. 16 

Taylor 
William A., died July 9, 1903 
William A., carpenter, res. 13 Prospect av. 
Preble Charles E., contractor, res. 383 
Newton 
Frank A., carpenter, res. 197 Moody- 
Frank L., civil engineer (14 Beacon, B.), 

res. Church-st. av. 
George C, carpenter, res. 197 Moody 
Lydia, dressmaker, 197 Moody 
William H., carpenter, res. 197 Moody 
Prehan Fred, W. W. Co., res. 364 Chestnut 
Prescott Herman, hostler, res. 5 Brown 
Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
William H. S., W. W. Cjo., res. 40 Chestnut 
Price Rebecca, housekeeper, res. 2 Mt. 
Pleasant 
William H., machinist, A. W. W. Co., res. 
53 Hammond 
Pride Myrtle, W. W. Co., res. 208 Adams 
William C, W. W. Co., res. 151 Bobbins 
Priest Herman E., res. 56 Prospect 

Laura B., widow of Jonas H., res. 35 Har- 
vard 
Pringle Angelina L., matron, Waltham Hos- 
pital, res. do. 
Prior Margaret A., res. 30 Lexington 

Pose A., B. Mnfff. Co., res. 30 Lexington 
Proctor A. L.. res. 340 Moody 
A. W., res. 340 Moody 



Proctor C. K., clerk, res. 340 Moody 
Eva Mrs., res. 83 Taylor 
Walter E., machinist, res. 340 Moody 
Prospect House, Thomas Cox, prop., 881 

Main 
Prosy William, barber, res. 95 Francis 
Prouty Clara Mrs., res. 375 Main 

Clarissa, bookkeeper (State House, B.), 

res. 375 Main 
Josephine, clerk, res. 375 Main 
PROVIDENCE MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. 
of Providence. B. S. Tolinan, agent, 621 
Main (see page 11) 
PROVIDENCE. WASHINGTON, INS. CO. 
of PROVIDENCE, D. F. Viles & Co., 
agents, 637 Main (see page 26) 
Prudential Insurance Co. of America, 
Thomas Murphy, asst. supt., 3 Moody, 
room 30 
Prue George H., machinist, res. 70 Lowell 
John B., station agent, res. 67 Taylor 
Public Library, Mrs. Mary E. Bill, librarian, 

15 Moody 
Puffer Augustus, W. W. Co., 274 Crescent 
Pugsley Roland, W. W. Co., res. 301 Moody 
Pureed James G, E. H. W. Co., res. 49 

Sharon 
Pnrcill Mary A. T. Mrs., res. 36 Spruce 
Purdy Elsie M., stenographer, 151 High, res. 
at Anburndale 
Gtcrge, Am. W. W. Co., res. Lowell av. 
CUorge A., Am. W. W. Co., res. 86 Lowell 
William C, carpenter, res. 154 Ash 
Putnam Edith W. K., res. 18 Auburn 
Frank W., removed to Newport 
William K., lunch room. Main St. car 
station, res. 18 Auburn 
Putney George H., W. W. Co., res. 80 Brown 
Pyne Herbert M., W. W. Co., res. 6 Viles ct. 

QUALTERS JULIAN, B. Mfg. Co., res. 
846 Main 
John J., clerk (B.), res. 846 Main 
Thomas, W. B. & D. Works, res. 49 Grove 
William, laborer, res. rear 60 Calvary 
Quealey Lot. supt., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 162 

Main 
QUEEN INS. CO. of AMERICA, NEW 
YORK, J. F. & F. I. Robinson, agents. 
637 Main (see Tremont Theatre Dia- 
gram) 
William, painter, res. 156 Newton 
Quigg Catherine, res. 61 Exchange 
Charles L.. clerk, res. 61 Exchange 
Florence L., clerk, 1 Moody, res. 61 Ex- 
change 
Francis A., E. H. W. Co.. res. 61 Exchange 
Quigley Elizabeth, dressmaker, 8 Union, 
res. do. 
Peter, salesman, res. 8 Union 



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QUINCY MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. OF 

QUINCY, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 

Main (see page 26) 
QUINCY MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. of 

QUINCY, E. A. Walker, agent, 637 

Main, room 12 (see page 10) 

Quinlan John, bricklayer, res. 21 Winthrop 

Mary, widow of James, res. 21 Winthrop 

Quinlisk Michael, chair maker, res. 87 Pine 

Q'uinu Catherine A., widow of John, res. 74 

Church 
David, carpenter, res. 74 South 
Edward, city carpenter, res. 66 South 
Frank, Waltham Coal Co., res. 88 Mas- 

sasoit 
Francis J., machinist, res. 74 South 
Francis L., farmer, res. Trapelo road 
Gertrude C. B., removed to Boston 
Helen M., bookkeeper, 161 Moody, res. 74 

South 
John J., teamster, res. 213 Grove 
John T., carpenter (B.), res. 11 Fiske 
Joseph, clerk, B. & M. R. R., res. 74 

Church 
Joseph M., prop. City Market, 161 Moody, 

also grocer, 357 do., res. 12 Spruce 
Maggie Mrs., res. Pond-st. av. 
Margaret, widow of Patrick, res. 21 Castle 
Mary, wid. of Thomas, r. 6 Browne's av. 
Mary A., widow of Patrick, res. 167 School 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 6 Brown's av. 
Michael, gardener, res. 74 South 
Patrick, teamster, res. 152 School 
Patrick, teamster, res. 36 Spring 
Patrick, teamster, Waltham Coal Co., res. 

88 Massasoit 
Sarah G. W. W. Co., res. 6 Brown's av. 
Simon, hostler, res. 148 School 
Timothy J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 343 

River 
William, teamster, res. Exchange-st. pi. 
William A., res. 74 Church 
Quinobin Cafe, W. W. Marsh, prop., 23. r > 

Prospect 
Quirk Alice K., clerk, res. 62 Calvary 

Anna L., W. B. & D. Works, res. 23 Cal- 
vary 
Annie V., E. H. W. Co.. res. 263 River 
James F., watchman, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. 23 Calvary 
James J., express, 263 River, res. do. 
John, W. B. & D. Works, res. Parker lane 
John F., clerk (B.), res 27 Cranberry 
Lawrence, hairdresser, res. rear 105 River 
Luke, laborer, res. 263 River 
Patrick, grocer, 4 Oak. res. 3 Gorham 
Patrick F„ provisions, 62 Calvary, res. do. 
Thomas A., clerk, res. 263 River 
Quirolo Steve, fruit, etc., 1 Church, res. 

Gibbs ct. 



Quong Lee, laundry, 172 Moody 
Sing, laundry, 5 Lexington, res. do. 

RABONE LEONARD H., finisher, res. 156 
Lowell 

Racette Joseph, hairdresser, res. 74 Robbins 

Rafferty Martin, laborer, res. 162 Felton 

Raffler Dorlando, W. B. & D. Co., res. 19 
Common 

Rafthery Michael J., laborer, res. 17 Calvary 

Ralphs Elizabeth, res. 57 Ash 
HarOidj W. W. Co., res. 57 Ash 

Ramsdell Augusta R. Mrs., died Sept. 7, 1904 
Eleanor F., res. 37 Myrtle 
Estelle, W. W. Co., res. 37 Myrtle 

Rand Albert H, watchmaker, W. W. Co., 
res. 181 Brown 
Alfred A., clerk, res. 181 Brown 
Florence, res. 76 Washington av. 
George F., clerk, 611 Main, res. 69 Dale 
George H., W. W. Co., res. 76 Washing- 
ton av. 
J. Martin, carpenter, res. 19 Brown 

Randall Catherine L., res. 12 Beech 
Charles J., W. W. Co., res. 153 Crescent 
Chester J., student, res. 248 Ash 
Frank E., watch tool maker, 248 Ash 

res. do. 
George W., clerk, res. 24 High 
Guy E., eyelet maker, res. 47 Pine 
Harriet N., widow of Lewis, res. 47 Pine 
J. Warren, W. W. Co., res. 34 Chester av. 
Letta. housekeeper. 35 Maple, res. do. 
Martha E., teacher, South grammar 

school, res. 12 Beech 
Reuben P., res. 35 Maple 
Vera. W. W. Co.. res. 35 Maple 
Winfield S., moulder, res. 47 Pine 

Randle Arthur F., W. W. Co., res. 37 
Brown 
Edwin, dial maker, res. 37 Brown 
Florence A., res. 37 Brown 
Thomas, W. W. Co.. res. 37 Brown 

Randies -Joseph. W. W. Co.,' res. 66 Brown 
Joseph, Jr., W. W. Co.. res. 35 High 

Randolph Florence L., W. W. Co., res. 4 
Adams 

Rankin William K., W. W. Co., res. 34 Craft 
William H, agent, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 462 
Main 

Rankins Fred E., electrician, 198 Adams 

Rardon Josephine, clerk, res. i33 Brown 

Raskopf Helene, nurse, 716 Main 

Rasmuson Fannie, W. W. Co., res. 71 Brown 
Gustav, W. W. Co., res. 71 Brown 
Robert, W. W. Co., res. 159 Lowell 

Rathbun Lahlia Miss, res. 107 Chestnut 

RATTO G., Cigars and Pool Room, 19 Lex- 
ington, res. 4 Gibbs ct. (see page 13) 

Rauh Fred A., machinist, res. 84y 2 Myrtle 



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Ray Ernest W., instructor, M. S. F. M., 
S. Frances, bookkeei»er. W. W. Co., res. 
40 Crescent 
Raylman Edward S., driver, res. 34 dish- 
ing 
Rayner Hanson, W. W. Co., res. 215 Robbins 

Walter, W. W. Co., res. 46 South 
Raynor Alfred F., res. 33 John 

John A., res. 21 John 
Read Alexander, died March 12, 1903 
Cornelius, machinist, res. 1 River-st. av. 
Elizabeth A., widow of Alexander, res. 

Ridgewood terrace 
Fred M., jewel maker, res. 116 Prospect 
Helen, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Henry, W. W. Co.. res. 25 Cushing 
Walter A., machinist, res. 25 Cushing 
William, machinist, res. 163 River 
see Reade, also Reed 
Reade Agatha M. Mrs., undertaker, 22 Com- 
mon, res. 16 do. 
Catharine C, teacher, physical training, 

res. 16 Common 
Charles L., ins. agent, 637 Main, res. 16 

Common 
Frank L., clerk, res. 16 Common 
Patrick F., undertaker, 22 Common, res. 
16 do. 
Ready John, coachman, res. Pond-st. ct. 
Patrick, res. 104 Felton 
Thomas F., carpenter, res. 15 Oak 
Reagan Anna, W. W. Co., res. 40 Prospect 
av. 
Mary. wid. of Michael, r. 40 Prospect av. 
see Regan 
Reardon John A., W. W. Co., res. 381 Moody 
Maria B., res. 133 Brown 
Michael C. W. W. Co., res. 22iy 2 Moody 
Raymond H.. student, res. 3S1 Moody 
Reay Adam T., res. 16 Fuller 

Annie G., res. 16 Fuller 
Rector J. Frederick, carpenter, res. 146 

Adams 
Red Cross Pharmacy (Chester E. # Sawyer), 

367 Moody 
Reddon Blanche E., W. W. Co., res. 37 

Washington av. 
Redmond Sarah Miss, W. W. Co., res. 40 

Orange 
Reed Albert F., student, res. 53 Rich 
Annie L., dressmaker, res. South, near 

Weston line 
Benjamin F.. died Dec. 30, 1904 
Charles F.. W. W. Co., res. 434 Moody 
Clarence E., music teacher, 53 Rich, res. 

do. 
Ellsworth B., apothecary, 665 Main, res. 
. 39 Fiske 

Elizabeth L.. widow of Benjamin F., res. 
411 Moody 



Reed Eugenia F., stenographer, 151 High, 
res. 53 Rich 
Everett H., bookkeeper, Armour & Co., 

res. 20 Crescent 
Frank W. farmer, res. Trapelo road, near 

Lexington 
George B., city laborer, res. 87 Cushing 
George M., hairdresser, 174 Moody, res. 83 

Alder 
Judsou A., lineman, res. 256 Ash 
Kate E. Mrs., res. 21 Gardner 
Lewis M., machinist, res. 21 Gardner 
Louisa M., widow of Walter E., res. 

South, near Weston line 
Mabel, W. W. Co.', res. 74 Cherry 
Newton C, reporter, Free Press, res. 77 

Crescent 
Pearlie, W. W. Co., res. 256 Ash 
see Read, also Reade 
Reeve Frederick A., pastor, Church of the 

Ascension, res. 11 High 
Regan Annie, E. H. W. Co., res. 40 Pros- 
pect-st. av. 
Daniel, res. 62 Turner 
David F. Rev., asst. pastor, St. Mary's 

Catholic church, 133 School 
George E., pressman, 621 Main, res. 7 

Sharon 
Isaac, shoe repairer, 165 Prospect, res. 7 

Sharon 
Isaac, Jr., bicycle maker, res. 13 Sharon 
Isabella, housekeeper, res. 7 Sharon 
Mary, res. 40 Prospect-st. av. 
Aellie, Am. W. W. Co., res. 7 Sharon 
Patrick P., teamster, res. rear 14 Calvary 
Thomas, section foreman, F. R. R., res. 62 

Turner 
Thomas F., res. 7 Sharon 
Regennas William D., W. W. Co., res. 51 

Chester av. 
Rehill Robert J., porter, res. 156 Bacon 
Reid Caroline A., W. W. Co., res. 11 Com- 
mon 
Clarence, motorman, res. 53 Columbus av. 
Henrietta A., res. 11 Common 
Isaac. D., W. W. Co.. res. 55 Chestnut 
Reilly William, carpenter, res. 11 Brook av. 
Reinhard Frank H., E. H. W. Co., res 66 

Hammond 
Reizenstein Emile, managing director 
United Metile Co, 151 High, res. at 
Newtonville 
Renitsen Mary Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 120 

Brown 
Rennie Simon, carpenter, res. 296 River 
Reynolds Edie, clerk, 43 Moody, res. 71 
Cushing 
Ethel. W. W. Co., res. 98 Chestnut 
Grace A., Waltham Training School for 
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Reynolds Harriet M. Mrs., r. 34 Appleton 
Rhodes Austin D., machinist, res. 196 River 
Elmer, W. W. Co., res. 20 Robbins 
Eva, W. W. Co., res. 345 Moody 
James, grocer, 94 Felton, res. do. 
James F., shipper, res. 15 Cedar 
Jessie, W. W. Co.. res. 345 Moody 
Richard, painter, res. 20 Oak 
Thomas B., fireman, M. S. F. M., res. 465 

Main 
William H., filer, res. 196 River 
Rice Alice. W. W. Co., res. 59 Robbins 
Alice May. stenographer, res. 88 Crescent 
Carrie S. Mrs., res. 123 Brown 
Ellen A., widow of George B., res. 1295 

Main 
Esther J., widow of Henry, dressmaker, 

res. 56 Maple 
George A., bartender, res. Massasoit 
George W., engineer, res. 72 Bedford 
Hattie K., widow of Charles W., res. 256 

Ash 
Ida T., widow, res. 349 Moody 
John F. (180 Federal, B.i, res. 50 Pleasant 
John M., pres. and treas. The Buttrick 
Lumber Co., 56 Felton, res. 17 Harvard 
Louis W., clerk, res. 12 Russell 
Lucy D.. died May 27, 1903 
Marion L., bookkeeper, E. H. W. Co., res. 

88 Crescent 
Mary A., widow of Samuel H, res. 154 

Adams 
Robert B., clerk (116 Franklin. B.), res. 

156 Dale 
Samuel H.. W. W. Co., res. 154 Adams 
Sarah J., widow of Calvin, res. 12 Russell 
Walter, clerk, res. 233 Moody 
Willard H., blacksmith, res. 88 Crescent 
Willard K., sexton, Christ church, res. 13 
Harvard 
Richard Patsy, boot black, 187y 2 Moody, res. 

144 Newton 
Richards Charles A., foreman, 1041 Main, 
res. 23 Palmer 
Charles E., mechanical engineer, res. 97 

Brown 
George S., organ pipe maker, res. 15 Floyd 
Herbert L., letter carrier, res. 35 Taylor 
Mabel E., res. 97 Brown 
Nancy B., widow of Oliver M., res. 35 

Taylor 
Valentine, carpenter, res. 184 Felton 
William, carpenter, res. 124 Pine 
Richardson Albert M. B., rubber worker, res. 
123 Grove 
Alice M„ res. 90 Cherry 
Amy P., res. 29 Harris 
Annie G., res. 170 Lexington 
Blanche M. Mrs., res. 20 Crescent 
Burt. W. W. Co.. res. 40 Brown 



Richardson Charles E., res. 40 Brown 
Edward G, clerk, res. 40 Brown 
Edward M. & Co.. hardware. 712 Main, 

res. 26 Floyd 
Eva M., W. W. Co., res. 123 Grove 
Frank W., clerk, 712 Main, res. 21 Wel- 
lington 
George R., marketman (B.), res. 170 Lex- 
ington 
Gertrude G., res. 90 Cherry 
Henry, treas. W. E. W. Co.. 115 Bacon, 

res. 29 Harris 
Henry K., O'H. W. D. Co., res. 31 Pros- 
pect av. 
James A., produce, res. Upper Main 
J. Davis, machinist, res. 101 Brown 
Lincoln, W. W. Co., res. 160 Myrtle 
Marion E., W. W. Co., res. 31 Prospect- 

st. av. 
Mary A., widow of Hiram D., res. 90 

Cherry 
Mary A., widow of James B., res. 50 

Myrtle 
Matilda M., widow of Freeland, res. 29 

Harris 
Merrick L., watch repairer, 527 Main, 

res. do. 
Mante'll S., res. 170 Lexington 
T. Henry, clerk, 347 Moody, res. 183 Chest- 
nut 
Valentine, carpenter, res. 184 Felton 
Walter I. J., res. Moody Street fire station 
Wells C, asst. foreman, W. E. W. Co., 

res. Orchard av. 
William A., laborer, res. 123 Grove 
Zellah H., music teacher, res. 20 Crescent 
Ricker Ckai-les P., teacher guitar and man- 
dolin, res. 220 Ash 
Francis H., machinist, res. 95 High 
Fred A., letter carrier, res. 7 Alder 
Ricketson Arthur E.. W. W. Co., res. 86 
Brown 
Eugene, W. W. Co.. res. 86 Brown 
Rideout William W., res. 70 Russell 
Ridstrom Enoch, machinist, res. 4 Dart- 
mouth 
Hermann, machinist, res. 4 Dartmouth 
Rigiarde Pasquale, boot black, 187 1 / 4 Moody, 

res. 144 Newton 
Rigona C. fruit, 697 Main, res. do. 
Riley Alice I., student, res. 15 Pearl 
Annie L.. res. 20 Curtis 
Catharine, widow of Thomas, res. 20 
• Curtis 
Charles F., dial finisher. W. W. Co., res. 

15 Pearl 
Charles I., W. W. Co.. res. 197 Charles 
Clara A. Mrs., dressmaker, 6 Harvai'd av., 

res. do. 
Daniel J., driver, 7 Gordon, res. 254 River 



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Riley Fannie, stitcher, res. 35 Newton 
Fannie L., teacher, N. C. school 
James, mill hand, res. 161 School 
James F., machinist, res. 35 Newton 
James G-., student, res. 12 Fiske 
James T., clerk, res. 35 Newton 
John, laborer, res. 6 Flood 
John, carpenter, res. 254 River 
Laura, E. H. W. Co., res. 03 Orange 
Lawrence J., conductor, res. 12 Fiske 
Lawrence J. Jr., broker (B.), res. 12 Fiske 
Lida, milliner, 339 Moody, res. 197 Charles 
Lizzie, W. B. & D. Works, res. 35 Newton 
Margaret V., W. W. Co., res. 12 Fiske 
Mary, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 254 River 
Mary J., W. W. Co., res. 12 Fiske 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 20 Curtis 
Mary J., stenographer (B.), res. 15 Pearl 
Mary M., clerk, res. 40 Cedar 
Michael, coachman, res. 154 Willow 
Patrick, molder, res. Flood 
Patrick, gardener (Weston), res. Guinan, 

near Bacon 
Priscilla, E. H. W. Co., res. 03 Orange 
Sarah, widow of James, res. 38 Floyd 
Thomas, delicatessen, res. 17 Charles 
Thomas, delicatessen, res. 172 Charles 

throp 
William. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 35 Newton 
see Riley, also O'Reiley 
Rimmele Bertrand, milkman, res. 874 Main 
Ida M., res. 874 Main 
Otto B., conductor, res. 874 Main 
Ring Charles A., W. W. Co., res. 148 Lowell 
Charles W., harness maker, res. 24 Ex- 
change 
David S., W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Ella F., W. W. Co., res. 95 Crescent 
Hannah M., widow of Elbridge G., res. 

95 Crescent 
Helen E., res. 48 Vernon 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 2 Maple ter 
Louise H, res. 95 Crescent ' 
Madie E., W. W. Co., res. 51 Brown 
Millard, teamster, res. 129 Lafayette 
Ripley Ansel A., dial maker, W. W. Co., res. 

153 Adams 
Benjamin L., machinist, vV. W. Co., res. 

208 Charles 
Tharles D., Am. W. W. Co., res. 02 Maple 
Dell M., res. 02 Maple 
Frederick P., Am. W. W. Co., res. 100 

Chestnut 
Risdon Frank A., E. H. W. Co., res. 00 

Church 
Sidney F., A. W. T. Co., res. 00 Church 
Ristucca Lorence, fruits, 585 Main, res. 129 

Moody 
Ritcey Andrew G., carpenter, res. 153 Ash 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 157 Lowell 



Riverside Hotel, 47 Moody 

Stables, 87 y 3 Moody 
Rivet Albert, B.~Mfg. Co., res. 20 Crescent 
Rivett Albert G., W. W. Co., res. 33 Robbins 
Roach Ashley, carpenter, res. 409 Crescent 
Daniel, machinist, res. 214 River 
Gerald F., laborer, res. 19 Friend 
John, teamster, Waltham Coal Co., res. 

rear 31 Exchange 
John, bricklayer, res. 19 Friend 
John J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 214 River 
Kate, res. 19 Friend 
Louis, carpenter, res. 104 Central 
Michael J., res. .214 River 
Patrick, laborer, res. 19 Friend 
Thomas, plasterer, res. 05 Lexington 
Roark H. Alton, osteopathic physician, 

Lawrence bldg., suite 0, res. do. 
Robb Annie G., W. W. Co., res. 10 Fuller 
Frances E., widow of William, res. 16 

Fuller 
Hugh M., clerk, res. 10 Fuller 
John, W. W. Co., res. 349 Moody 
William, baker, 150 Moody, res. do. 
Robbina A. F., res. 345 Moody 
Robbins Alfred P., W.W.Co., r. 29 Orange 
Angelina Mrs., res. 141 Lowell 
Clifford W., machinist,' res. 141 Lowell 
Frank N., jewel maker, res. 74 Maple 
John C, model maker, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 

400 Moody 
John F., W. W. Co., res. 5 Derby 
Perley, W. W. Co., res. 52 High 
Richard W., W. W. Co., res. 5 ^ei-by 
ROBBINS ROYAL, treas. Am. W. W. Co., 

Crescent, office (373 Wash., B.), res. at 

Brookline (see page 7) 
Violet, res. 345 Moody 
Wilda V., W. W. Co., res. 20 Orange 
Robertie Paul P., Am. W. W. Co., res. 28 

Prospect 
Roberts Albert, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 398 River 
Alice A., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 25 Curtis 
Douglas J., hairdresser, 129 Prospect, and 

undertaker, Prospect, cor. Highland, 

res. 384 Charles 
Dudley, lawyer and clerk, Second District 

Court, res. 3 Lafayette 
Emma J., widow of Frank P., res. 71 

Gushing 
George, died April 28, 1903 
Henry D., driver, res. 41 Common 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 71 Cushing 
John & Son Co., William Roberts, treas., 

paper mnfrs., South, near Weston line 
Joseph R., fireman, M. S. F. M., Waverley 

Oaks road, res. do. 
Josephine, W. W. Co., res. 71 Gushing 
Mary P., widow of William A., res. 1 Lex- 
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Roberts M. C. Mrs., res. 10 Gordon 
Richard L., salesman, res. 38 Charles 
William, treas. John Roberts & Son Co., 

paper mnfrs., res. 540 South 
W. Harvey, res. 1 Lexington terrace 
Robertson Daniel L., driver, 3 Stow, res. do. 
John, clerk, res. 84 Brown 
John E., clerk, 117 Moody 
John H., milkman, res. 247 Charles 
Robichaud Angus P., driver, res. 10 Noonan 
Buricus, res. 185 Moody 
Mastai, carpenter, res. 15 Cross 
Napoleon J., machinist, res. 19 Noonan 
Peter J., helper, res. 19 Noonan 
Kobie Walter E., bookkeeper (B.), res. 26 

Spruce 
Robinshaw James B., res. 904 Main 
Joseph, B. Mnfg. Co., 11 Mechanic 
Louise, W. W. Co., res. 904 Main 
Peter, carpenter, res. 904 Main 
Robinson Annie L., widow of Henry L., res. 
87 High 
Charles A., W. W. Co., res. 34 Winthrop 
Dean K., W. W. Co., res. 156 Brown 
Edgar W., designer, res. Barnes 
Everett, E. H. W. Co., res. 12 Sharon 
Francis H., florist, res. 17 Willow 
Frede-ick I. (J. F. & F. I. Robinson), 637 

Main, res. 132 Church 
F. Howlett, gardener, res. 17 Willow 
George L., grocer, 53 Brown, res. 55 do. 
Henry W., bicycles, 8 Crescent, res. 87 

High 
James A., driver, 1295 Main, res. do. 
James F. (J. F. & F. I. Robinson), 637 
Main, res. 132 Church 
ROBINSON J. F. & F. I., insurance and 
real estate, 637 Main (see Tremont The- 
atre Diagram) 
Lottie, W. W. Co., res. 47 Myrtle 
Mabel L., student, res. 132 Church 
Mary B., teacher, North grammar school, 

res. 21 Pine 
Mildred, student, res. 132 Church 
Robert R., W. W. Co., res. 5 Rumford av., 

C. P. 
William F., res. 17 Willow 
Robulard Rose, dressmaker, res. 92 Central 
Roby Berton H., blacksmith, res. 22 Ham- 
mer 
Richard T., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 25 Har- 
vard av. 
William T., blacksmith, res. 28 Ash 
Rock Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 28 Robbins 
Rockwell Harry N. (Rockwell & Durfee), 
91 Moody, res. 184 do. 
& Durfee (Harry N. Rockwell and Lionel 
Durfee), fish and oysters, 91 Moody 
Roe Louis S., stockbroker, 111 Moody, res. 
60 Curtis 



Roesger Celia T. Mrs., res. 76 Hammond 
George T., res. 76 Hammond 
R. Minard, dial painter, res. 87 Riverview 
av., C. P. 

Roffe Simon, res. 45 Winthrop 

Rogers Andrew J., painter, res. 4 Bolton 
Andrew J., moulder, res. 271 Charles 
Anna L., music teacher, res. 216 Brown 
Arteraas B., hairdresser, res. 20 Hammond 
Carrie A., stenographer (B.), res. 216 

Newton 
Charles E., clerk,, 135 Moody, res. 96 

Newto 
Charles M., laundryman, res. 214 Brown 
Daniel, engineer, res. 38 Williams 
Ella S., res. 131 High 
Francis C, peddler, res. 217 Newton 
Fred W., paper hanger, res. 20 Hammond 
F. W. Mrs., dressmaker, 20 Hammond, 
George W., driver, S. F. E. No. 1, res. 

216 Brown 
George, W. W. Co., res. 114 Lowell 
Granville F., res. 62 Lowell 
Harry T., res. Highland av. 
Hattie M., student, res. 216 Brown 
John J., laborer, res. 91 dishing 
John H, clerk, res. off South, near Dart- 
mouth 
Joseph J., clerk, res. 38 Williams 
Margaret Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 115 Pond 
Mary, widow of Edward, res. 96 Newton 
Mary A., widow of John, res. 217 Newton 
Mary A., nurse, died Oct. 12, 1903 
Mary E., W. W. Co., res. 157 Felton 
Mary J., W. W. Co., res. 217 Newton 
Nellie J., E. H. W. Co., res. 96 Newton 

ROGERS, NORTH & JOHNSON (Henry 
M. Rogers, Frank A. North, Melvin M. 
Johnson), lawyers, 89 State, rooms 81, 
82, 83, Boston (see page 44) 
Patrick E., laborer, res. 157 Felton 
Russell, clerk, res. Wm. F. Rogers, High- 
land av. 
Thomas, laborer, res. 141 Newton 
Thomas H., machinist, res. 151 Newton 
William F., W. W. Co., res. Highland av. 
William J., res. 217 Newton 
William L., engineer, res. 50 Alder 
William N., foreman, res. 65 Cushing 

Rohdenheiser Lee, electrician, res. 29 Orange 
Lemual, electrician, res. 29 Orange 

Rollins Charles H., dining room, 311 Moody, 
res. do. 
Frank H., brakeman, F. R. R., res. oO 

Turner 
Ralph C, W. W. Co., res. 322 Moody 
Thomas G., W. W. Co., res. 322 Moody 

Rollinson Thomas H.. res. 126 Chestnut 

Roof Antoinette, res. 11 Wellington 
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Rooney Bridget Miss, res. 112 School 

Ellen C, widow of Patrick, res. head of 

Fiske ay. 
John, carpenter, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

16 Ripley 
John. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 81 Oak 
John A., plumber, res. 95 Pond 
John F., salesman (B.), res. 1 Warren av. 
Joseph, laborer, res. 100 Newton 
Joseph F., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 1G0 Newton 
Margaret, died Feb. 25, 1903 
Margaret, widow, res: 86 Exchange 
Martin, janitor, St. Mary's Parochial 

school, res. 95 Pond 
Mary, res. 112 School 
Mary, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 126 School 
Mary T., nurse, res. Ellen C. Rooney's, 

79 Fiske av. 
Michael, motorman, res. 1(3 Ripley 
Nora C, stenographer, res. Ellen C. 

Rooney's, Fiske av. 
Patrick J., machinist, res. 198 Chestnut 
Patrick H., sexton, St. Mary's church, res. 

112 School 
Richard, rnngr. (New Tremont House, B.), 

res. 173 Grove 
Thomas M., W. W. Co., res. 142 Bacon 
William F., grocer, 15 & 17 Lexington. and 

sexton, St. Mary's Catholic church, res. 

20 Pond 
William L., stenographer (B.), res. 95 Pond 
William S., clerk (B.), res. Fiske av. 
Roper John M., knitter (B.), res. end of Dale 
Rosatto Joseph (J. Rosatto & Co.), fruit, 

625 Main, res. 17 McKenn 
J. & Co. (Joseph Rosatto and Louis Don- 

deroi, fruit, 625 Main 
Rose Abraham J., salesman, 708 Main, res. 

740 do 
Belle M.. W. W. Co., res. 58 Cusking 
Joseph A., machinist, res. 104 Bacon 
Lottie A., res. 188 Hammond 
M. Estella, music teacher, r.188 Hammond 
Norman J., carpenter, Lexington, res. 188 

Hammond 
Rosenburg Bernard, W. W. Co., res. 13 High 
Ross Alexander, boarding house, 75 Adams 
Alexander, painter, res. 56 Alder 
Annie, widow of Richard, res. 6 Fern 
Charles N., trainman, F. R. R., res. 51 

Adams 
Edward, res. 75 Adams 
Elizabeth W., hairdresser (B.). res. 75 

Adams 
Florence E., nurse, Waltham Hospital, 

res. do. 
F. R. Mrs., nurse, res. 51 Adams 
George, drug clerk, res. 75 Adams 
George B., W. W. Co., res. Prospect, near 

Crescent 



Ross Georgia, W. W. Co., res. 121 Brown 
John W., res. 6 Fern 
Kate, matron, M. S. F. M. 
Letitia, res. 75 Adams 
Richard, died June 9, 1903 
ROSS SAMUEL J., caterer, 40 Spruce, res. 
16 Church (see page 13). 
William T., removed to Cambridge 
Roughsedge Margaret, res. 116 Prospect 
Roulo Louis G., E. H. W. Co., res. 20 

Chestnut 
Rounds Charles S., carpenter, res. 63 Maple 
Rourke Annie L., dressmaker, res. 9 Dart- 
mouth 
John J., B. & D. Works, res. 22 Stearns 
John M., res. 11 Whitcomb 
J. William, bookkeeper, res. 9 Dartmouth 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 9 Dartmouth 
Michael, gardener, res. 9 Dartmouth 
Michael, laborer, res. 11 Whitcomb 
Michael J., laborer, res. 185 School 
Owen F., clerk (B.j, res. 22 Stearns 
see O'Rourke 
Rowe Edgar S., engineer, res. 19 Cushing 
Willard M., dentist, 3 Moody, rins. 8 & 9 
Winfield F., W. W. Co., res. 31 Cherry 
Rowell Alexander, died June 22, 1905 
Clara, widow, res. 209 Lowell 
Frank B., student, res. 141 Dale 
Henry K., mechanical engineer, 135 Dale 
Lena S., res. 40 Vernon 
Lewis A., res. 56 Prospect 
William B., trav. salesman, res. 141 Dale 
Rowen James B., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 118 

Central 
ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CO. of 
LONDON, ENGLAND, Hollis E. Den- 
nen, agent, 179 Moody (see page 11) 
Royle Emma C. res. 113 Crescent 
Ernest, res. 113 Crescent 
Harold, clerk, res. 154 Robbins 
Percy, W. W. Co., res. 113 Crescent 
Ruane Agnes G., student, res. Waverley 
Oaks road 
Delia, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 125 Felton 
Mary I., bookkeeper, 15 Felton, res. 

Waverley Oaks road 
James, laborer, res. 125 Felton 
Michael, farmer, E. N. Pierce, Waverley 

Oaks road, res. do. 
Thomas, laborer, F. R. R., res. 125 Felton 
Rugg William L., watchmaker, res. 57 

Chestnut 
Ruggies Bertha, employment agency, 661 
Main, rm. 4, res. 118 Chestnut 
Charles W., watchmaker,, res. 148 Robbins 
Chester A., machinist, res. 146 Robbins 
Mabel, dressmaker and corseteire, 3 

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Buggies Olive, res. 146 Bobbins 
William W., died Feb. 19, 1905 
Bunkle Gordon, clerk (B.), res. Trapelo road 
BUNKLE JOHN C, pres. National Coal 
Tar Co. (297 Franklin, B.), res. Cedar 
Crest, Trapelo road (see back cover) 
near Bacon 
Bushton John W., W. W. Co., res. 60 Curtis 
Bussell Alexa, nurse, res. 37 Banks 

Charles H., locksmith (B.), res. Hollace, 

near Main 
Charles T.. W. W. Co., res. 9 Winthrop 
Ethel M., W. W. Co., res. 9 Winthrop 
George W., groceries and provisions, 403 

Moody, res. 89 Bobbins 
Jed J., W. W. Co., res. 72 Ash 
Jennie G., E. H. W. Co., res. uO Busell 
J. Charles, W. W. Co., res. 213 Brown 
Louise A., widow of George, res. 5 Mt. 

Pleasant 
Maude, W. W. Co.. res. 936 Main 
Balph L., hairdresser, 873 Main, res. 136 

Bacon 
Silas V., W. W. Co., res. 9 Winthrop 
Theodore L., E. II. W. Co., res. 52 Alder 
William M., clerk, res. 9 Winthrop 
William N., jewel maker, res. 368 Moody 
BUSSO FELIX A., fruit, ice cream, etc., 
884 Main and 269 Moody, res. 886 Main 
(see page 19) 
Butter Abby B.. res. 10 Pond 

Fannie M. Mrs., widow of Frank J., res. 

17 Linden 
Francis W., bookkeeper. Armour & Co., 
res. 17 Linden 
BUTTEB FBEDEBICK P., pres. and mgr. 
Waltham Coal Co., 663 Main, also city 
assessor, res. 10 Pond (see front cover) 
Nathaniel P., res. 10 Hammond 
Bobert P., clerk, W. G. L. Co., res. 16 
Hammond 
Byan Albert M., auctioneer, 19 Hammond, 
res. do. 
Alberta C, res. 19 Hammond 
Alice, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 4 Francis 
Alice L. Miss, res. John Byan's, off 

Guinan, near Bacon 
Anna T., clerk, res. John Byan's, off 

Guinan, near Bacon 
Annie, widow of William, res. 16 Charles- 

st. av. 
Annie L., res. 108 Cushing 
Bros. (Michael J. and W. F. Byan I, 

grocers, 90 Newton 
Catherine, widow of Patrick, res. 136 

Felton 
Catherine A., bookkeeper, res. 3 Gorham 
Catherine M., W. T. Co., res. 3 Gorham 
Charles A., W. B. & D. Works, res. 133 
Pine 



Byan Charles H., hairdresser, 623 Main, res. 
114 Central 
Cornelius, laborer, res. off High 
Edward F., laborer, res. off High 
Everett W., bookkeeper, Waltham Trust 

Co., res. 39 Hall 
Frank H., reporter News, 13 Felton, res. 

31 Middle 
Henry M., clerk (B.), res. 19 Hammond 
Hugh, died July 1, 1905 
Ida A., draughtswoman, public building 

dept., City Hall, res. 19 Hammond 
James, farmer, Thomas Byan, off Lin- 
coln, res. do. 
James, laborer, res. 30 Fern 
James L., clerk, 697 Main, res. Exchange- 

st. place 
Joanna, res. 15 Oak 

John, W. B. & D. Works, res. School av. 
John, city laborer, res. off Guinan, near 

Bacon 
John, laborer, res. 39 John 
John, laborer, res. Exchange-st. ct. 
John F., died April 17, 1905 
John F., W. W. Co., res. 73 Ash 
John F., expressing, 7 Gordon, res. 182 

Bobbins 
John L., res. 15 Oak 
John T., plumber, res. 64 Hall 
John W., laborer, res. 597 Main 
Joseph, res. Cornelius Byan's, off High 
Joseph, clerk, 4 Oak, res. 3 Gorham 
Joseph A., clerk, res. 3 Gorham 
Joseph A., res. John Byan's, off Gmnan 
Joseph D., machinist, res. John Byan's, 

School av. 
Leo F., clerk, res. 108 Cushing 
Lilla M., W. W. Co.. res. 31 Middle 
Lizzie F., res. Prospect House 
Mabel F., res. 19 Hammond 
Maggie, E, H. W. Co., res. 136 Felton 
Margaret, widow of Patrick E., res. 31 

Middle 
Margaret, widow of Philip, died July 7, 

1903 
Margaret E., res. 31 Middle 
Martin, died June 12, 1904 
Martin J., bartender, res. 136 Felton 
Michael H., molder, D. & F. foundry, res. 

195 Grove 
Michael J. (Byan Bros.), 90 Newton, res. 

116 Taylor 
Michael J., teamster, res. 181 School 
Nellie M., student, res. 39 Hall 
Olive C, teacher, res. 274 School 
Patrick, laborer, res. 45 Moore 
Patrick J., molder, D. & F. foundry, res. 

26 Oak 
Patrick J., teamster, W. W. Co., res. 108 

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Ryan Percy W., clerk (B.). r. rear 153 Brown 
Raymond P., clerk, res. 108 Gushing 
Samuel L., res. 39 Hall 
Sophia L., widow of George W., res. 31 

Goixlon 
Susie L., teacher, res. 39 Hall 
Thomas, farmer, res. off Lincoln, near 

Lincoln line 
Thomas, teamster, res. 274 School 
Thomas IL, carpenter, res. 20 Cutter 
Thomas J., fireman, res. 121 Pine 
Timothy F., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 70 Pine 
T. Frank, clerk, res. 52 Pond 
Vera, clerk, Assessor's office, City Hall, 

res. 274 School 
Warren M., W. W. Co., res. 39 Hall 
William F. (Ryan Bros.), 90 NeAvton, res. 

116 Taylor 
William H., clerk, res. 136 Felton 
see Ryon 
Ryberg Andesou. W. W. Works, 102 Calvary 
Ryder Bridget, widow of John, res. 43 Ex- 
change 
Ryon Eppa H., res. 85 Riverview av. 

SABEAU ANNIE L., W. W. Co., res. 302 
Newton 
Eva, W. W. Co., res. 302 Newton 
Ida Mrs., res. 97 Myrtle 
Sadler Walter L., W.W.Co., r. 29 Winthrop 
Safford Carl, W. W. Co., res. 239 Ash 
Edward A., W. W. Co.. res. 243 Ash 
Francis I., res. 239 Ash 
Sagal Samuel, shoe repairer, 7 Felton, r. do. 
St. George Christopher F., machinist, res. 
436 Main 
Lillian M., stenographer, 684 Main, res. 

436 do. 
Roxie Miss, stenographer, B. Mnfg. Co., 

res. 436 Main 
William P., student, res. 436 Main 
St. Germain Anthony, laborer, res. 15 
Noonan 
Arthur, laborer, res. 15 Noonan 
Joseph, laborer, res. 166 Felton 
St. Jaques Edmond, laborer, res. 22 Sharon 
St. Jacques Edward, watchman, res. 22 
Sharon 
Henry, W. W. Co., res. 22 Sharon 
Lauda, W. W. Co., res. 22 Sharon 
Lorenzo, clerk, res. 22 Sharon 
Mary. W. W. Co.. res. 22 Sharon 
St. John Annie E. Mrs., res. 30 Taylor 
ST. PAUL FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. of 
ST. PALL, C. W. Sewall. agent. 621 
Main 
SALEM MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. of 
SALEM. MASS., J. F. & F. I. Robinson, 
agents, 637 Main (see Tremont Theatre 
Diagram) 



Salisbury Arthur C, W. W. Co., res. 185 
Adams 
Elzina M., widow of Martin G., res. 183 

Adams 
Herbert S., W. W. Co., res. 183 Adams 
Salmon George, W. W. Co.. res. 94 Adams 

Lena, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Salter Chesley, driver, res. 508 Lexington 
Saltmarsh Ella F.. res. 14y 2 Bacon 

Fred L., inspector (B.i, res. 14% Bacon 
Mary J... widow of William H, res. 14% 
Bacon 
Siiltonstal Mary, widow of Edward H., res. 

48 Calvary 
Salvas Napoleon. B. Mnfg. Co., res. 97 Cen- 
tral 
Sampson Abby E. Mrs., res. 157 Lowell 
Charles E.. printer, 21 Crescent, res. 99 do. 
Edward K., insurance, res. 99 Crescent 
Eliza B. Mrs., res. 117 South 
Sanborn Adella A.. W. W. Co.. res. 162 Alder 
Nancy, widow of Sherburn S., res. 

Lafayette 
S. S. Mrs., res. Lafayette, near Main 
Sanders George, hairdresser, 22 Lexington, 

res. do. 
SANDERS SAHAC, tailor. 126 Moody, res. 
rear 21 Ash (see page 8i 
see Saunders 
Sanderson Albert E., machinist, res. 20 Tur- 
ner 
Alexander T., W. W. Co., res. 302 Cres- 
cent 
Beulah. W. W. Co.. res. 334 Crescent 
SANDERSON EDMUND L. (Waltham 
Machine Works". Newton, cor. Cutter, 
res. Ill Lincoln (see page 30) 
Edward P., pres. Waltham Trust Co., and 
E. P. Sanderson Co. (37 Washington, 
North, B.), res. 30 Lyman 
Elizabeth, dressmaker, res. 46 Adams 
Ella O. Miss, res. 11-1 Lincoln 
Emery J., res. 92 Dale 
Frank L.. W. W. Co.. res. 194y 2 Adams 
George A., J. L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 46 Alder 
George L., died May 14. 1903 
Henry B., res. 39 Highland 
Horace A., carpenter and builder. 76 Rus- 
sell, res. do. 
Horace M.. florist and market gardener, 

111 Lincoln, res. do. 
John L., carpenter, res. 76 Russell 
John L., Jr., carpenter, res. 39 Highland 
Leslie, died May 2. 1903 
Lilian M., res. 189 River 
Lowell, farmer, res. 542 Lexington 
Margaret S.. widow of Leslie, res. 334 

Crescent 
Mary E. Mrs., res. 46 Alder 
Meda. at Waltham Training school, r. do. 



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Sanderson Nathan H., civil engineer, 47 
Winter (B.), res. Worcester lane 
Nellie M. B., widow of Arthur, res. 314 

Crescent 
Penberthy, W. W. Co., res. 133 Ash 
Samuel. W. W. Co., res. 308 Crescent 
Waldo T., clerk, res. 92 Dale 
Sanford Dora, res. 321 Crescent 

Orinda R., widow of Peleg, res. 321 Cres- 
cent 
Sanger Edward C, wheel turner, res. 2 Strat- 
ton ter. 
Martha L. Mrs., res. 2 Stratton ter. 
Paul A., clerk, res. 25 Bacon 
Sangerman Joseph, bottler, res. 166 Felton 
SanthesoD Fraus O., florist, 71 Hammond, 

res. do. 
Sargent Catherine, stenographer (B.), res. 
590 Main 
Edgar E., machinist, res. 115 Chestnut 
Elizabeth M. Mrs., res. 590 Main 
Ignatius, res. 922 Main 
J. Proctor (Bacon & Sargent), provisions, 
875 Main, res. Howard, near Main 
Saseville Nettie, W. W. Co., res. 321 Moody 
Saul Austin B., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 794 
Main 
Charles T., optician, res. 45 Chestnut 
Edwin U., res. 47 Fiske 
Joseph, hostler, rear 58 Walnut, res. do. 
Saulnier Elmer T., designer, res. Pine, cor. 

Elm 
SAUNDERS CHARLES H., ingr. Hatha- 
way's Bakery, 769 Main, res. 771 do. 
(see page 23) 
Edward C, W. W. Co., res. 57 High 
Edward J., res. 50 Hammond 
Harold K., removed to Texas 
Ida L. Mrs., res. 57 High 
Carl F., W. W. Co., res. 50 Hammond 
John W., W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 15 Wellington 
Margaret, widow of William E., res. 15 

Wellington 
Mary A., nurse, res. 15 Wellington 
Theodore E., W. W. Co., res. 227 Ash 
William R., carpenter, res. 15 Wellington 
See Sanders 
Sauter A. Edward, bookkeeper, res. 23 Pine 
Savage John F., horseshoer, res. 180 Lex- 
ington 
Savory D. M. Mrs., res. 159 Summer 
Savoy John, machinist, W. W. Co., l'es. 542 
Lexington 
Joseph C. Jr., carpenter, res. 130 Prospect 
Joseph C, carpenter, res. 542 Lexington 
Sawin Arthur L., W. W. Co., res. 38 Myrtle 
Charles A., W. W. Co., res. 34 Robbins 
Emily S.. widow of John C, res. 120 
Brown 



Sawin John W., res. 120 Brown 

Minnie M., W. W. Co., res. 120 Brown 
Vera R. Miss, res. 34 Robbins 

Sawtelle George II., res. 403 Crescent 

George M., clerk (B.j, res. 117 Plympton 
Grace H., teacher, The Newhall school, 

res. 117 Plympton 
Jennie L., widow of Zachariah, res. 487 

Main 
William H, foreman. E. H. W. Co., res. 

83 Alder 
William R., res. 79 Cherry 

Sawyer Addison G., res. 81 Maple 

Charles, watchman (B.), res. 403 Crescent 
Charles C, died June 27, 1904 
Charles H., road master, res. 404 Main 
Chester E. (Red Cross Pharmacy), apoth- 
ecary, 367 Moody, res. 349 do. 
Elizabeth, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Eva, W. W. Co., res. 145 Brown 
Fred W., W. W. Co., res. 81 Maple 
Henry, vice-pres., J. L. Thomson Mfg. Co., 

South, res. at Boston 
Lizzie M., W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 134 Alder 
Waldon E., dial maker, res. 193 Brown 

Saxe Mar j' A., widow of Barcellus, res. 4 
Cross 
Mary L., dressmaker, res. 4 Cross 

Saxton L. Manley, journalist, res. 58 Pros- 
pect 

Sayles Dwight M., bookkeeper (B.), res. 
Beaver, near C. B. Station 

Sayward Charles E., ins. agent, res. 5 
Lafayette 

Scamman Bolina R., res. 3 Pond 

Scammou Margaret, res. 21 Newton 
Mary E. Miss, res. 50 Prospect 
Nicholas, died Sept. 19, 1903 

Scandia Corp., 587 Main 

Scanlon Cornelius J., laborer, res. 278 River 
Daniel, mason, res. 2 Day 
James, expressman, res. 10 Mechanic 
Joanna, widow of John, res. 278 River 
John, laborer, res. 152 Willow 
John F., plumber, 32 Bacon, res. do. 
Margaret, res. 278 River 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 278 River 
Mary E., widow of John, res. 10 Mechanic 

Shadd George, teamster, res. 27 Calvary 

Schaeffer Felix, W. W. Co.. res. Hope av. 
George W.. W. W. Co.. res. Hope av. 
Mabel R.. W. W. Co., res. Hope av. 

Schilling David, confectionery and bakery, 
355 Moody, res. 43 South 

Schmid Mary, ladies' hairdresser, 103 
Moody, res. do. 

Schnide May, ladies' hairdresser, 103 Moody, 
res. do. 

Schofleld Henry A., weaver, res. 575 Main 



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School Committee Rooms, High Sehol bldg. 
Schroder Charles E., W. W. Co., res. 118 

Robbins 
Schubert Edward, driver, res. 175 Brown 
Schwab Henry, W. W. Co., res. 20 Warren 

av. 
Schwartz Edward, res. 405 Crescent 

John, W. W. Co., res. 19 Noruinbega ter. 
Morris, dye works, 47 Moody, res. 9 Pelton 
Margaret, VY. W. Co., res. 133 Adams 
William H., res. 104 Adams 
Seogland Henry, laborer, res. 80 Ash 

Swante, laborer, res. 80 Ash 
Scott Alfred, gardener, res. 216 South 
Alice E., W. W. Co., res. 121 Adams 
Clara, W. W. Co.. res. 121 Adams 
Margaret, res. 121 Adams 
Robert P., shipper, res. 121 Adams 
Sue N., W. W. Co., res. 121 Adams 
William McG., res. 121 Adams 
William A. N., W. W. Co., res. 121 Adams 
SCOTTISH UNION & NATIONAL INS. 
CO. OP SCOTLAND, B. S. Tolman, 
agent, 621 Main (see page 11) 
Scribner Charles H., died May 21, 1905 
Henry H., druggist, 208 Moody, res. 71 

Chestnut 
Merton E., died March 14, 1904 
Norman H., W. W. Co., res. 41 Floyd 
Stephen W., W. W. Co., res. 119 Myrtle 
Seabury Grace P., teacher High school, res. 
63 Central 
Marion, res. 63 Central 
Samuel C. P., died Sept. 7, 1904 
Seagraves William H., machinist, res. 22 

Newton 
Seale Votaire A., watchmaker, 4 Moody, res. 

at Auburndale 
Sears Annie L. Miss, res. Beaver 
SEARS ELOISE A., homeopathic physician, 
58 Adams, res. do. Office hours until 
9 a. m.. 1 to 3 p. m.. and usually even- 
ings. Telephone connection. 
Francis P., treas. Columbian National 
Life Ins. Co., 176 Federal, room 214, 
(B.), res. Beaver, near Lyman 
Mary P. Miss., res. Beaver 
Michael Mrs., res. 168 School 
Richard (85 State, B.), res. Beaver, near 
Lyman 
Seaver Margaret A., widow of Eben M., 

died June 24, 1905 
Seavey Lottie M.. housekeeper, 42 Crescent, 
Sederquist Anton. W. W. Co., res. rear 23 

Wads worth a v. 

Seested Charles F.. W. W. Co., res. 65 High 

Segreve James, W. B. & D. Works, res. 72 

Dale 

Margaret, at OTI. W. D. Co., res. 72 Cedar 

William, J. C. T. Mfg. Co., res. 72 Cedar 



Seidell Elizabeth, \Y. \Y. Co., res. 62 Ash 
Johanna, W. W. Co., res. 62 Ash 
Mary, res. 62 Ash 
Sellon Chester W., clerk (B.), res. 17 High 
Florence E., res. 17 High 
Josephine L., res. 17 High 
Thomas W., carpenter, res. 17 High 
Senecal Cora, res. 12 Lowell 
Severance Lettice E., nurse, res. 112 Pros- 
pect 
Mary A., widow of Samuel A., res. 15 
Chestnut 
SeAvall Benjamin B., res. 81 Dale 

Benjamin B., Jr., W. E. W. Co., res. 81 

Dale 
Charles W., insurance, 621 Main, room B, 

res. 18 Lawrence 
Kail H., clerk (B.), res. 81 Dale 
Seward Walter. E., machinist, res. 45 Lowell 
Sewer Commissioners' Office, 3 Moody, room 

53 
Sexton r. John, blacksmith, res. 36 Ham- 
mond 
Seymour Napoleon E. IL, knitter, res. 2 

Woodlawn av. 
Shade George, teamster, res. 27 Calvary 
Shaddock William, W. W. Co., res. 35 Wads- 
worth av. 
Shafer August E., weaver, res. 64 Ash 
Carl A., W. W. Co., res. 15 Summit 
Minnie M., widow of August P., res. 64 

Ash 
See Schaffer 
Shaffer Sarah E. Mrs., teacher, M. S. F. M. 
Shakespeare Charles E.. J. T. Mfg. Co., res. 
229 South 
William, sporting goods, 11 Pine, res. 229 

South 
William, Jr., W. W. Co., res. 229 South 
Shanahan Carrie Mrs., dressmaker, 25 Rus- 
sell, res. do. 
Jeremiah, teamster, res. 175 Newton 
John, mason, res. 77 Oak 
Shanley Alice G., at M. C. Co., res. Parker 
lane 
James, fireman, res. Parker lane 
James W., machinist, res. Parker lane 
Kate, widow of John, res. 109 River 
Lillian A., bookkeeper (B.), res. Parker 

lane 

Mary P., stenographer (B.), res. Parker 

lane 

Shapley Thomas, spinner, res. 1 River-st. av. 

Sharp George, mason, res. rear 18 Calvary 

Sharpe Samuel' H., freight clerk, F. R. R., 

res. 25 Francis 
Sharpies Daniel, painter, res. rear 26 Lex- 
ington 
Shattnck E. Maria, housekeeper, 110 Lex- 
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Shattuck Thomas W., died May 26, 1905 
Shatwell William D., B. Mfg. Co., res. 22 

Oak 
Skauffuss Auguste, B. Mfg. Co., res. 96 

Central 
Frederick, printer, res. 96 Central 
Huso, tool maker, res. 96 Central 
Shatighnessy Bridget, widow of Patrick, 

res. 10 Charles 
Hannah, widow of Michael, died Feb. 10, 

1904 
Frank J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 21 

Friend 
James J., laborer, res. 21 Friend 
Joanna, W. W. Co., res. 29 Francis 
John J., laborer, res. Pond av. 
Margaret, res. 144 Calvary 
Margarat, W. W. Co., res. 29 Francis 
Martin, Aetna Mills (Bemisj, res. 73 River 
Nellie, dressmaker, res. 29 Francis 
Thomas, laborer, res. 79 Oak 
Thomas, rubber cutter, res. 142 Newton 
Thomas, Jr., laborer, res. 10 Charles 
Shay Thomas R., carpenter, res. 509 Main 
Shaw Elizabeth, teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Enoch, res. 62 Pine 
Gertrude W., widow of Aldrich C, res. 

22 High 
Sylvester, res. 58 Prospect 
Thomas R., carpenter, res. 509 Main 
Shea Annie, W. W. Co., res. 108 Chestnut 
Henry J., W. W. Co., res. 16 Cedar 
James, baker, res. 107 Bacon 
John, asst. engineer, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
John F., barber, 641 Main, res. Central 

House 
Julia, dressmaker, 108 Chestnut, res. do. 
Mary E., widow of Samuel, res. 5 Calvary 
Susan, res. 108 Chestnut 
See O'Shea 
Shedd Alice E., teacher, res. 119 Dale 

Benjamin B., salesman (10 High, B.), res. 

119 Dale 
Chester W., electrician (B.), res. 238 Bacon 
Clara L., widow of George F., res. 125 

Dale 
Eliza E., widow of Joel, res. 119 Dale 
Ellen A., widow of William E., res. 238 

Bacon 
Harold W., res. 125 Dale 
Hubert C, compositor (28 Oliver, B.), res. 

119 Dale 
Irving E., clerk, res. 238 Bacon 
Prescott G.. engineer gasoline launches, 

res. 125 Dale 
Sheehan John J., expressman, res. Williams 

Margaret F. Mrs., res. 98 Charles 
Sheerrar Wyatt G, conductor, res. 91 

South 
Sheer Abe H., tailor, 8 Lexington, res. do. 



Sheer Victor, tailor, res. 8 Lexington 
Sheir Jose, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Sheldon Harriet Mrs., res. 590 Main 

Maria L., res. 590 Main 
Shelvey Gertrude Y. Mrs., res. 12 Robbins 
Shepard Alfred, motorman, res. Bullard 
House 
Charles J., postmaster, res. 176 Chestnut 
James T., res. 40 Pond 
Joseph V., carpenter, res. 140 Robbins 
Samuel F., machinist, res. 11 Fuller 
Shepardson Edgar D., billiards and pooh 

150 Moody, res. 138 Brown 
Shepherd James W., tool maker, W. S. Co., 
res. 10 Wellington av. 
Obed C, real estate, basement, 185 Moody,. 

res. do. 
Thomas W., mechanical supt., W. C. Co., 
218% Moody, res. 220 do. 
Shepsley Mary J., widow of Granville, res. 

15 Bellevue 
Sheridan Celeste T., W. Mfg. Co., res. 27 
Central 
Michael J., laborer, res. Foundry av. 
Patrick, res. 80 Francis 
Patrick J., res. 5 Munroe av. 
Philip H., foreman (B.), res. 70 Alder 
Thomas E., P. O., res. 72 Exchange 
William J., letter carrier, res. 72 Ex- 
change 
Sherman Alice G., W. W. Co., res. 37 Alder 
Charles H., res. 17 Liberty 
Frank D., with Walker & Pratt, Water- 
toAvn, res. 62 Gninan 
SHERMAN HENRY P., pres. Waltham 
Trap Rock Co., and real estate, 593 
Main. res. 27 Liberty (see page 15) 
John M., res. "The Oaks," 604 Lexington 
Kate E. Mrs., res. 31 Crescent 
Kerr, driver, res. 98 Bacon 
Lettie, W. W. Co., res. 15 Norumbega ter. 
Mary E.. bookkeeper, 157 Moody, res. 65 

Robbins 
Newton, milk dealer, 187 Adams, res. do. 
Thomas, teamster, Waltham Coal Co., 

, res. 39 Calvary 
Walter, carpenter, res. 21 Elm 
Sherwood Albert, W. W. Co., res. 119 Brown 
Arthur W., chalk maker, res. 180 School 
Arthur G., painter, res. 180 School 
Edna, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Shetter Bruce G, E. H. W. Co., res. 917 

Main 
Shields Edward, clerk, res. 12 Fountain 
Henry J., L. T. Mfg. Co., res. 8 Highland 
James F., painter, res. 12 Fountain 
Mary J., W. W. Co., res. 12 Fountain 
Patrick Jr.. mason, res. 8 Highland 
Shiels Hannah L., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 163 
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Shiels John F., lawyer (B.), r. 163 Willow 
Margaret A., dressmaker, 1G3 Willow, res. 

do. 
Martin, grocer, 169 Willow, res. 163 do. 
Mary B., bookkeeper, 169 Willow, res. 163 
do. 
Shinkwhi Mary, at Am. W. W. Co., res. 107 

Adams 
Shirley George Jr., res. 23 Harris 

Jennie A., widow of George, res. 23 Harris 

Shoesmith Mary, widow of William, res. 57 

Cherry 

William T., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 57 

Cherry 

Shute Florence, W. W. Co., res. 11 Walnut 

Nina, W. W. Co., res. 11 Walnut 
Sibley Charles W., W. W. Co., res. 2*1 
Newton 
Edward F., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 

109 High 
Freeman K., died Aug. 24, 1904 
Gertrude E., res. 8 Adams 
Mary W. Mrs., boarding house, 8 Adams 
Rudolph A., veterinary, 234% Moody, res. 
do. 
Sicott Thomas, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 5 Lawton 

place 
Sidwell Arthur (B.), res. 17 Lowell 
Siegel Morris, dry goods, 12 Elm, res. 9 

Felton 
Sietel Elizabeth, Joanna and Mary, res. 

62 Ash 
Silck Callie A. Mrs., florist, 89 Alder, res. do. 

Fred H-, clerk, res. 89 Alder 
Silke Thomas, teamster, res. 83 Bacon 
Silman Florence G., E. H. W. Co., res. 32 

Brown 
SILMAN JAMES T., florist, 178 Moody, 
res. 58 dishing (see back cover) 
William, florist, 32 Brown, res. do. 
William Jr., W. W. Co., res. 32 Brown 
Silsby Eben M., conductor, b. R. R., res. 

Beaver, near C. B. Station 
Silver John, res. 49 Oak 
Martin, res. rear -62 Calvary 
Mary T., res. 49 Oak 
Patrick, laborer, res. 11 Mechanic 
Sydney A.. W. W. Co., res. 233 Charles 
Thomas, W. B. & D. Works, res. 62 Cal- 
vary 
Silvey John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 68 Charles 
Simard Demey, blacksmith, res. 25 Felton 
E. P., dry goods, 600 Main, res. 104 Cen- ■ 
tral 
Simeone Gaetano, fruit, 135 Prospect 

James A., clerk, 135 Prospect, res. 5 Win- 
throp 
Simmons Catherine, W. W. Co., res. 16 
Maple 
Fred P., optician, 333 Moody, res. do. 



Simmons Henry, W. W. Co., res. 212 Brown 
Ira B. Mrs., res. 16 Maple 
Kate Mrs., res. 1(5 Maple 
Lillie M., removed to Weston 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 39 Myrtle 
Mary, widow of John R., res. 39 Myrtle 
M. Ethelda Mrs., res. 333 Moody 
Sidney A., postal clerk, res. 109 Chestnut 
William W., W. W. Co., res. 144 Robbins 
Simon Arthur, res. 66 Ash 

Max, tailor, 365 Moody, res. 150 Prospect 
Paul, machinist, res. OH Ash 
Victor II., machinist, res. 66 Ash 
Simonds Andrew, carpenter, res. 87 Francis 
Anna M., widow of J. Bower, res. 26 Har- 
vard 
Joel H.. engineer, res. Trapelo road 
Mary A., res. 933 Main 
Simons Philip (P. Simons & Co.), ladies' 

tailor, 3 Moody, res. at Boston 
SIMONS P. & CO. (Philip Simons), ladies' 
tailors, 3 Moody, rooms 10 and 11 (see 
Boston Theatre Diagram) 
Simpson Emily, widow, res. 190% Adams 
Ethel. W. W. Co., res. 15 Washington av. 
Herbert, pressman, res. 93 Francis 
Herbert Mrs., tailoress, res. 93 Francis 
Thomas J., W. B. & D. Works, res. 69 
Grove 
Sinclair Edward O., E. H. W. Co., res. 59 
Maple 
James A., res. 67 Prospect 
John J., res. 67 Prospect 
Louise B. Mrs., res. 59 Maple 
William R., clerk, res. 67 Prospect 
Singer Sewing Machine Co. (The), Arthur 

M. Wellman. mgr., 177 Moody 
Singla Agnes, W. W. Co., res. 19 Orange 
Annie, widow of Simon, res. 19 Orange 
Dell. W. W. Co.. res. 19 Orange 
Singleton Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, 
res. 69 Grove 
Lydia S., widow of William A., res. 65 

Robbins 
William S., W. W. Co., res. 30 Washing- 
ton av. 
Sister Georgiana, Notre Dame, 60 Newton 
Singora Phillip, B. Mnfg. Co., res. rear -17 

Spring 
Siteman Edmund S., tailor, res. 13 Harvard 

av. 
Skeele Addie, res. 16 Maple 
Skerritt Edward G.. plumber, res. Alder 
Skinner Ellis L., W. W. Co., res. 49 Chest- 
nut 
Everett R., hairdresser, Lawrence bldg., 

room 4, res. 29 Harvard a v. 
Everett R. Mrs., dressmaker, res. 29 Har- 
vard av. 
George G. W. W. Co.. res. 9 Chestnut 



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Slade Joliu A., machinist, res. Clark lane 
flattery Bessie, res. 162 Felton 
Daniel, rnolder, res. 162 Felton 
Jennie M., res. 21 Stearns 
Mary, widow of Michael, res. 162 Felton 
Mary J. Mrs., res. 21 Stearns 
Michael, shoemaker, res. 45 High 
Patrick J., clerk, 87 Moody, res. 45 High 
Slauenwhite Joseph A., milkman, Lincoln, 

opp. Smith, res. do. 
Slavin Joseph, res. 18 Exchange 
Sleeper George E., W. W. Co., res. 403 Cres- 
cent 
Sloan Geneva, W. W. Co.. res. 141 Brown 
Slocum Wilbur R., clerk, 157 Moody, res. 

25 Taylor 
Sly Augustus B., watchmaker (B.), res. 142 

Lowell 
Small Arthur G., electrician, res. 84 Brown 
Charles E., engineer, res. 84 Brown 
David D., fire escapes, res. 3 Chamber- 
lain ter. 
Ferdinand C, W. W. Co., res. 89 Vernon 
Gilbert, student, res. 428 Lexington 
John, res. 122 Bacon 

William A., W. W. Co., res. 38 Washing- 
ton av. 
Smalley Richard, at W. B. & D. Works, res. 

46 Spring 
Smart Alfred G, baker, 583 Main, res. do. 

Ernest E., W. W. Co., res. 56 Myrtle 
Smiley Fred J., W. W. Co., res. 334 Cres- 
cent 
Nora F., res. 39 Bacon 
Renel, machinist, res. 39 Bacon 
Smith Abbie A., res. 67 Grant 
Abby J., res. 108 Summer 
Adele, librarian (Somerville), res. 481 

Main 
Adrian, res. 103 Cushing 
Albert E., electrician (B.), res. 205 Chest- 
nut 
Alfred G, pressman, res. 32 Chester av. 
Annie W., res. 243 Linden 
Alice L. Miss, res. 81 South 
Arthur G, res. 24 Harris 
Arthur G., W. W. Co., res. 223 Ash 
Arthur P., res. 11 High 
A. H., Ladder No. 1, Lexington, res. do. 
Bertha L., teacher, res. C. F. Smith's, 

Lincoln 
Bertie, W. W. Co., res. 21 Bobbins 
Bertrand W., clerk, res. 67 Lexington 
Bessie, clerk, res. 25 Hammond 
Bessie H., teacher, Jona. B. Bright school 
Bridget, widow of James, died Nov. 18, 

1904 
Caroline Miss. res. 108 Vernon 
Catherine, res. 158 Newton 
Charles C, W. W. Co., res. 63 Cedar 



Smith Charles E., farmer, res. Chas. F. 
Smith's 
Charles F., supt, W. W. Co., res. 93 

Vernon 
Charles F., farmer, r. Lincoln opp. Smith 
Charles F. A., died July 4, 1903 
Clifford C, W. W. Co., res. 20 Gardner 
Charlotte H., teacher, Bobbins school, res. 

at N. Cambridge 
Christina R. Mrs., furrier, 385 Moody, res. 

do. 
Converse, student, res. Charles F. Smith's, 

Lincoln 
Corydon S., W. W. Co., res. 25 Maple 
Delia A., res. 20 Middle 
Edward B., carpenter, res. 23 Auburn 
Edgar B., freight agent, res. 74 School 
Edith E., res. 108 Vernon 
Edna, W. W. Co., res. 259 Moody 
Edward Irving, special justice, Second 

District Court, res. at Lincoln 
Edward P., president Waltham Co-opera- 
tive Bank and treas. Waltham Gas 
Light Co., res. 46 Lincoln 
Edward S., W. W. Co., res. 59 Chester av. 
Edwin M., apothecary, Lawrence bldg., 

677 Main. res. 512 do. 
Edwin O., con. engineer, res. 186 Lexing- 
ton 
Elijah II., res. 4S1 Main 
Elizabeth, res. 25 Hammond 
Ella M., wiuow of James G., res. 66 Pros- 
pect 
Ellen, widow of James, res. 158 Newton 
Emma A., nurse, 17 School 
Emma C. Miss, res. 243 Lincoln 
Eugene H., W .W. Co., res. 68 Cherry 
Eveline, widow of William A., res. 30 Ap- 

pleton 
Everett, died Aug. 18, 1904 
Ezekiel T.. carpenter, res. 68 Hall 
Evelyn, W. W. Co., res. 193 Kobbins 
Forrest D., cashier, res. 223 Brown 
Frances A., res. 481 Main 
Francis C, market gardener, 75 Lincoln, 

res. do. 
Francis S., laborer, res. 29 Whitcomb 
Frank B., fireman, res. 56 Turner 
Frank G, W. W. Co., res. 195 Adams 
Frank C, res. 75 Lincoln 
Frank P., carpet layer (B.), res. Crafts, 

cor. Tolman 
Fred B., gardener, res. Beaver, Clematis 

Brook 
Fred U., removed to Revere 
George, carpenter, res. 86 Central 
George A., bookkeeper, res. 243 Linden 
George M., teacher, M. S. F. M., res. do. 
Georgie E., W. W. Co., res. 13 Alder 
Gideon H., machinist, res. 20 Gardner 



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Sinith Grace E., les. 75 Gardner 
Harmon G, res. 103 Crescent 
Harriet, res. !»4 Adams 
Harry O., W. W. Co., res. 148 Lowell 
Harry W., pay master, W. B. *fc D. Works, 

res. 30 Appleton 
Hattie Mrs., res. 25 Hammond 
Helen L., milliner, 99 Moody, res. 20 

Middle 
Henry P., W. W. Co., res. 13 Alder 
Herbert E., W. W. Co., res. 117 High 
Herman G., inspector, W. W. Co., res. 66 

Prospect 
Inez W., W. W. Co., res. ISO Brown 
James, gateman, Lyman street crossing, 

res. 272 River 
James P., dentist, 7 Moody, res. 63 Cedar 
James Jr., rubber cutter, res. 272 River 
James P., foundry man, res. 177 River 
James E., W. W. Co., res. 114 Lowell 
Jennie M., res. 78 Lyman 
John F., letter carrier, res. 203 Felton 
John J., laborer, res. 20 Middle 
John T., laborer, res. 28 McKenn 
Joseph H., H. R. Co., res. 272 River 
Judson W., teamster, res. 117 High 
Kilby P., printer (290 Franklin, B.), res. 

108 Summer 
La Yernie C. Mrs., res. Ash 
Lewis M., W. W. Co., res. 385 Moody 
Lewis, student, res. 108 Summer 
Lillian, clerk, res. 158 Newton 
Lizzie, res. 63 Cedar 
Louisa Mrs., res. 4 Colby av. 
Mabel G., nurse, res. 50 Russell 
Mabel M., res. 108 Vernon 
Margaret J., clerk. 135 Moody, res. 63 

Cedar 
Marie, wid. of Alden W., res. 33 Charles 
Martha L., res. 46 Lincoln 
Martha \Y., widow of Perez, res. 46 Lin- 
coln 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 63 Cedar 
Mary A., Waltham Laundry, rete. 158 

NeAvton 
Mary P.. res. 46 Lincoln 
Mary G., res. 108 Summer 
Mary J., widow of Leonard P., res. 78 

Lyman 
Mary L., res. Lincoln, near Lake 
May E., res. 93 Yernon 
May S. Mrs., res. 34 Lawrence 
Maybelle M., stenographer, res. 33 Charles 
Nathan, died March 24, 1904 
Nathan E., farmer, r. Lincoln, near Lake 
Nellie, missionary (B.), res. 86 Central 
Nellie, W. W. Co., res. 158 Newton 
Orville W., res. 82 Alder 
Patience E., widow of George T., res. 43 

Wadsworth av. 



Smith Patrick, laborer, res. 20 Middle 
Peter, driver, res. 272 River 
Peter L., laborer, res. 272 River 
Raymond U., W. W. Co., res. 60 Prospect 
R. Jeannette, res. 434 Moody 
Samuel, foreman, res. 30 Oak 
Susan A., res. Lincoln, opp. Smith 
Susan E., res. 17 School 
Susan II., widow of Nathan, res. Lincoln, 

near Lake 
Susie S., teacher, Robbins school, res. Lin- 
coln 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 35U Moody 
Thomas, Am. W. W. Co., res. 03 Cedar 
Thomas J., dial maker, res. Ill Felton 
Thomas J., teamster, res. 158 Newton 
Thomas P., printer, res. 108 Summer 
Thomas P. Jr., student, res. 108 Summer 
Walter H., milkman, 402 Lexington, res. 

do. 
Weld, W. W. Co., res. 247 Moody 
William, laborer, res.> 28 McKenn 
William, machinist, W. W. Co., res. 89 

Orange 
William B., res. 108 Vernon 
William E., W. W. Co., res. 75 Gardner 
William H., butcher, res. 80 Fiske av. 
William H., clerk, res. rear 191 School 
William H. P., foreman, W. W. Co., res. 

363 Crescent 
Smyth Allie, res. 194 Chestnut 
Amy G., clerk, res. 194 Chestnut 
Edith K., W. W. Co., res. 194 Chestnut 
John R., millwright, res. 194 Chestnut 
Lizzette, W. W. Co., res. 194 Chestnut 
Walter G., W. W. Co., res. 194 Chestnut 
Snedeker William A., machinist, res. 97 

Adams 
Snell Annie M., widow of Charles E., res. 

776 Main 
Edward F., mgr. Francis Buttrick Estate, 
office, 596 Main, res. do. 
Siioav Edric R., sec. and mgr. E. H. W. Co., 

res. at Newtonville 
George G, W. W. Co., res. 126 Brown 
Henry A., res. 91 Summer 
Ira J., machinist, res. 47 Myrtle 
John H., draughtsman, W. W. Co., res. 126 

Brown 
Snyder, see Schneider 

Solace Joseph R., machinist, res. 51 Wads- 
worth av. 
Sogliero Joseph, engineer, Stony Brook, res. 

South, near Weston line 
Soles Anna, student, res. 174 Adams 

Ella Mrs., res. 174 Adams 
Somers Ransom E., student, res. 15 Charles 
SOMERS ROBERT B... mgr. Daily Free 

Press-Tribune, 126 Moody, res. 15 

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Co. 



res. 



Somerset Adolphus, B. 
Jackson place 
John E., loom fixer, res. 20 Stearns 
SOMERVILLE SANITARIUM CO., 16 

Austin, East Somerville (see page 20) 
Somes Charles P., W. W. Co., res. 110 Cres- 
cent 
George L., W. W. Co., res. 34 Walnut 
Soper John E., grain (207 Chamber of Com- 
merce, B.), res. 147 Lexington 
Mabel B., res. 147 Lexington 
Sornier Margaret, W. W. Co., res. 49 Adams 

Minnie, W. W. Co., res. 49 Adams 
Sorrii Alfonso, res. 43 Spring 
Soule Etta F. Mrs., N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 

46 Methodist bldg. 
Southall Annie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 90 Ash 
Southwick Clarence I., W. W. Co., res. 442 
Moody 
Fred L., W. W. Co., res. Rumford av. 
Spaulding Annie, W. W. Co., res. 38 Russell 
Charles F., supt, W. G. L. Co., res. 12 

Townsend 
Dexter M., jewel maker, res. 169 Moody 
Eliza S., widow of Josiah, res. 120 

Robbins 
Ethel E., W. W. Co., res. 17 Elm 
Herbert H., W. W. Co., res. 120 Robbins 
James R., salesman, res. 201 Moody 
Lizzie, W. W. Co., res. 38 Russell 
Nellie A., dressmaker, res. 17 Elm 
Patrick E., roofer, res. 38 Russell 
Samuel A., died June 2, 1903 
Spear Charles A., milk dealer, res. 248 
Main 
Elizabeth, cone winder, res. 12 Lowell 
Mae D., W. W. Co., res. 18 Alder 
M. Louisa, clerk (State House, B.), res. 20 

Townsend 
Martha J., wid. of Orra P., res. 18 Alder 
See Speir 
Speir Grace, student, res. 23 Maple 
Robert, foreman, W. W. Co., res. 23 
Myrtle 
Spelman Ann, widow of James, res. 167 
Felton 
John, laborer, res. 61 Grove 
Mary Mrs., res. 14 St. John 
Patrick, teamster, res. 61 Grove 
Walter F., helper, res. 167 Felton 
Spencer A. Edson, W. W. Co., res. 399 
Newton 
Ellen, widow of Jeffrey, res. 68 Exchange 
Fred A., F. R. R., res. 14 Stea rns^ 
Herbert T., salesman. 15 Elm, res. 34 

Taylor 
Katie Miss, res. 45 Hall 
Richard, gardener, res.' 68 Exchange 
Sarah, widow of Mark F., res. 14 Stearns 
William C, milkman, res. 68 Exchange 



Speigelberg Charles J., removed to Carlisle 
Speth William J., upholsterer, 15 Elm, res. 

77 Taylor 
Spicer Fred, driver, res. 39 Highland 

Hattie, res. 94 Adams 
Spinney Walter, res. 71 Robbins 
Spitz Julius F., res. 73 Charles 
Splaine Kate, res. 49 Pond 
Spofford B. Lewis, hardware, 876 Main, res. 
880%a Main 
Hiram S., res. Winter, cor. West 
Spooner Harriet E., widow of Harmon C. r 

res. 153 Moody 
SPOONER & CLARK (Harriet E. Spooner, 
George A. Clark), funeral directors, em- 
balmers and upholsterers, 158 Moody 
(see page 70) 
L. E. Mrs., res. 49 Adams 
William B., undertaker, 158 Moody, res. 
153 do. 
Sprague Martha W., res. 101 Alder 
SPRING GEORGE F., principal Waltham 
School of Business, Waltham Trust 
Co.'s bldg., res. 375 Main (see page 24) 
SPRINGFIELD FIRE INS. CO., SPRING- 
FIELD, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
Spurr Arthur J., musical goods, 3 Moody, 

res. do. 
Spurway Joseph, W. W. Co., res. 8 Town- 
send terrace 
Squires Alfred, teamster, res. 24 Cross 
Bessie L., cashier, 25 Moody, res. 2 Maple 

terrace 
Lewis, machinist, res. 24 Cross 
Maxim, res. 24 Cross 
Napoleon, laborer, res. 16 Taylor 
Napoleon M., driver, res. Elm Lodge 
Staas Louise, W. W. Co., res. 122 Adams 
Stackpole Laura F., seamstress, res. 95 
Russell 
Martha A., dressmaker, 95 Russell, r. do. 
Stacy William C, ins. agent, 3 Moody, rm. 

25, res. 268 Crescent 
Stafford Joseph T., motorman, res. 873 Main 
Norman M., foreman, res. Warren, near 
Beaver 
Stainforth Alfred (Potter & Stainforth), 
bicycles, pianos, etc., 222 Moody, res. at 
Beechmont 
Stange Carl, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 248 Main 
Stankard Alice I., stenographer, res. 84 Pond 
Annie V., clerk, res. 84 Pond 
Bridget E., widow of Michael, res. 82 Ex- 
change 
Delia T., milliner, 171 Moody, res. 81 Ex- 
change 
Ellen, milliner, res. 81 Exchange 
Johu F., mason and contractor, Pond-st. 
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Stankard John J., painter, res. 82 Exchange 
John J., mason, res. 73 Lexington 
John Joseph, bookkeeper (Somerville), 

res. 81 Exchange 
Katherine M., teacher elocution, res. 84 

Pond 
Martin F., mason, res. 84 Pond 
Mary Miss, res. 84 Pond 
Thomas, mason, died May 3, 1905 
Thomas F., student, res. 81 Exchange 
Thomas J.,- mason, res. rear 73 Exchange 
Thomas R., clerk, 151 Moody, r. 84 Pond 
Stanley Bernard W., W. W. Co., res. 15 

Whitney av. 
David, res. 23 Robbins 
Frank E., clerk, res. 39 Bacon 
Ira W., fish, 869 Main, res. 167 Lexington 
Leonard W., painter, 23 Taylor, res. do. 
Stanton Edward, laborer, res. 9 Whitcomb 
Staples Carl, student, res. 686 Main 
Frances, W. W. Co., res. 96 Robbins 
Francis W., mason, res. 16 Vernon 
Frank D., screw mnker, res. 16 Vernon 
Hall, physician, 233 Moody, res. do. 
Henry B., bookkeeper (B.), res. 16 Vernon 
Hollis J., clerk, res. 16 Vernon 
LaRoy S., W. W. Co., res. 113 Myrtle 
Levi W. Rev., pastor, Asbury Temple, 686 

Main, res. do. 
Ralph \V. W. W. Co., res. 16 Vernon 
Stella R.. res. 16 Vernon 
STAR FLOOR OIL. George H. Boden- 

sehatz. agent, 200 Prospect (see page 15) 
Star Laundry. 365 Moody 
STARBFCK ALEXANDER, editor Wal- 

tham Daily Free Press-Tribune.. L26 

Moody, res. 43 Lexington (see page 8) 
Ella L.. violin teacher, 32 Newton, res. do. 
Edward P., dentist, 621 Main, res. 32 

Newton 
G. Franklin, inspector, res. 43 Lexington 
Walter F., music teacher, 43 Lexington, 

res. do. 
Stark Abram, carpenter, res. 28 Ash 
Bonney. teamster, res. Grant place 
Florence G., W. W. Co., res. 15 Nocum- 

bega terrace 
Francis, engineer, F. R. R., res. 15 Nor- 

umbega terrace, 
John, treas. Stark Tool Co., 218 to 224 

Moody, res. 220 do. 
Maud M„ res. 176 Main 
Melville C student, res. 176 Main 
STARK ROBERT M., lawyer, 621 Main, 

rms. J and K, res. 176 Main (see p. 44) 
STARK TOOL CO., John Stark, treas., 

mnfrs. Avatchmakers' tools, 218 to 224 

Moody (see page 7i 
Starkweather Robert, E H. W. Co., res. 

50 Pleasant 



Starmer William, knitter. West Dale, res. 15 

1'lymptou 
Starrett Alexander, res. 98 Alder 

Amelia, W. W. Co.. res. 98 Alder 
States Maud L., res. 20 Russell 
Statsman Robert, res. 252 Crescent 
Stearns Abby L., res. 478 Main 
Alvin R., res. 373 Moody 
Andrew W., clerk. Prospect House, res. 

do. 
Ann E. Miss. res. Mrs. R. M. Wheeler's 
Arba G. (Stearns Bros.), grocer, 199 

Moody, res. 85 High 
Bros (Arba G. and Otis T.), grocers, 199 

Moody 
Charles A., farmer, res. 23 Lowell 
Charles A., Jr., res. 21 Lowell 
STEARNS CHARLES E., lawyer (1116-1118 

Barristers Hall, B.), and city solicitor, 

res. 24 Vernon (see page 42) 
Eleanor H, asst. bookkeeper, Waltham 

Laundry, res. 96 Alder 
Emeline M„ widow of William H., res. 

71 Francis 
Ephraim, woolens (87 Summer, B.i, res. 

15 Vernon 
Frank H, clerk, res. H. T. Stearns, 

Trapelo road 
Frederick A. (87 Summer, B.), res. 36 

Harris 
George W., mason, res. 96 Alder 
Henry O.. W. W. Co., res. 206 Charles 
Horace T.. mgr. (8 Custom House St., B.i, 

res. Trapelo road. 
John W., janitor. Newhall school, res. 11 

Cushing 
Joseph S., oils, res. 205 Linden 
Lucretia K., widow of George A., res. ±78 

Main 
Mabel, stenographer, res. 71 Francis 
Marie L., res. 68 Grant 
Mary C, res. 67 Grant 
Nathaniel A., farmer, res. William B. 

Stearns', Trapelo road 
Otis T. (Stearns Bros.), grocer, 199 Moody, 

res. 181 Chestnut 
Rachel L. Miss, res. 15 Vernon 
Rhoda A. res. 171 Summer 
Sarah A., wid. of Amos. res. Trapelo rd. 
Sarah E., res. 206 Charles 
Susie A., res. 71 Francis 
Walter M., res. 478 Main 
Watson, gas fitter, res. 68 Grant 
William B.. farmer res. Trapelo road 
William H., W. W. Co.. res. 860 Main 
Stedman George R., printer, E. L. Barry, 

Music Hall av.. res. at Weston 
Steede Annie E., clerk. 649 Main, res. 59 

Rich 
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Steede John, W. W. Co., res. 59 Rich 

Mary E., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 59 Ricn 

William, fireman, F. K. R., res. 59 Rich 

Patrick, W. B. & D Works, res 248 River 

Steelbrook Susie, W. W. Co., res. 9U Cherry 

Steele Catharine, nurse (B.), res. Bellevue, 

cor. Prospect 
Fannie M., W. W. Co., res. 316 Alder 
Frank P., milkman, res. Bellevue, cor. 

Prospect 
James, W. W. Co., res. 78 Grant 
James K., res. Bellevue, cor. Prospect 
Otis, res. Bellevue, cor. Prospect 
Richard, W. W. Co., res. 18 "Washington 

av. 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. Washington av. 
Sterling Bertha, W. W. Co., res. 35 High 
Stevens Alice, widow of Jacob, res. 71 Ash 
Augustus W., advertising novelties, Rob- 
bins, cor. Newton, res. at Waverley 
Charles R., res. 21 Ash 
Emeline Mrs., died Aug. S, 1903 
Francis E.. res. 70G Main 
Fred L., job master, Am. W. W. Co., res. 

38 Chester av. 
George E., watchman, res. 49 High 
George II., W. W. Co., res. 139 Robbins 
Howard T., W. W. Co., res. 2 Norumbega 

terrace 
Jason L., W. W. Co., res. 1 Main 
Jennie E., clerk (Camb.j, res. 17 Weston 
John, contractor, res. 16 Calvary 
John, shoemaker, res. 81 Gardner 
Joseph M., died May 2, 1905 
Mary E. Mrs., res. 119 Chestnut 
Mary L. clerk, 135 Moody, res. 40 Clinton 
Milton H, foreman. W. W. Co., res. 20 

Riverview av., C. P. 
Newell, carpenter, W. W. Co., res. 17 

Weston 
Warren, driver, res. 396 Lexington 
William A., res. 21 Ash 
William E., res. 21 Ash 
Stevenson Addie, E. H. W. Co., res. 29 

Maple 
Esther E. Mrs., res. 36 Calvary 1 
Frank, res. 60 Hammond 
Fred M., expressman, 40 Gordon, res. do. 
John P., E. H. W. Co., res. 59 Maple 
Lottie Mrs., res. 86 Brown 
William D., gatetender, River-st. cross- 
ing, res. 16 Calvary 
Stewart Charles, farmer, res. Frank J. 

Stewart's, Winter 
David D., baker, 852 Main 
Ella L., teacher, M. S. F. M., Waverley 

Oaks road. res. do. 
Frank J., farmer, res. off Winter, near 

Lincoln line 
Frank O.. W. W. Co., res. 165 Hammond 



Stewart Henry, gardener, Cornelius Warren, 

Beaver, res. do. 
James, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 170 Willow 
Pansy Mrs., res. 99 Chestnut 
Robert A., machinist, res. 202 Chestnut 
Samuel, died March 8, 1905 
Samuel A., machinist, rear 85 Hall, res. 

85 Ho. 
Sarah, widow of James, res. Winter 
Violet, W. W. Co., res. 91 Cherry 
Winnie, W. W. Co., res. 259 Moody 
see Stuart 
Stickney Caroline L., widow of Charles H., 

res. 46 Vernon 
Charles E., clerk, res. Farnsworth 
Francis G., bookkeeper, Waltham Nat. 

Bank, 637 Main, res. 19 Wellington 
Horace I., W. W. Co., res. 27 Robbins 
Mary E., clerk, res. 46 Vernon 
Stiles Elmer W., W .W. Co., res. 321 Moody 
Fred Merritt, physician, 292 Moody, res. 

do. 
Hannah A., widow of Ammi B., died 

June 29, 1904 
Stilphen Pearl, W. W. Co., res. 88 Taylor 
Stinson Lucy, W. W. Co., res. 207 Brown 

Lydia F., widow of John, res. 100 Orange 
Stoddard George J., painter, res. 7 Viles ct. 
Stokes William, machinist, res. 117 Alder 

William, plumber, res. 170 Chestnut 
Stone Agnes G, wid. of Joel H., r. 17 Myrtle 
Arthur L., physician, 50 Taylor, res. do. 
Austin A., res. off Weston 
STONE CHARLES F., lawyer, 611a Main, 

and treas. Waltham Savings Bank, 702 

Main. res. Summer, near Church 
Cora B., res. 1295 Main 
Elizabeth, widow of Frederick M., res. 

55 Pond 
Ella. wid. of Edward A., res. off Weston 
Ellen W., res. 1295 Main 
Elsie M.. W. W. Co., res. 17 Myrtle 
Frederick W., died July 28, 1905 
Helen M., W. W. Co., res. 50 Taylor 
Howard L., milkman, 1295 Main, res. do. 
James P. (F. W. Cullen Co.), res. 214 

Newton 
Jessie R., W. W. Co., res. 17 Myrtle 
John W., baker, res. 83 Gardner 
Joseph C, student, res. 50 Taylor 
Mary E., music teacher, res. 18 Palmer 
Percival M.. clerk, Waltham Savings 

Bank, res. Summer, near Church 
Ralph E., res. Summer, near Church 
Stillman H., W. W. Co., res. 383 Newton 
Walter J., agent, American and National 

Express Companies, 685 Main, res. 15 

Liberty 
Walter M., mechanical engineer, res. 

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Stone William B., hats, caps and men's fur- 
nishings, 694 Main, res. 28 Wellington 
William E., motorman, res. Hotel Bullard 
William H., machinist, res. 50 Taylor 
Stoney Reginald, res. 57 Taylor 
Stonemetz Clift Mrs., died Sept. 12, 1903 
Kittie D., W. W. Co., res. 120 Lowell 
Mary V. Mrs., res 120 Lowell 
Storer E. Arthur, clerk (B.), res. 46 South 
Emerson, died March 10, 1903 
Eugene L., W. W. Co., res. 83 Hall 
John H., real estate (85 State, B.j, res. 

Beaver, near Lyman 
Leslie C, W. W. Co., res. 193 Brown 
Stott Emma R., res. 68 Brown 
Harry, machinist, res. 36 Cushing 
Mary M., res. 68 Brown 
Thomas E., E. H. W. Co., res. 68 Brown 
Stover Rodman V., W. W. Co., res. 16 High 
Stowell Clara B., W. W. Co., res 3 Union 
George L., W. W. Co., res 72 Orange 
Martha A., Avidow of Henry C, music 
teacher, res. 3 Union 
Straight William E.. carpenter, res. 136 

Brown 
Stratton Arthur, mason, res. 1 Barnes 
Frank L., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 184 

Brown 
Stella Mrs., res. 101 Crescent 
Strauch Andrew, cigars and tobacco, 667 
Main, res. 30 Hammond 
Fred A., cigar maker, 667 Main. res. 30 

Hammond 
George H. (Coolidge & Strauch); under- 
taker, 200 Moody, res. 30 Hammond 
Streeter Harry P., W. W. Co., res. 184 
Brown 
Louis A., W. W. Co., res. 18 Maple 
Louise F., W. W. Co., res. 18 Maple 
Strickland Elizabeth O., died May 22, 1905 
George W., W. W. Co., res. 29 Crescent 
Samuel P., physician, 326 Moody, res. do. 
William A., repairer, 599 Main, res. 13 
Harvard av. 
Strogen Lizzie, W. W. Co., res. 97 Crescent 
Stromdahl Charles A., res. 130 Felton 
Strong Franz O., carpenter, Prospect Hill 
av. 
M. Louise, teacher South grammar school, 
res. 74 Adams 
Strout George E., architect, 39 Fiske, res. 

do. 
Stuart Grace, nurse, 37 Banks 
Edward S., clerk, res. 86 Myrtle 
Louisa, res. 11 Taylor 
Priscilla Mrs., res. 86 Myrtle 
William, W. W. Co., res. 198 Brown 
Stubbles C. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 57 Cres- 
cent 
Eaiie V., W. W. Co., res. 57 Crescent 



Stucki Fritz, res. 25 Orange 

Studholm Joseph H., W. W. Co., res 323 

Moody 
Sturgis Clara Mrs., res. 253 Bacon 
Sturtevant Annabelle, W. W. Co., res. 102 
Orange 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 102 Orange 
Sugden Alice, bookkeeper, W. W. Co., res. 

377 Moody 
Sullivan Albert E., bench-hand, res. 86 Ex- 
change 
Arthur F., clerk, 25 Moody, res. 471 Main 
Arthur F., agt. (B.), res. 64 Columbus av. 
Catharine, res. 62 Charles 
Catherine A., W. W. Co., res. 15 Pearl 
Charles F., machinist, res. 139 Charles 
Chrysostom, clerk, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 167 

Charles 
Daniel L., painter, res. 20S River 
Emma Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 97 Ash 
Gertrude F., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 167 

Charles 
James C, W. E. W. Co., res. 41 Hammond 
Jeremiah, res. 18 Cross 
Jeremiah, boilermaker, res 122 Willow 
John A., case polisher (B.), res. Pond-st. 

av. 
John F., res. Central av. 
Julia, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
J. Mrs., confectionery, 122 Willow, res. do. 
Leo, electrician, res. 167 Charles 
Margaret L., teacher (Watertown), res. 18 

Cross 
Mary, widow of John, res. 139 Charles 
Mary A., widow of Daniel F., res. 471 

Main 
Matthew, machinist, res. 139 Charles 
Patrick I., engineer, res. 86 Exchange 
Perry O., res. 112 Prospect 
Stephen, machinist, res. 139 Charles 
Timothy, bowling alley, 13 Crescent, res. 

167 Charles 
Timothy J., ingr. Waltham Beef Co., 20 
Felton, res. 162 Dale 
Sumner Elson R., res. 28 Beech 

Olin, painter, res. 28 Beech 
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE, of LONDON. 
ENG., William H. Johnson, agent, 661 
Main and 211 Moody (see page 11) 
Sunderhauf David, weaver, res. 240 Brown 
Joanna S., W. W. Co., res. 240 Brown 
John O., carpenter, res. 240 Brown 
Marie J., W. W. Co., res. 240 Brown 
Sundquist Carl O.. W. W. Co., res. 70 Wash- 
ington av. 
Sunter John E., W. W. Co., res. 45 Alder 
Superintendent of Schools Office, High 

School Building 
Superior Corundum Wheel Co., r. 102 Felton 
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Sutcliffe Thomas D., weaver, res. 76 Ex- 
change 
Sutton Charles J., clerk, 669 Main, res. 15 
Farwell 
George D., res. 107 River 
Joseph M., W. B. & D. Works., res. 107 

River 
Joseph M. Jr., produce, 46 Francis, res. 
do. 
SWAIN EUGENE H., prop. Waltham Horo- 
logical school, and watch mnfr., 78 
Crescent, res. 1 Spruce (see page 7) 
Henry E., trav. salesman, W. H. School, 
res. 1 Spruce 
Swallow Hedley V., died May 28, 1905 
Lena, cashier, 135 Moody, res. 25 High- 
land 
Swan Charles H. (C. H. Swan & Co.), 189 

Moody, res. 57 High 
SWAN C. H. & CO. (Charles H. Swan), 
grocers, 189 Moody (see page 13) 
Edward N., ins. agt. (B.), res. 17 Cushing 
Ernest A., clerk, 189 Moody, res. 10 Cush- 
ing 
Frank T., res. Moody St. fire station 
Harvey J., piano agent, res. 15 Cushing 
Swanson Carl, buckle-maker, res. 47 Win- 
throp 
Claus A., W. W. Co., res. 23 Fern 
John H, car inspector, res. 36 Sun 
Swanton Albert J., res. 95 High 
George Francis, watchmaker, res. Hast- 
ings av. 
George W., painter, res. Hastings av. 
Margaret, W. W. Co., res. Hastings av. 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. Hastings av. 
William J., O'H. W. D. Mnfg. Co., res. 
Hastings av. 
Swasey Ella, res. 30 Common 
James H., res. 30 Common 
Susan Ann, res. 30 Common 
Sweeney Agnes, weaver, res. 77 Willow 
Edward J., carriage painter, J. J. S. Peter- 
son, res. Riverview place 
Elizabeth, res. P. Sweeney's, Williams 
John, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 416 River 
John, teamster, res 77 Willow 
John E., laborer, res. P. Sweeney's, 

Williams 
Mary, widow of Cornelius, res. 98 Bacon 
Peter, laborer, res. Williams, nr. Felton 
See McSweeney 
Sweet Addie A., res. 820 Main 
Carrie, W. W. Co., res. 295 Crescent 
Elinor E., res. 820 Main 
Fred, painter, res. 84 Grant 
Sweetland Alice, res. 11 School 
Swett Augustine G., mgr. 149 Moody, res. 
29 Adams 
Clarence W., W. W. Co., res. 189 Brown 



Swett Freeman C, W. W. Co., r. 189 Brown 
Grace, student, res. 29 Wadsworth av. 
Herbert G., res. 10 Union 
Rollins H, clerk, Overseers of Poor, City 

Hall, rm. 1, res. 29 Wadsworth av. 
Sadie, res. 29 Wadsworth av. 
Swift George A., engineer, F. R. R., res. 139 
Adams 
L. Jennie, teacher, Stearns school, res. 
139 Adams 
Syrett Robert W., W. W. Co., res. 223 Ash 
Sylvester Edward E., machinist, W. W. Co., 
res. 11 Cushing 
H. A., res. 49 Adams 
Ray, watchmaker, res. 49 Adams 
Sylvia George, machinist, res. 450 Moody 
Nellie W., bookkeeper, 109 Moody, res. 23 

Winthrop 
Nettie M., widow of George W., res. 23 
Winthrop 
Symmes Sarah E., widow of Thomas, res. 
30 Robbins 

TABER ELSIE M., student, res. 182 Ash 
George R., lawyer (B.), res. 33 Harris 
George W., machinist, res. 182 Ash 
Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 49 Cherry 
Wentworth H, upholsterer and furniture, 
567 Main, res. 18 Liberty 
Taft Clayton H, police sergeant, . res. 143 
Crescent 
Clayton H. Jr., W. W. Co., res. 143 Cres- 
cent 
Taintor Louella C, bookkeeper, M. S. F. M., 

Waverley Oaks road, res. do. 
Tait Mary, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Talbot Charles, machinist, res. 153 Brown 
Harry F., W. W. Co., res. W. Dale 
Louis B., Am. W. W. Co., res. 15 Under- 
wood 
Tamlyn Beverley, motorman, res. 60 Francis 
Tangley Frederick, clerk, res. 913 Main 
Tankel Moses, pawnbroker, 9 Lexington, 

res. S3 Felton 
Tankler Minner, cigar stripper, 35 Moody, 

res. S3 Felton 
Tapley Grace, W. W. Co., res. 69 Cherry 
Tarbell Alfred W., city treasurer and col- 
lector of taxes, City Hall, res. 165 
Summer 
Edward B., teacher, res. 122 Lowell 
George L., i - es. 122 Lowell 
Mary A., widow of William, res. 165 
Summer 
Tarbox Lyman H., conductor, F. R. R., res. 

163 Chestnut 
Tarpey Michael, fireman, F. R. R., res. 46 

Guinan 
Tarpy Bridget, widow of Patrick, res. rear 
169 Willow 



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Tarpy Martin, laborer, r. J. A. Sullivan's 
Patrick, laborer, res. J. A. Sullivan's 
Stephen, fireman, res. J. A. Sullivan's 
Task Reuben, blacksmith, res. 11 Mechanic 
Tay Henry, res. 5 Pond 
Taylor Arthur L.. riveter, r. Exchange-st. ct. 
Bert D., carpenter, res. 94 Howard 
Charles F., stone mason, res. 874 Main 
Charles H., teacher, res. 4 Adams 
Cora W., teacher, South grammar school, 

res. 590 Main 
Edmund B., res. 9 Fiske 
Edward B., 404 Moody, res. 51 Chester av. 
Edward T., carpenter, res. 749 Main 
Ernest, W. W. Co., res. 120 Lowell 
Ernest B., dentist, 27 Moody, room 1, 

res. 4 Adams 
Florence, W. W. Co., res. 98 Myrtle 
Frank B., restaurant, res. 48 Derby 
Frederick A. Rev., pastor, Universalist 

church. Main, res. 9 Fiske 
George W.. postal clerk (B. & A. R. R., 

B.), res. 9 Harvard a v. 
Harriet C, teacher, High school, res. 27 

Appleton 
Jennie, stenographer (B.), res. 2 Fiske ct. 
John W., finisher, E. H. W. Co., res. 185 

Ash 
Joseph B. (Taylor & . Percival), stoves, 

hardware, etc., 154 Moody, res. 307 

Ba con 
Joseph T., blacksmith (Watertown), res. 

56 Maple 
Lewis, res. 3 Moody, room 38 
Lewis C, res. 505 Main - 
Leonard G., res. 41 Pine 
Mabel L., W. W. Co., res. 15 Derby 
Martha A., widow of Thomas, res. 205 

Chestnut 
Mary A., wid. of George D.. res. 15 Derby 
Mary E., wid. of James M., res. 39 Pine 
May L., W. W. Co., res. 15 Derby 
Minnie G., milliner, 3 Moody, rm. 23, 

res. do. 
M. Florence. W. W. Co.. res. 15 Derby 
Myra, housekeeper, res. 120 Lowell 
Pliny W., died June 21, 1905 
Roy A., student, res. 185 Ash 
Samuel, mule spinner, M. Mnfg. Co., res. 

2 Fiske ct. 
Walter R.. clerk, res. 81 Pine 
TAYLOR & PERCIYAL (Joseph B. Taylor 

and Augustus S. Percival), hardware, 

stoves, kitchen furnishings, etc., 154 

Moody (see page 3) 
Teasdale Margaret, tailoress, 694 Main, res. 

10 Winthrop 
Tebbets Clarence, res. Summer, cor. Church 
Fred C, bookkeeper (B.), res. 100 Sum- 
mer 



Teel Charles H., farmer, res. off Trapelo 
road, near Lincoln 
Warren, farm hand, Chas. H. Teel 
Teele Arthur P., res. 27 Pleasant 

Gardner A., clerk, 87 Moody, res. Ex- 
change 
John O., lawyer (42 Court, B.), res. 10S 
Summer 
Teller Frank J., res. 16 Whitney av. 
George H., clerk, res. 16 Whitney av. 
Helen M., widow of Robert, res. 16 Whit- 
ney av. 
Templar Robert, asst. supt. T. J. Mnfg. Co., 

res. 21 Winthrop 
Temple Bertha S., res. 177 Main 
Edna F., res. 177 Main 
Theron W., dentist, 637 Main, res. 177 
Main 
Templeton James M.. res. 164 Hammond 
Tenanty Edward, res. rear 53 Calvary 
James, laundryman, res. rear 53 Calvary 
James F., carpenter, res. 56 Walnut 
Richard, carpenter, res. 26 Friend 
Richard, machinist, res. rear. 53 Calvary 
Richard J., helper, res. 56 Walnut 
Rose, Mrs., res. rear 53 Calvary 
Tenney Frank E., carpenter, res. 178 

Chestnut 
Tennien Kathryne, vocal teacher, 185 
Moody, res. do. 
May, res. 185 Moody 
Sarah Mrs., res. 185 Moody 
Terrant Thomas, B. Mnfg. Co., res. rear 

717 Main 
Terrell Amy F.. W. W. Co., res. 17 Harvard 
Terrio Alexander, dining room, 1 Highland, 

res. 3 do. 
Terry Henry L., engineer, res. 2 Turner 
Tether Solomon A., W. Mnfg. Co.. res. 215 
Adams 
Wm. H, removed to Tarrytown, N. Y. 
TEUTONIA INS. CO. of NEW ORLEANS, 
William H. Johnson, agent, 661 Main 
and 211 Moody (see page 11) 
Thayer Charles H., res. 71 Russell 
Theriault Yital. bicycle maker, res. 125 

Charles 
Thibodeau Clara B., W. W. Co., res. 23 
South 
Frank, carpenter, res. 23 South 
Gertrude M., clerk, res. 23 South 
John. E. H. W. Co.. l-es. 82 Prospect 
Mertie. res. 23 South 
William A.. W. W. Co.. res. 23 South 
Thing S. B. & Co., boots and shoes, 25 

Moody 
Thomas Albert, water works, res. 73 Brown 
Annie, bookkeeper, res. 114 Taylor 
Barnestine. W. W. Co., res. 7 Brown 
Bernice R.. bookkeeper (B.), res. 23 Palmer 



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Thomas Bert C, machinist, res. 21 Fuller 
Catharine, widow of John, res. 114 Taylor 
Edgar, W. W. Co., res. 61 Lowell 
George D., reporter (B.j, res. 01 Taylor 
Irving L., W. W. Co., res. (31 Lowell 
James EL, clerk, 120 Moody, res. 73 Brown 
John J., clerk, F. B. R., res. 114 Taylor 
Jennie Mis., cook, Hotel Crescent, res.do. 
John B., grocer, res. 26 Taylor 
Joseph, grocer, 589 Main, res. 3 Gibbs ct. 
Lydia A. Mrs., res. 73 Brown 
Malvina, died May 19, 1903 
Mary, E. H. W. Co., res. 114 Taylor 
Melzar, carpenter, res. 26 Wadsworth av. 
Rachael, died May 10, 1904 
Rose E., clerk, 13-3 Moody, res. 73 Brown 
Sherman T., machinist, W. W. Co., res. 41 
Alder 

Thombs Carrie, dressmaker, res. 96 Bobbins 
Charles, W. W. Co., res. 37 Myrtle 
Eva, res. 96 Bobbins 
Milton, carpenter, res. 874 Main 

Thompson Albert M., farmer, res. Hollace 
Alberta F., stenographer (B.i. res. 206 

Brown 
Alice, widow of William, res. 17 Fern 
Alice M., W. W. Co., res. 76 High 
Annete M., W. W. Co., res. 42 Gushing 
Amos D., W. W. Co., res. 108 Myrtle 
Angelina, W. W. Co., res. 152 School 
Anna E., res. 112 Bacon 
Arthur H., painter, res. 7 Alder 
Bertha M., Am. W. W. Co., res. 55 High- 
land 
Charles L., W. W. Co., res. 180 Lowell 
Edmund J., dentist, 18 Common, res. do. 
Eliza M., res. 41 Lowell 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 46 Chester av. 
Francis, mnle spiuner, res. rear 152 School 
Frank E., Am. W. W. Co., res. 69 Alder 
Fred S., res. 259 Charles 
Frederick I., engraver (B.), res. 78 High 
George E., asst. foreman, W. B. <& D. 

Works, res. 76 High 
George M., died Dec. 16, 1904 
Herbert E.. W. W. Co.. res. 108 Myrtle 

THOMPSON HERBERT L., pianos, 120 
Moody, res. 45 Eddy, W. Newton 
James W., res. 27 Alder 
James W. Jr., confectioner, res. 27 Alder 
John, W. W. Co., res. 55 Walnut 
John H., Waltham laundry, res. 42 Har- 
vard 
John J., carman, res. 47 Charles 
Joseph M., baker, res. 71 Brown 
Joseph T., W. W. Co., res. 55 Highland 
Lillian, W. W. Co., res. 72 Brown 
Lena Mrs., res. 25 Adams 
Lizzie, widow, res. 4 Bobbins place 
Mary A., housekeeper, res. rear 152 School 



Thompson Mary J., res. 42 Cushing 
Mary L., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 112 Bacon 
Mary R.. W. W. Co., res. 27 Alder 
Mary XL, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 47 

Charles 
Nellie M., res. 76 High 
Oscar IL, W. W. Co., res. 254 Crescent 
Raymond E., W. W. Co., res. 35 Cherry 
Robert Jr., cotton inspector, B. Mnfg. Co., 

res. 61 Newton 
Walter G, dentist, 128 Moody, res. 155 

Ash 
William H., machinist, res. 76 High 
W. H., W. W. Co., res. S. F. E. No. 1, 

Moody 
William J.; city laborer, res. 112 Bacon 
Thomson Judson L., Mfg. Co., B. S. 

Douglass, pres.; William P. Barrel, sec. 

and treas., rivet mnfrs., off South, R. C. 

Thornburg Benjamin, student, res. 19 High 

George W., molder, D. & F. Mnfg. Co., res. 

106 Cushing 
Thorpe William H., milkman, res. 12 

Charles 
Thurston Albert, clerk, 157 Moody, res. 168 

Felton 
Carrie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Martha E., wid. of Albert, res. 58 Bobbins 
Marth P. Miss, W. W. Co., res. 58 Bobbins 
Winifred, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 
Tibbets Ralph A., W. W. Co., res. Rumford 

av. 
Ticktin Daniel L., news agent, Waltham R. 

R. Station, res. 22 Taylor 
Tierney Bridget, res. 20 Curtis 

Emma, widow of Michael, res. 14 Calvary 
Dennis W., driver, 15 Lexington, res. P. J. 

Tierney's, Massasoit ct. 
John P., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 14 Calvary 
Joseph F., machinist W. W. Co., res. 81 

Central 
Michael H., died Aug. 27, 1904 
Michael P.. conductor, res. 14 Calvary 
Peter J., teamster, Waltham Coal Co., 

res. Centre, cor. Massasoit ct. 
see Turney 
Tiffany Joseph H., hairdresser, 93 Moody, 

res. 397 Biver 
Joseph J., hairdresser, 93 Moody, res. 397 

Biver 
Mark F., hairdresser, 655 Main, res. Navin 

place 
Tilden Fred, J. L. T. Mnfg. Co., res. 106 

Moody 
George L., res. 406 Moody 
Horace P., W. W. Co.. res. 406 Moody 
Tilton George E., W. Mnfg. Co., res. 59 

Chester av. 
George F., carpenter, res. 161 Brown 
Laura, milliner, res. 161 Brown 



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Tilton Ralph L., W. Mfg. Co., r. 161 Brown 
Timmons Hattie S. Miss, res. 103 Crescent 
Tingley Cora V., W. W. Co., res. 49 Cherry 
Tinker Addie P., widow of Law, res. 74 
Taylor 
George M., machinist, res. 87 Hall 
Law, died April 9, 1904 
LeRoy, foreman, res. 18 Liberty 
Tipping Frank, compositor (B.), res. 177 

Summer 
Tisdell Fred S., photographer, 39 Moody, 

res. do. 
Titessey Samuel, W. W. Co., res. 249 Moouy 
Titus Bertha, W. W. Co., res. 259 Moody 
Todd Almon C, dial maker,, res. 54 Wads- 
worth av. 
George W., removed to Allston 
James, baker, 583 Main, res. r. 571 Main 
John, baker, res. 595 Main 
TOLMAN BRADSHAW S., auctioneer and 
real estate and insurance, and deputy 
sheriff Middlesex county, 621 Main, rm. 
B, also chairman Board of Assessors, 
res. 298 Moody (see page 11) 
John A., auctioneer and real estate, u^l 

Main, rm. B., res. 298 Moody 
John E., contractor, 298 Moody, res. do. 
Tolton Margaret, res. 20 Clinton 

Martin F., laborer, res. 20 Clinton 
Tomarle Joseph, bootblack, res. 158 School 
Tomkins Louise, milliner, res. 80 High 
Tomlin Alfred, res. West Dale 
Fred, knitter, res. Dale 
George, knitter, res. 80 Lexington 
William, knitter, res. off Dale 
Tomlinson Charles S., carpenter, res. 39 
Taylor 
George E., salesman (B.), res. 509 Main 
Walton, loom fixer, B. Mfg. Co., res. 74 
Church 
Tompkins Albert W., salesman (B.), res. 80 
Bobbins 
Burness, W. W. Co., res. 52 Walnut 
Laura, W. W. Co., res. 52 Walnut 
May, clerk, P. O. sub-station, No. 1, res. 

80 High 
Sarah A., widow of Albert W., res. 80 
High 
Toney George W., res. 63 Pine 
Toohey Hugh, laborer, D. & F. Foundry, 
res. rear 158 Willow 
Michael J., machinist, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. 210 River 
Thomas, laborer, res 270 River 
William J., W. W. Co., res. 210 River 
Toomey Daniel D., carpenter, Barnes, res. 
do. 
Joanna, dressmaker,, 92 Cushing, res. do. 
John, res. 110 School 
Tormey John J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. Ripley 



Tormey Mary A., dressmaker, Ripley, r. do. 
Michael, teamster, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 

Ripley 
Michael J., dye house, res. Ripley 
Peter H., steam fitter, res. Ripley 
Torsleff Andrew, laundryman, res. 230 
Lowell 
Herbert W., laundryman, res. 230 Lowell 
Tosman Harry, shoemaker, 343B Moody, 

res. 17 Oak 
Totman E. & Co., hardware,- plumbing, 

stoves, etc., 194 Moody, res. 8 Adams 
Totten David B., agent, res. 77 Walnut 
Harry H., driver, J. Totten & Sons, res. 

88 Bacon 
John, res. 70 Bacon 
TOTTEN JOHN L. (J. Totten & Sons), ice, 

74 Bacon, res. 74 do. (see page 46) 
TOTTEN JOHN & SONS (John L. Totten), 
ice dealers, 74 Bacon (see page 46) 
Leslie C, concreter, 18 Fiske, res. do. 
William, res. head Dale 
Towan Joseph G., watchmaker, res. 27 Pine 
Towers Gertrude, W. W. Co., res. 129 Brown 
Margaret, Am. W. W. Co., res. 23 Wash- 
ington av. 
Towle Eugene A., W. W. Co., res. 91 Vernon 

William H, W. W. Co., res. 55 Ash 
Town George F., res 297 Crescent 

George L., carpenter, res. 60 Bedford 
Towne Mary J,, widow of Job, res. 22 

Lawrence 
TOWNE WARREN N., boots and shoes, 
shoe findings, stationery, newspapers, 
etc., also circulating libraiw, 149 Moody, 
res. Prospect Hill av. (see front cover) 
Townsend Jessie Mrs., res. 241 Lowell 
Lindley J., res. 106 Church 
Lucy W., res. 106 Church 
Martha P., res. 106 Church 
Tracey Daniel J., prop. (New Tremont 

House. B.), res. 185 Willow 
Tracy Edward, W. B. & D. Works, res. 124 
Willow 
Edwin F., elevator tender, W. B. & D. 

Works, res. 124 Willow 
George L., res. 40 River 
Hannah, widow of Daniel, res. 185 Willow 
Harriet L., widow of Charles E., res. 82 

Robbins 
James F., carpenter, res. 26 Bolton 
John, clerk, 177 Willow, res. 284 River 
John, farm hand, Edward Wellington 
John W., W. W. Co., res. 452 Moody 
Lewis G.. carpenter, D. & F. Mfg. Co., 

res. 69 River 
Louise M., student, res. 1 Parker lane 
Mary, widow of Peter, res. 286 River 
Michael A., grocer, 177 Willow, res. 284 
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Tracy Patrick H., laborer, res. 266 River 
Peter J., police, res. 126 Willow 
Thomas, laborer, res. 31 Clinton 
Thomas A., provisions, 64 Charles, r. 68 do 
William G., gateman, W. B. & D. Works, 
res. Parker lane 
TRADERS INS. CO. of CHICAGO, ILL., 
W. H. Johnson, agent, 661 Main and 211 
Moody (see pages 11-17) 
TRADERS & MECHANICS INS. CO., 
LOWELL, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 
637 Main (see page 26) 
Trainor Annie, W. W. Co., res. 23% Common 
Bridget, widow of Charles, died Sept. 23, 
1904 
TRAINOR BROS. (Dennis and Henry P.), 
painters and decorators, 703 Main (see 
Park Theatre Diagram) 
Clara, W. W. Co., res. 84 Adams 
Dennis (Trainor Bros.), painter, 703 Main, 

res. 23% Common 
Emma, W. W. Co., res. 84 Adams 
Eva Miss, clerk (B.), res. 23% Common 
Henry P. (Trainor Bros.), painter, 703 

Main, res. 79 Lexington 
James, painter, res. 23% Common 
Mary, W. W. Co., res. 23% Common 
Patrick, W. W. Co., res. 23y 2 Common 
Trask Robert, res. 23 Harvard av. 
Travagalia G., fruits. 629 Main, res. Oak 
TRAVELERS ACCIDENT INS. CO. of 
HARTFORD, Hollis E. Dennen. agent, 
179 Moody (see* page 11) 
Travis Arthur E„ spring maker. W. W. Co., 

res. 5 Derby 
Treat Frances E.. res. 26 Harvard 
Trenholm James, W. W. Co.. res. 144 Alder 
Trevett Lucien H., engineer, S. F. E. No. 1, 

res. 2341/2 Moody 
Trider George H., W. W. Co., res. 205 
Adams 
Sophia F.. wid. of James, res. 71 Robbins 
Troxell Mattie Mrs., res. 198 Adams 
True Alice M., W. W. Co., res. 11 Charles 
TRUE CHARLES F., paper hanger, picture 
framer, periodicals, etc., 223 Moody, 
res. 17 Cushing (see page 14) 
Guy L., clerk, pumping station, off South, 

res. do. 
Will B., engineer at pumping station, off 
South, res. do. 
Truelove Ada G., W. W. Co., res. 126 Ash 
Amy F., stenographer, res. 126 Ash 
Minnie, res. 126 Ash 
Thomas, W. W. Co., res. 126 Ash 
William H. W. W. Co.. res. 87 Ash 
Trueworthy Susie R. Miss. res. 55 Robbins 

Ralph M., W. W. Co., res. 262 Crescent 
Tryon Edna A., teacher Newhall school, res. 
20 Adams 



Tucker Barbara Mrs., res. 14 Woerd av. 
Hannah H., widow of Amasa, res. 12 

Appleton 
Luther L., res. 259 South 

Tufts Hartley, W. W. Co., res. 188 Chestnut 
Nathan A., lawyer, Lawrence bldg., 631 
Main, res. 4 Common 

Tuite Catherine, widow of Thomas, res. 144 
School 
James A., driver, res. 58 Willow 
Elizabeth M., W. W. Co., res. 24% Bacon 
Margaret E., housekeeper, res. 24% Bacon 
Mary A., W. W. Co., res. 24% Bacon 
Patrick F., driver, res. 144 School 

Tully James J., clerk, res. 234 Newton 
Mary L., E. H. W. Co., res. 234 Newton 
Thomas L. V., police, res. 34 Fiske 
William, removed to Quincy 

Tumilty Bridget, W. W. Co., res. James H. 
Tumilty's, Pond av. 
James H., painter, res. Pond av. 

Tupper W. H., ins. agent, res. 46 Adams 

Turner Annie, E. H. W. Co., res. 258 Moody 
Benjamin L., butter and eggs, 11 Weston, 

res. do. 
Charles S., W. W. Co., res. 107 Chestnut 
Danforth F., W. W. Co., res. 418 Moody 
Faustena, W. W. Co., res. 96 Robbins 
Florence Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 255 Cres- 
cent 
George W., W. W. Co., res. 96 Robbins 
Nathaniel W., W. W. Co., res. 54 Fiske 
Paul C, W. W. Co., res. 10 Myrtle 
Robert N., student, res. 54 Fiske 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 313 Crescent* 

Turney Larry, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 337 River 
Thomas H., painter, res. 98 Cushing 

Turpin Annie, dressmaker, 78 Central, res. 
do. 

Tuthill Charles L., foreman, W. W. Co., res. 
163 Brown 
George W., 135 Moody, res. 4 Adams 

Tuttle Dora, W. W. Co., res. 35 Washing- 
ton av. 
E. C, res. 83 Dale 

George E., W. W. Co., res. 20 Robbins 
George I., E. H. W. Co., res. 50 Fiske 
Hiram E.. machinist, res. 108 Lowell 
William D.. city teamster, res. 91 Central 

Twigg Harry, machinist, res. 21 Underwood 
park 
Horace C, drug clerk, 882 Main, res. 18 

Lawrence 
John, machinist, res. 21 Underwood park 

Twing. see Thwing 

Twitched Fred L., iceman, res. 71 Exchange 

Tyler Frank, whitewasher, res. 27 Williams 
Frank E., farmer, res. off Lincoln, n. Lake 
George R., mason, res. 170 School 
Lucy A., widow of Sidney, res. Winter 



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OF NEW 

agents, 63*' 



payer hanger, res. 47 
Pond 



ULETT CARRIE, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 2 
Harvard av. 
George, ship carpenter, res. 2 Harvard av. 
William S., steward (B.), res. 2 Har- 
vard av. 
Underwood Abbie C, res. 1130 Main 

Moses, res. 469 Moody 
TJnicack John, moulder, D. »fc F. Foundry, 

res. 60 Cedar 
UNDERWRITERS" AGENCY 
YORK, D. F. Yiles & Co., 
Main (see page 20) 
UNION INS. CO. of FHILADELFHIA, 

D. F. Yiles & Co., agents, 63< Main 
(see page 20,1 

United Metile Co., 151 High 

Upbam Charles R. 
Wadswortb av. 
Frank M., res. 25 
George H., paper 

wortb av. 
Julia, W. W. Co., res. 52 Walnut 
Iva, W. W. Co., res. 18 Maple 
Louise, W. W. Co., res. 52 Walnut 
Lydia A., res. 21 Newton 
Roger W., clerk (B.j, res. 32 Lyman 
Samuel O., county comin'r (Court House, 

E. C), res. 25 Pond 

Samuel R., clerk (B.), res. 32 Lyman 
W. Frederick, salesman (24 Federal, B.), 

res. 32 Lyman 
William W., clerk, 135 Moody, and music 

teacher, 245 Cbarles, res. do. 
Upton George D., driver, res. 19 Taylor 
Urquhart Annie, widow, res. 52 Adams 
George T., plumber, res. 52 Adams 
Grace M., W. W. Co., res. 52 Adams. 
Jobn H, plumber, 154 Moody, res. o.4 

Crescent 



hanger, 



res. 47 Wads- 



J. Walter, 

Adams 
Major, res. 



plumber, 154 Moody, res. 52 



103 Crescent 



VAHEY MICHAEL B., laundry agent, res. 

135 Charles 
Yallery F. Charles, machinist, res. 1 Calvary 

William. B. Mnt'g. Co., res. 1 Calvary 
Vallieres Frank X., E. H. W. Co., res. 88 

Central 
Vance Sarah, widow of William, res. 42 

Wellington 
Yan Cor Fred W., res. 37 Taylor 

Hattie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Yandermace Alexander L. (Home & Yan- 

dermace), 128 Moody, res. 25 Curtis 
Yandermark Otis E., engineer, res. 196 

Chestnut 
Yander Woerd Cbarles, machinist, res. 27 

Prospect av. 
Florence L., res. 27 Prospect av. 



M., 

182 
Ash 



298 



Yander Woerd Nettie L. Mrs., baker, 895 

Main, res. 27 Prospect av. 
Yandergraft Gertrude, matron, M. S. F. 
Yanderwyk Henry Jr., oil salesman, res. 
Yan Dover Lillian, W. W. Co., res. 147 
Yandrow Mary E., res. 856 Main 
Yankleek Augustus, res. 403 Crescent 
Van Orne Wilma Miss, W. W. Co., res. 

Moody 
Yan Wart Roy, res. 81 Taylor 

William S., cabinet maker, res. 70 Bedford 
Yarley Julia, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 21 Stearns 
Mary, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 21 Stearns 
Patrick E„ bairdresser, 179% Moody, res. 
74 Bobbins 
Yarney Alfred J., elevator man, 3 Moody,, 
res. do. 
Cyrus, drug clerk, res. 365 Moody 
Emma J., dressmaker, 32 Adams, res. do. 
William S., job printer, 197% Moody, res. 
at West Newton 
Yarnum Edward P., harness maker, 203 
Lexington, res. Yarnum Park, 'off Dale 
Yarrell Marie E., widow of John I'., res. 52 

Maple 
Yaugban Benjamin E., clerk, res. 169 
Chestnut 
Edwin H., provisions, res. 169 Chestnut 
James I'., driver, res. 93 Soutb 
Yenner Susan B. Mrs., res. 272 Crescent 
Yeno Albert, spinner, res. 151 Felton 
Augustus, carpenter, res. 10 Guinan 
Blair, painter, res. 151 Felton 
Edmund, driver, res. 151 Felton 
Frank, painter, res. 348 Moody 
Fred, carpenter, res. 68 Pine 
Fred B., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 167 School 
John P. A., carpenter, res. 64 Scbool 
J. Alfred, res. 167 School 
Levi, O'H. W. & D. Co., res. 151 Felton 
Mary, widow of Fred, res. 167 Scbool 
Pbilip T., laborer, res. 151 Felton 
Samuel, carpenter, res. 33 Gdrham 
Yergona Carrmelo. fruit, 697 Main, res. do. 
Yeteran Fireman Association, headquarters, 

37 Spruce 
Yickerson George B., painter, res. 60 dish- 
ing 
George O., shoe maker, 357 Moody, res. 60 

Gushing 
Yiles Cbarles L., farmer, Lincoln, near 
Smith, res. do. 
Cbarles M., milkman, 35 Fiske, res. do. 
YILES DANIEL F. & CO.. real estate and 
insurance, 637 Main, room 9, and treas. 
Waltham Screw Co., res. 17 Pond (see 
page 26) 
Edgar F., mgr., Waltham Screw Co., res. 

17 Pond 
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Viles Ellen M., ro^. Lincoln, near Smith 
Emily Miss, clerk, Waltham Savings 

Bank, 702 Main, res. 151) Summer 
Lydia, widow of Nathan, res. 17 Pond 
Nancy E., W. W. Co., res. 58 Alder 
Nathan R., farmer, res. Locaist, n. Winter 
Olive R., cashier, G19 Main, res. at Weston 
Walter S., engraver, W. W. Co., res. 108 
Lexington 

Vinal Alice H., widow of Frank M., res. 239 
Charles 
Charles W.. W. W. Co., res. 144 Lowell 
Ezra, W. W. Co., res. 187 Adams 
Flora E. Mrs., died Feb. 14, 1903 
Florence M., clerk, 111 Moody, res. 67 

Adams 
Frank M., died March 1, 1903 
George, W. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent 
George F., died Aug. 7, 1904 
Herbert C, W. W. Co., res. 67 Adams 
L. Whittemore, W. W. Co.. res. 400 Moody 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 144 Lowell 
Winifred A., W. W. Co., res. 67 Adams 

Vincent Charles A., died Jau. 1, 1905 
Charles F., W. W. Co., res. 389 Crescent 
Mary, widow of John, res. 112 Charles 
Philip, physician, died April 30, 1903 
Robert, painter, res. 31 Pine 
W. H., res. 1 Norumbega terrace 

Vineau Emerent, widow of Andrew, res. 92 
Central 
Ida, nurse, res. 92 Central 
Jennie, W. W. Co., res. 92 Central 
Marie, W. W. Co., res. 92 Central 

Viscounti Vincent, tailor (B.), res. 214 Bacon 

Vosburgh Helen M. Mrs., nurse, res. 128 
Adams 
Olive, res. 30 Walnut 

Vradenburgh Louis S.. fireman, B. & M. 
R. R., res. Grant place 
Thomas H., engineer, F.R.R., r. Grant pi. 

WADDINGTON ALEXANDER, res. 63 
Pine 
Daniel, carpenter, res. 65 Taylor 
Humphrey, res. 65 Taylor 
William E., res. 172 Chestnut 
Wagner Jesse Rev., res. 122 Brown 

Pearl, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Wade Pearl, stenographer, 301 Moody 
Wait Georgiana V., stenographer, res. 23 
Taylor 
Paulina, died Jan. 18, 1904 
Waite Susie E. Mrs., bookkeeper, 233 Bacon, 
res. 74 School, suite 6 
see Wait, also Waight 
Wakefield G. Herbert, optician, 225 Moody, 

res. 159 Lowell 
Walcott Edmund S., baggage master, res. 
201 Chestnut 



Walcott Georgie S., E. H. W. Co., res. 201 
Chestnut 

Herbert L., machinist, res. 201 Chestnut 

Mae E., E. H. W. Co., res. 201 Chestnut 
Waldron Annie C, clerk, res. x0 Stearns 

Catharine T.. W. W. Co., res. 10 Stearns 

George H.. W. W. Co., res. 83 Cherry 

Lizzie, dressmaker, res. 10 Stearns 

Mary E., res. 185 Moody 

Patrick, res. 10 Stearns 
Wales Louise F., r. Hillside, end Worcester 

Mabel A., died Nov. 10, 1904 

Maria, widow of Jonathan, res. 79 Central 
Walker Addie Mrs., res. 101 Crescent 

Agnes M. Mrs., res. 43 Floyd 

Albert L., vocal and organ teacher, Law- 
rence Block, res. 57 Willow 

Albert L., B. Mnfg. Co.. res. 46 Hall 

Alice Mrs., res. 340 Lexington 

A, carpenter, res. 19 Chestnut 

A. C. Miss. mgr. A. & P. Skirt Co., Law- 
rence bldg., rm. 10, res. 8 Common 

Charles, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 47 Willow 
WALKER EDWARD A., real estate, in- 
surance and auctioneer, 637 Main, and 
special agent N. Y. M. L. Ins. Co., 212 
Old South Bldg. (B.), res. Lexington 
terrace (see page 10) 

Elizabeth, res. 57 Willow 

Elizabeth B., W. W. Co., res. 5 Norumbega 
terrace 

Ernest, machinist, res. 152 Chestnut 

Florence, stenographer (B.), res. 47 Willow 

Francis I., W. Mnfg. Co., res. 215 Adams 

George A., W. W. Co., res. 7 Harvard av. 

George E., removed to West Townsend 

John L., machine fixer, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 
47 Willow 

John M., res. 57 Willow 

Lillian, res. 47 Willow 

Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 57 Orange 

Mabel, teacher, North grammar school, 
res. 47 Willow 

Mary S. Mrs., res. Gore 

Melville C. W. W. Co., res. 7 Fuller 

Meredith, Grove Hill Diary, res. 57 Willow 

Nelson S., driver, res. 17 Union 

Orrin H, finisher, res. 19 Farwell 
Wall Andrew J., E. H. W. Co., res. 107 
Chestnut 

Charles H., res. 145 Adams 

Frank S., W. Mnfg. Co., res. 11 Brook av. 

George E., res. 113 Taylor 

Mary J., res. 7 Dartmouth 

Sarah A., principal. The Seth Bemis 
school, res. at Newton 

Seth G., W. W. Co.. res. 60 Cherry 
Wallace Annie M.. physician, M. S. F. M., 
Waverley Oaks road, res. do. 
Edward, janitor, P. O., r. 57 Riverview av. 



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Wallace Edward, barber, r. 156 Robbins 
Florence Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 121 Brown 
George, motornian, res. 57 Riverview av. 
G. L., physician, M. S. F. M., Waverley 

Oaks road, res. do. 
Robert H., Am. W. W. Co., res. 90y 2 

Myrtle 
Sadie, W. W. C, res. 146 Adams 
Wm., milkman, res. 35 Fiske 
William, bleacher, res. 62 Pine 
William J., res. 160 Myrtle 
see Wallis 
Waller Paul J., night watchman, res. 90 

Robbins 
Percy P., painter, res. 234 Charles 
Wallingford Ida S. Mrs., res. 476 Main 
Pell F., veterinarian, 476 Main, res. do. 
Richard N., watchmaker, res. 33 Wads- 
worth av. 
Wallis Eunice P., res. 19 Howard 

Fred K., engineer, Davis & Farnum Mnfg. 

Co., Foundry av.. res. do. 
Horace E., clerk, 719 Main, res.19 Howard 
Walnut Street Bakery, 13 Walnut 
Walsh Agnes M., O'H. D .W. Co., res. 191 

High 
Charles F., printer, res. 283 River 
Christopher, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 191 High 
David, blacksmith, W. B. & D. Works, 

res. 153 River 
Ellen N., W. W. Co., res. 21 Exchange 
Gertrude, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 153 River 
Henry, foreman. F. R. R., res. 81 Central 
Henry N., carpenter, res. 63 Oak 
James H., dyer, res. 22 Oak 
John, W. B. & D. Co.. res. 69 Grove 
John, laborer, res. rear 56 Calvary 
John, laborer, res. 21 Exchange 
John E., driver, res. 191 High 
John J., provisions, res. 241 Newton 
John T., teamster, res. rear 58 Calvary 
John T., contractor, res. Spring- 
Joseph H., clerk, 893 Main, r. Auburndale 
Margaret, widow of Richard, res. 23y 2 

Clinton 
Mary, res. 4 Winthrop 
Michael, W. B. & D. Works, res. 100 Cedar 
Michael, teamster, Armour & Co., res. 14 

Cedar 
Patrick, coachman, 57 Lyman, res. do. 
Peter D., dry goods, 224 Moody, res. at 

West Newton 
Robert R., boarding house, 283 River 
Samuel, res. Lunda 
Thomas J., farmer, res. School av. 
William E.. plumber, res. 283 River 
William P., painter, res. 125 Pond 
William, typewriter (B.), res. 213 River 
Walters George F., teacher dancing, res. 349 

Moody 



Waltham Beef Company, Timothy J. Sulli- 
van, mgr., 20 Felton 
Bicycle Track, off South, opp. Dartmouth 
Bleachery and Dve Works, River, opp. 

Willow 
Board of Health, City Hall 

WALTHAM BOAT AND CANOE CO., 
James G. Burgin, prop., office and fac- 
tory Woerd av. (see page 23) 
Canoe Club, Woerd av., nr. Crescent Park 
Church Organ Factory, Emory W. Lane, 

prop., 1041 Main 
City Home, H. H. Bumford, supt., South, 
beyond Mt. Feake cemetery 

WALTHAM CLOCK CO., William C. 
Henry, treas. and mgr., clock mnfrs., 
218y 2 Moody (see back cover) 

WALTHAM COAL CO., Fred P. Rutter, 
pres. and manager, office 663 Main, 
yard and elevator New Elm and Beaver 
Brook (see front cover) 

WALTHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 
Frank K. Porter, treas., National Bank 
bldg., 637 Main, room 3 (see page 26) 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., Byron Bradstreet. pres., 
furniture, carpets, etc.. furniture and 
piano movers and storage, 120 to 124 
Moody and 1 to 5 Pine (see page 25) 
Cycle Club, 4 Crescent 

WALTHAM DAILY FREE PRESS -TRI- 
BUNE. Alexander Starbuck, editor, R. 
B. Somers, manager, 126 Moody (see 
page 8) 
Development Co.. C. H. Metz, prop.. Whit- 
ney av. 
Emery Wheel Co., 113 and 115 Bacon 

WALTHAM EVENING NEWS (THE). 
Eaton Bros., 13 Felton (see opp. Colonial 
Theatre Diagram) 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO. (Anthony A. 
Curtin and J. Milton Kilgore), mnfrs. 
of iron, aluminum and composition cast- 
ings. 71 and 73 Felton (see page 4) 

WALTHAM FREE PRESS TRIBUNE, 
Alexander Starbuck. editor, R. B. 
Somers, manager, 126 Moody (see p. S) 
Free Public Bathing House. Moody 

WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., Adams D. 
Claflin. pres., E. P. Smith, treas., office, 
684 Main, works rear 64 Pine (see p. 5) 

WALTHAM HABERDASHERS AND 
HATTERS (Philip Cohen, Joseph 
Daum), 659 Main (see front cover) 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL. 

E. H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see p. 7) 

Hospital. A. L. Pringle. matron. Hope av. 

WALTHAM ICE CO., J. J. S. Peterson, 
prop.. Riverview pi., cor. Prospect, near 
Riverview station (see front cover) 



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Waltkarn Jewelry Co., 183 Moody 

WALTHAM LAUNDRY, C. F. Glover & 

Co., props., Gilford av. (see back cover) 

WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, Ellis & 

Sanderson, props., Newton, cor. Cutter 

(see page 30) 

Manual Training School, Charles, cor. 

Grant 
Mnfg. Co., mnfrs. Orient Automobiles, 
Thomas E. Griffin, manager, Rumford 
ave., C. P. 
Mercantile Co., dept. store, 345 Moody 
WALTHAM NATIONAL BANK, Joseph F. 
Gibbs, cashiei', 637 Main (see page 26) 
New Church School, Lexington, n. Beaver 
Post Office, Charles J. Shepard, postmas- 
ter, Moody, cor. Gordon 
Public Library, Mrs. Mary E. Bill, libra- 
rian, 15 Moody 
WALTHAM PUBLISHING CO., 126 Moody 

(see page 8) 
WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK, 702 Main, 

Charles F. Stone, treas. (see page 26) 
WALTHAM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
(The). Waltham Trust Co. Bldg., Moody 
(see page 24) 
Screw Co., screw mnfrs., Edgar F. Viles, 
mgr., Geo. F. Bailey, supt., Rumford 
av., Crescent Park 
Sporting Goods Co., Fred H. Pratt, prop., 
212 Moody 
WALTHAM STORAGE WAREHOUSE 
CO., G. E. Kirwin, manager, 6 Kirwin 
ct. (see page 15) 
St. Ry., office 621 Main, room A 
WALTHAM SUPPLY CO. (Max Levison), 
clothing and men's furnishings, 122 
Moody 
Theatre, 15 and 16 Elm 
Training School for Nurses, rear 716 Main 
WALTHAM TRAP ROCK CO., broken 

stone. 593 Main (see page 15) 
WALTHAM TRUST CO. (THE), Moody 
(see page 4) 
Veteran Firemen's Association, 37 Spruce 
Water Works, Laroy Brown, supt., office 
City Hall, pumping station off South, 
beyond Mt. Feake cemetery, workshop 
and stable. 90 Felton 
WALTHAM'S CONFECTIONER, J. H. 

Lewis. 205 Moody (see page 13) 
Wambolt Rose, W. \V. Co., res. 15 Wash- 
ington av. 
Wanboiirg Edward, machinist, r. 15 Sharon 
Ward Carl E., clerk (B.\ res. 33 Harris 
Charles H., clerk, res. 66 Hall 
David T., painter, res. 22 Palmer 
Edward, died March 7, 1904 
Elijah, overseer of mule spinning, B. 
Mnfg. Co., res. 216 Newton 



Ward Fannie, wid. of Patrick, r. 400 River 
Francis T., carriage smith (W. Newton), 
res. 464 Moody 



George G, teacher High school, 



res. 



Townsend 
Henry C, W. W. Co., res. 22 Palmer 
James F. (61 Court, B.), res. 352 High 
John, clerk, res. 16 Cedar 
Kathryn, clerk, 135 Moody, res. 77 Pine 
Margaret, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 400 River 
Mary, wid. of George B., res. 464 Moody 
May A., clerk, 135 Moody, res. 77 Pine 
Patrick J., laborer res. 400 River 
Robert R., canoe builder, res. Fiske av. 
Rose, widow of Peter, res. 404 River 
Warden Erskine, res. 258 Moody 
Wardwell Daisy M., res. 2 River av. 
Ethel, spinner, res. 1 River av. 
Frank L., laborer, res. 2 River av. 
Roy W., res. 2 River av. 
Ware Annie S., W. W. Co., res. 102 Orange 
Arthur, res. 17 Pearl 
George W., W. W. Co., res. 982 Main 
Jason, removed to Belfast, Me. 
Jennie, res. 102 Orange 
Waring Charles W., machinist, res. 54 

Francis 
Wark C. E., railway mail clerk, res. F. E. 

No. 1, Moody 
Warne Annie M. Mrs., dentist, 185 Moody, 

res. do. 
Elbert M., res. 185 Moody 
Warner Anna M. Mrs., asst. librarian, 15 

Moody, res. 11 Wellington 
Ernest, canoe builder, res. 295 Crescent 
Hanford A., res. 297 Crescent 
Henry H., res. 297 Crescent 
Laura, clerk, 203 Moody, res. 53 Maple 
Warren Alfred, salesman, 647 Main, res. 33 

Adams 
Betsey, widow of Isaac, res. 30 Prospect 
Charles H., died Aug. 8, 1903 
Charles R., res. 49 Moody 
Clarence H. (Rufus Warren & Sons), 

boots and shoes, 9 Moody, res. 29 Bacon 
Cornelia, summer residence Beaver, near 

Linden 
Emma, widow of Wm. A., res. 135 Main 
Ethel, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Everett W., electrician (B.), res. 254 

Crescent 
Francis E., salesman (69 Summer, B.), 

res. 135 Main 
Fred, clerk (122 Summer, B.), res. 91 

Russell 
George, with Gebbs Express Co. 
George E., of 23 Prospect, died Sept. 2, 

1903 
George E., broker (Board of Trade Bldg., 

B.), res. 945 Main 



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Warren George E. . res. 15 Gordon 

George F., machinist, W. W Co. res. 22 

Weston 
George N., W. W. Co., res. 41 Lawrence 
George W., res. 2 Weston 
Isaac F., milk dealer, 212 Charles, res. do. 
WARREN ISAAC & SOX, (Lowell E. War- 
ren), boots and shoes, G4T Main (see 
page 12; 
Jennie B., W. W. Co., res. 17 Hall 
Jonathan L., res. 96 School 
Lowell E. (Isaac Warren & Son), boots 
and shoes, 647 Main, res. 30 Prospect 
Nathan (44 Equitable bnldg., B.i. vice- 
president Waltham Savings Bank, res. 
50 Weston 
Rufus, clerk, 9 Moody; res. 73 High 
Rufns Mrs., bookkeeper, 9 Moody, res. 

73 High 
Susan M., prin. T. R. Plympton school, 
res. 155 Summer 
WARREN RUFUS & SONS (Clarence H. 
Warren), boots and shoes, 9 Moody 
(see page 40) 
Wilbur F., florist, res. Highland av., near 

Weston 
Willard, milkman, 39 Lexington, res. do. 
William A., died Jan. 15, 1905 
Warring Charles W., res. 54 Francis 
Washburn Annie M., res. 194 Adams 
Linnie R. Mrs., dressmaker, 32 Bacon, 

res. do. 
Sarah L., teacher, South grammar school, 

res. 156 Adams 
William C, carpenter, 729 Main, res. 3 
Harvard place 
Washer Leo. collector, res. 88 Alder 
Wasson Beatrice. W. W. Co., res. 32 Cherry 
Bertha Mrs.. W. W. Co.. res. 344 Crescent 
Watch City Automobile Co., 582 Maiu 
WATCH CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.. F. A. 
Brown & Co.. props., 101 River (see 
page 14 1 
Water Commissioners, City Hall 
Waterhouse Robert W., organ maker, 1041 

Main, res. 50 Adams 
Waterman William, buyer (B.), res. 86 Ash 
Watson Alice M., W. W. Co., res. 149 High 
Alva, hostler, res. 149 High 
Arthur I., cashier, res. 1 Chestnut av. 
Carrie L.. W. W. Co., res. 149 High 
Henry H., W. W. Co., res. 56 Robbins 
Lee. watchmaker (B.). res. 22 Adams 
Lillian, W. W. Co.. res. 252 Crescent 
Watt Sadie, nurse, res. 170 Chestnut 
Watts Aaron L., real estate, res. 57 Chester 
av. 
Loren R., driver, W. W. Co., res. Sun 
Sherburne D., W. W. Co.. res. 12 Town- 
send 



Wayland Frederick, cashier (B.), res. 75 

Brown 
Weatherbee Frank W., foreman, res. 357 

Crescent 
Weaver Frances M., widow of Charles, res. 
5 Chester a v. 
George C, W. W. Co., res. 61 Crescent 
Grace C, saleswoman, res. 5 Chester av. 
Kate E., W. W. Co, res. 5 Chester av. 
Kenneth, W. W. Co., res. 139 Robbins 
Leigh A., jewel maker, res. 5 Chester av. 
Stanley, W. W. Co., res. 75 Maple 
Webber Charles E., machinist, res. 29 
Spruce 
Clara E., widow of Charles R., res. 29 

Spruce 
Edith G., teacher, Roberts school, res. 19 

Howard 
Grace E., teacher, South grammar school, 

res. 34 Appleton 
Harriet P., wid. of John H., res. 73 High 
Horace, machinist, res. 266 Crescent 
Josephine R. Mrs., teacher, North gram- 
mar school, res. 11 Wellington 
Sarah S.. res. 19 Howard 
Weberg Augustine, helper, res. Waverley 

Oaks road 
Webster Abbie Mrs., res. 13 Robbins 
Angeline. wid. of Ambrose, res. 11 Spruce 
Charlotte C. W. 'W. Co., res. 127 Crescent 
Clarence L., dial painter, res. 17 Ash 
Edgar F., draughtsman, res. 24 Harris 
Florence D., res. 24 Harris 
Francis E. Rev., rector, Christ Church, 

res. 25 Bacon 
Francis J. Mrs., res. 51 Elm av. 
Galer I., salesman (101 Federal, B.), res. 

6 Summit 
Gertrude L., res. 11 Spruce 
Helen E., clerk, 203 Moody, res. 29 Spruce 
John R.. died Oct. 15, 1904 
Laura A., res. 11 Spruce 
Lena M., res. Summit 
Luther, res. 56 Cushing 
Richard F., carpenter. 26 High, res. do. 
Walter A., E. H. W. Co., res. 31 Elm av. 
William A., photographer, 111 Moody. 

res. 30 Harris 
William A. Jr., civil engineer, res. 30 

Harris 
Zerilla P. Mrs., res. 6 Summit 
Weeks Alice W. Mrs., vocal teacher. 7 
Moody, res. do. 
Delmont L. (B.), res. 451 Main 
Elinor F., student, res. 7 Moody 
Frank M., asst. day editor (Hei'ald, B.), 

res. 20 Cushing 
Harry, machinist, i'es. 7 Moody 
Hiram, res. 42 Crescent 
Marjorie N., teacher, res. 20 Cushing 



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Weeks Wilbert L., city express, 158 Moody, 

res. 23 Spruce 
Weinberg Joseph, shoe maker, 228% Moody 
Weir Celia, W. W. Co., res. 94 Alder 

Delia L., Am. W. W. Co., res. Ill Harvard 
Luke, laborer, res. Ill Harvard 
Mary J., Am. W W. Co., res. Ill Harvard 
Welch Andrew, city laborer, res. 35 Spring 
Ann, died June 13, 1905 
Bridget, died May 10, 1903 
Edward J., bookkeeper, Waltham Mnfg. 

Co., res. 20 Middle 
Frederick A., clerk, res. 20 Middle 
George, dyer, res. 177 River 
Henry, Fitchburg R. R., res. 81 Central 
James, clerk, Cedar, cor. Oak, res. 191 

High 
Joseph A., W. W. Co., res. 31 Spruce 
Margaret, res. City Home, South 
Mary J., dressmaker, res. 128 Felton 
Patrick A., farm hand, A. T. Lyman, res. 

31 Heard 
Patrick B., coachman, res. 477 Main 
William, machinist, res. Foundry av., near 

Willow 
see Walsh, also Welsh 
Welchans William H., res. Greenwood av. 
Wellcome Frank U., steam fitter, 11 Charles, 

res. do. 
Wellington Arthur C, clerk, G2 Bacon, res. 

205 School 
Bertha M., bookkeeper, res. 41 Lawrence 
Caleb F., gardener, res. 53 Rich 
Charles L.. farmer, Trapelo road, near 

Woburn, res. do. 
Edward, milkman and farmer, res. Trap- 
elo road, near Lexington 
Edward W., sub. letter carrier, res. 265 

School 
Ernest S., engineer, res. 41 Lawrence 
Fannie, wid. of Herbert J., res. 404 Moody 
Frederick Dana, res. 16 Summer av. 
WELLINGTON FREDERICK D., 2d, livery 

and boarding stable, 30 and 32 Elm, 

near F. R. R. station, res. 63 South (see 

page 21) 
Herbert J., died Jan. 13, 1905 
Horatio A., W. W. Co., res. 133 Ash 
James Lowell, janitor, Waltham National 

Bank bldg., res. 41 Lawrence 
John M.. res. Lunda 
Martha B., widow of Theodore, res. 167 

Lexington 
Orinda S., died May 28, 1905 
Walter M., dial sinker, W. W. Co., res. 

Lunda 
William S., driver, res. 15 Gordon 
Wellman Arthur M., manager, 177 Moody, 

res. 26 Adams 
Lottie A., ladies' tailor, res. 121 Brown 



Wells Emma J., housekeeper, 258 Moody, 
res. do. 
Ernest H., dentist, 111 Moody, res. at 

Weston 
Euphemia Mrs., res. Weston 
Frank E. (Wells & Boynton), 111 Moody, 

res. at Weston 
Fred, machinist, res. 119 Adams 
George W., res. 57 Francis 
Leonard, W. W. Co., res. 83 Hall 
Percy, res. 83 Hall 
Roy C, res. 57 Francis 
William, clerk, res. 54 Pine 
William S., machinist, res. 239 Moody 
«fc Boynton (Frank E. Wells & George E. 
Boyntonj, dentists, 111 Moody 
Wendt Anna, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
Wentworth Benjamin W. (B. W. Went- 
worth & Son), painter, 3 Prospect, res. 
17 do. 
WENTWORTH B. W. & SON (Benjamin 
W. and John E.), house painters, 3 
Prospect and 692 Main (see page 19) 
Charles W., farmer, res. 45 h arnsworth 
Edith, res. 17 Prospect 
Edith A., widow of Clarence L., res. off 

Lincoln 
Edwin F., painter, res. 28 Palmer 
Frank L., engineer, F. R. R., res. 218 

Hammond 
Freedom, mgr., 708 Main, res. 722 do. 
James B., res. Dale, beyond Farnsworth 
John E. (B. W. Wentworth & Son), 

painter, 3 Prospect, res. 45 South 
Lucinda I., died Oct. 22, ]903 
West Harry, died April 15, 1904 

Herbert C, farmer, W. B. Stearns', Trap- 
elo road, near Lexington 
Margaret A., widow of Harry, res. rear 

569 Main 
Orin N., plumber, res. 118 Brown 
Westberg Charles M., tinsmith, res. 10 Cal- 
vary 
Robert J., machinist, res. 10 Calvary 
Westcott Ethel G., teacher, Bradshaw 

Stearns school, res. 73 Chestnut 
Westall James, B. Mnfg. Co., res. 20 Cres- 
cent . 
WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO. of N. Y., 
D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 Main 
(see page 26) 
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO. of TOR- 
ONTO, D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 637 
Main (see page 26) 
Western Union Telegraph Co., Waltham 

R. R. station 
Westgate Emily F. Mrs., res. 43 Wadsworth 
av. 
Stella, W. W. Co., res. 43 Wadsworth av. 
Westlaud Carl E., moulder, res. Dwight 



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Westrnan Ernest, clerk, res. 20 Adams 
Weston Alice Mrs., widow of Alfred, res. 

192 Adams 
Charles H., boarding house, 157 Crescent 
Clarence M., W. W. Co., res. 2o9y 2 Moody 
Cora B., real estate, 315 John Hancock 

bldg. (B.), res. 44 Pleasant 
Corinne, student, res. 44 Pleasant 
George C, clerk (P. O. B.), res. 99 Francis 
Henry B., W. W. Co., res. 110 Crescent 
Westwood Frank J., bookkeeper (B.), res. 21 

Fuller 
John, machinist, W. W. Co., res. 75 

Orange 
Robert J., bookkeeper (B.), res. 46 Alder 
Wetherbee Albert, W. W. Co., r. 66 Central 
Charles H., res. 66 Central 
Edwin D., engraver, 3 Winter (B.), res. 

40 Crescent 
Emeline, widow of Warren, res. 348 Cres- 
cent 
Eunice B., wid. of Elijah, res. 194 Brown 
Frank E., clerk, 181 Moody, res. 194 

Brown 
Frank W., W. W. Co., res. 357 Crescent 
Fred B., W. W. Co., res. 195 Brown 
George, res. 32 Lexington 
George M., draughtsman, res. 52 Chester 

av. 
Harry J., balance maker, W. W. Co., res. 

66 Central 
Henry, city teamster, res. 19 Yernon 
Josiah W., res. 66 Central 
Leander, carpenter, res. 32 Lexington 
Louis, clerk (B.), res. 19 Yernon 
Melissa, res. 79 Central 
^Yeymouth Eugene T., barber, 641 Main, 

res. 139 South 
Lester A., W. W. Co.. res. 57 Walnut 
Osgood, carpenter, res. 193 Weston 
Whalen Barbara, res. 97 South 

Catherine, E. H. W. Co., res. 80 Francis 

John, res. 15 Whitcomb 

John, res. 220 River 

John, W. Mnfg. Co., res. 97 South 

John F., clerk, res. 43 Exchange 

Joseph, clerk, res. 43 Exchange 

Joseph M., carpenter, res. 7 Monroe av. 

Josephine, Am. W. W. Co., res. Pond av. 

Julia A., B. Mnfg. Co., res. Pond av. 

Kate, widow of John, res. 43 Exchange 

Luke, laborer, res. 3 Macks ct. 

Marie, W. W. Co., res. 97 South 

Mary, stenographer, W. Mfg. Co., res. at 

West Newton 
Michael, clerk, 575 Main, res. Massasoit 
Patrick D., brick mason, res. 173 Newton 
Patrick S., carpenter, res. 195 Grove 
Thomas F., died Nov. 8, 1903 
see Whalon, Wbalan and Whelon 



Whalon John J., butcher, res. Thomas 
Whalon's, Pond av. 
Thomas, laborer, res. Pond av., near B. & 
M. R. R. 
Wheaton Albert D., carpenter, res. 49 Win- 
throp 
Eugenie L, res. 49 Winthrop 
Howard Y., W. C. Co., res. 84 Bacon 
Thomas G., carpenter, res. 84 Bacon 
see Wheten 
Wheelden Ralph H., clerk, 367 Moody, res. 

39 Chester av. 
Wheeler Andrew J., driver, hose No. 3, res. 
73 Robbins 
Arthur EL, res. 24 Bacon 
Charles M., laborer, W. Coal Co., Elm, 

res. 52 Harvard 
Edith M., teacher, The Banks school, res. 

24 Bauks 
Edward M., clerk (Somerville), res. 52 

Harvard 
Ethel G., W. W. Co., res. 52 Harvard 
Etta M., E. H. W. Co., res. 23 Harvard av. 
James, res. City Home, South 
Leroy E., clerk, 698 Main, res. 59 Walnut 
Marion L., teacher, Royal E. Robbins 

school, res. 24 Banks 
Nellie (Cambridgej, res. 23 Palmer 
Rachael M., widow of Everett A., res. 24 

Banks 
S. Alonzo, blacksmith, 20 Creek sq. (B.), 
res. 74 Adams 
Wheelock Austin A., res. South, nr. Roberts 
crossing 
Mabelle G., dressmaker, res. 350 Moody 
Whelan Patrick J., mason, 15 Calvary, r. do. 
Whelon Daniel M. (John H. Whelon & Son), 
painter and paper hanger, 8 and 10 
Spring, res. 87 Central 
John H. (John H. Whelon & Som, painter 
and paper hanger, 8 and 10 Spring, res. 
85 Central 
J. H. & Son (John H. and Daniel M. 

Whelon), painters, 8 and 10 Spring 
Peter J., blacksmith, res. 80 Oak 
see Whalen 
Whelple3 r Frank H., carpenter, res. 183 Dale 
Harry H., res. 183 Dale 
Maud H., W. W. Co., res. 183 Dale 
Whitney J., B. Mnfg. Co., res. 183 Dale 
William W.. W. W. Co., res. 40 Sun 
Wherren Charles F., F. R. R., res. 55 Morton 

Joseph W., carpenter, res. 55 Morton 
Wheten. see Wheaton 
Whidden George W., clerk, F. R. R. (B.), 

res. 32 Russell 
Whipple Emeline, widow of Orrin, res. 29 

Newton 
Whitand George, E. H. W. Co., res. 75 
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Wliitcomb Clifton S., civil engineer, res. 12 
Pleasant 
Ella F., res. 88 Plympton 
Ernest A., meat cutter, res. 88 Plympton 
John E., supt. Am. Watch Tool Co., res. 

12 Pleasant 
John E. Jr., draughtsman, res. 12 Pleas- 
ant 
John F., W. W. Co., res. 82 Plympton 
Lewis J., carpenter, res. 564 Main 
Susan A., res. 88 Plympton 
Theodore C, student, res. 12 Pleasant 
White Agnes, W. W. Co., res. 64 Cherry 
Alfred L., painter, res. 158 Ash 
Amade, laborer, res. 100 Felton 
Bertha, W. W. Co., res. 4 Dudley av. 
- Daniel, carpenter, res. 91 Felton 
Edith F., W. W. Co., res. 158 Ash 
WHITE EDWARD F., lathing contractor, 
2(5 Exchange, res. do. (see page 17) 
Emma H., teacher, South grammar school, 

res. 110 High 
Francis C, engineer, res. 48 Turner 
Fred, foreman, W. G. L. Co., res. 20 

Friend 
Fred H., carpenter 
Frederick D., artist, res. 327 Crescent 
George, butcher, res. 69 New Grove 
George E., watchman, res. 23 Hartwell 
Gertrude A., teacher, res. 26 Exchange 
Helen J., A. W. W. Co.. res. 23 School 
Henry, B. Mnfg. Co., res. Foundry av. 
Isaac, carpenter, res. 388 Cnarles 
James C, moved to Tarrytown, N. Y. 
James H., foreman, res. 23 School 
James J., salesman, 14 Felton, res. at 

Somerville 
James S., blacksmith, rear 26 Exchange, 

res. do. 
John A., carpenter, res. 188 Charles 
John P., B. M. R. R., res. 20 Common 
Joseph I, carpenter, res. 161 South 
Joshua, res. 158 Ash 
Lewis, blacksmith, res. 85 Taylor 
Lillian B., operator, B. M. R. R„ res. 20 

Cross 
Lydia. W. W. Co., res. 188 Ash 
Margaret L., W. W. Co., res. 26 Exchange 
Martha, W. W. Co., res. 43 High 
Mary G. Am. W. W. Co.. res. 188 Charles 
Michael. W. W. Co., res. 70 Washing- 
ton av. 
Minnie E., res. 26 Exchange 
Nellie E., W. W. Co., res. 15S Ash 
Nettie Mrs., res. 396 Moody 
Peter, laborer, res. 4 Duddy av. 
Peter, gardener, res. 4 Noonan 
Rhoda, Am. W. W. Co., res. 145 Brown 
Robert L., clerk, 708 Main, res. 37 Weston 
Sadie, W. W. Co., res. 95 Robbins 



White Samuel, carpenter-, res. 83 Cushing 
Thomas, W. B. & D. Works, res. 4 Duddy 

av. 
Thomas, gardener, res. 4 Noonan 
Thomas C, brakeman, B. & M„ res. 465 

Main 
Thomas H., driver, Am. Ex. Co., res. 23 

School 
Verna, ins. agent, res. 44 Washington av. 
see Le Blanc 
Whitehead Bridget, res. 8 Elm place 
Catherine, widow of Daniel, res. 12 ±uc- 

Kenn * 
Homer,, E. H. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent 
Howarth, wood worker, res. 1 Harvard 

a v. 
John, mule fixer, res. 12 Clinton 
John, W. W. Co., res. 208 Adams 
Theresa, res. 12 McKenn 
Whitehouse Bernard A., electrician, res. 55 
Walnut 
Blanche, W .W. Co., res. 376 Moody 
Charles H., died May 5, 1905 
Joseph Ullman, carpenter, res. 55 Walnut 
Mary Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 36 Washing- 
ton av. 
Whitford Emma M. (Chicago), res. Dale, 
cor. P»acon 
George H., res. Dale, cor. Bacon 
Whiting Eudora S. Miss, res. 21 Newton 
Homer L., W. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent 
Jasper, buckle maker, res. 63 Crescent 
Jennie A. Mrs., carpet sewer, res. 1077 

Main 
Mary S., dressmaker, 145 Crescent, res. 

do. 
Nettie B. Miss, bookkeeper, 233 Bacon, 

res. 110 School 
Phineas, produce, res. 110 School 
Whitman Marie S. Mrs., clerk, 107 Moody, 

res. 23 Walnut 
Whitmore Frank T., res. 130 Adams 
Whitney. Catherine, widow of Henry, res. 
32 Wellington 
Charles, driver, 60 Hammond, res. do. 
Charles A., draughtsman, W. W. Co., res. 

306 Lexington 
Charles G., milkman, 3 Stow, res. do. 
Charles H., res. 933 Main 
Earl I., postal clerk, res. 341 Brown 
Edward M., res. 123 Brown 
Eliza, W. W. Co., res. 28 Robbins 
Elise C, student, res. 306 Lexington 
Francis, plater. W. W. Co., res. 150 Ham- 
mond 
Frank L., receiving teller, First Nat. 

Bank (B.), res. 598 Main 
Laura E. Mrs., res. 365 Moody 
Mary B., widow of Nathan, res. 31 Wal- 
nut 



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Whitney Robert A . machinist, r. 43 Myrtle 

Thomas L., messenger, Waltham Nat. 

Bank, res. 306 Lexington 

Whittaker, Frank H., clerk, 234 Moody, 

res. 233 do. 

Herbert P., provisions, 234 Moody, res. 

230% do. 
James, manager, res. 49 Bacon 
. James, clerk, 157 Moody, res. 49 Bedford 
Whittemore Isaac S., res. 29 Church 
Whitten Charles H., W. W. Co., res. 14 
Riverview av., C. P. 
Frank E., dentist, 365 Moody, res. 14 

Riverview av. 
Clifton C, W. W. Co., res. 14 Riverview 
av. 
Whittier Emeline, widow of John A., res. 
910 Main 
Frank, motormau, res. 92 Harvard 
Fred D., W. W. Co., res. 104 Crescent 
Leona A., W. W. Co., res. 7 Chester av. 
Mattie, W. W. Co., res. 7 Walnut 
Whoolley, see Woolley 

Whorf, Lucinda W., teacher, South gram- 
mar school, res. 35 Beech 
Wiggin Harriet E., res. 418 Main 
Ozro A., artist, res. 418 Main 
S. E., res. 418 Main 
Wight Charles, bookkeeper, (B.) res. 102 
Howard 
Fred H, salesman, res. 74 School 
John A., farmer, Trapelo road, near For- 
est, res. do. 
L. B. Miss, dressmaker, 98 Chestnut, res. 
do. 
Wigmore Matthew, hostler, res. 21 Spring 
Walter L., W. W. Co., res. 36 Ash . . 
Wilbur Elmer, clerk, res. Farnswortk, cor. 

Hazel 
Wilcox Edmund P.. accountant, res. Dwight 
Fannie Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 31 Maple 
Walter B., res. 10 Wellington av. 
Willis A., boat builder, res. 56 Maple 
Wilcutt Everett S., machinist, res. 23 Pine 
Wilde Louise M., principal. The Jona. B. 
Bright school, res. 3 Harding av. 
M. S. C, draughtsman, res. 3 Harding av. 
Paul C, W. B. & D. Works, res. 3 Hard- 
ing av. 
Wilder Daniel W., res. 16 Chestnut 

Harvey W., machinist, res. 16 Chestnut 
Mary S., widow of Ambrose S., res. 118 
Chestnut 
Wildman Frank C, machinist, res. 57 Bed- 
ford 
Harriet E., violin teacher, res. 57 Bedford 
Wiley George, W. W. Co.. res. 35 Orange 
Jessie, W. W. Co., res. 79 Brown 
Katherine E.. teacher (Newtonville), res. 
2 Wellington av. 



Wiley Merritt C, W. W. Co., r. 172 Adams 
Wilkins Bert W., restaurant, 11 Pine, res. 

30 Gordon 
Frank, clerk, res. 14 Garden 
Fred D., job master, W. W. Co., res. 221 

Adams 
William G, gas titter, res. 14 Gardner 
Vera A., W. W. Co., res. 31 Cherry 
Wilkinson, Elizabeth M., clerk, 347 Moody, 

res. at Boston 
Willard Bessie J., res. 5 Alder 
Ella A. Mrs., res. 5 Alder 
Frank H, salesman, res. G. H. Willard's, 

Warren 
George B.. clerk, city treas. office, res. 

Lafayette 
George H., farmer, res. Warren, near 

Beaver 
Horace N., farmer, res. Warren, near 

Beaver 
Sadie M., res. 5 Alder 
John A., W. W. Co., res. 5 Alder 
Lettie, W. W. Co., res. 92 Brown 
Willcuttas Mrs., res. 254 Crescent 
Willey Herbert L, driver supply wagon, W. 

F. D., Moody St., res. do. 
Nelson A., restaurant, 613 

6 Park place 
Susan E., res. 77 Brown 
Williams Albert P., foreman, 

res. 278 Crescent 
Arthur G., steam titter, res. 32 Cherry 
Clara, W. W. Co.. res. 85 Brown 
Clara, housekeeper, 278 Crescent, res. do. 
Daniel W., real estate, 621 Main, room 

B, res. at Weston 
Eben J., apothecary. Main, corner Pros- 
pect, res. 75 Russell _______ 

Edna C, Horological School, res. 69 

Orange 
Elhanan J., res. 161 Brown 
Ernest A., machinist, res. 14 Gordon 
Eugenie A., W. W. Co., res. 590 Main 
Fred A., student, res. 32 Hammond 
Frederick H., florist, Beaver, res. do. 
Granville, res. Prospect House 
Harriet J., teacher, High school, res. at 

W. Somerville 
John F., res. 61 Crescent 
Lillian I., res. 23 Francis 
Lina S.. sewing teacher, public schools, 

res. 313 School 
Maggie E.. widow of Augustine Z., res. 

32 Hammond 
Mary B., nurse, res. 313 School 
Minnie Mrs., res. 278 Crescent 
Myron C, manaser. 2 Lexington, res. 68 

Church 
Robert A., watchmaker, res. 202 Brown 
Roscoe A., teamster, res. 23 Francis 



Main, res. 



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Williams Ruth P., nurse, res. 313 School 

Sae W. Mrs., res. 590 Main 
WILLIAMSBURGH CITY FIRE INS. 
CO., of N. Y., D. F. Viles & Co., agents, 
637 Main. See page 26. 
Williamson Amy F., stenographer (B.), res. 
46 Russell 
David, wheel turner, res. 46 Russell 
Edward L., provisions, res. 15% Gordon 
Fred H! A., W. W. Co., res. 188 Chestnut 
Hiram, died Nov. 22, 1903 
Jennie, wid. of Hiram, r. 188 Chestnut 
Willis Alice Hoyt Mrs., piano teacher, 29 
Cushing, res. do. 
Charles A., physician, 562 Main, res. do. 
Cyrus L., carpenter, res. 2 Highland av. 
C. L., carpenter, M. S. F. M., res. 2 High- 
land av. 
Dwight F, removed to Boston 
Frank A., clerk, res. 7 Alder 
George B., salesman (B.), res. 60 Dale 
Jesse G., E W. Co., res. 2 Highland av. 
John W., physician, 562 Main, res. do. 
Warwick P., salesman (B.), res. 60 Dale 
W. Archibald, vocal teacher, 3 Moody 
Wills Herbert L., W. W. Co., res.102 Orange 

William H, dyer, res. 162 Main 
Willson Miriam E., widow of Robert D., 

removed to Allston 
Wilner Annie Mrs., nurse, res. 25% Ash 
Wilson Alonzo M., carpenter, res. rear 38 
Prospect 
Annie L., at Am. W. W. Co., res. 16 Pros- 

pect-st. av. 
Annie, W. W. Co., res. 94 Brown 
Bentley H., engineer, B. E. R.R., res. 

Waverly Oaks rd. 
Charles B., watchman, W. W. Co., res. 

255 Crescent 
Charles L., planer, res. 25 Russell 
^ Charles E., salesman, res. 100 Orange 
Charles F., carpenter, res. 127 Charles 
Charles S., W. W. Co., res. 45 Wellington 
Edith L. Mrs., res. 4 Wellington av. 
Edmund W., student, res. 7 Leonard 
Elizabeth Mrs., W. W. Co., res. 308 Cres- 
cent 
Ethel, W. W. Co., res. 188 Brown 
Edwin S., at E. H. W. Co., res. 99 Russell 
Florence L., teacher, public schools, res. 

255 Ci'escent 
Fred W., advertising agt, res. Waverly 

Oaks rd. 
Fronie C. Mrs., res. 100 Orange 
George A., res. 19 Water 
George O., sawyer, res. 127 Brown 
Jeannette B., teacher, High School, res. 

255 Crescent 
John, carpenter, 50 Felton, res. 16 Pros- 
pect-st. av. 



Wilson Lottie, W. W. Co., res. 25 Bacon 
Mabel E., milliner, 255 Crescent, res. do. 
Mary Miss, res. 16 High 
Mary A. Mrs., res. Ill Chestnut 
May Miss, W. W. Co., res. 153 Ash 
Miriam E. Mrs., res. 46 Vernon 
Miriam B., res. 46 Vernon 
Nellie M., W. W. Co., res. 100 Orange 
Wilson Sadie A., waitress, res. Park pi. 
Sarah L., res. 189 River 
Thomas S., undertaker, 27 Elm, res. 7 

Dartmouth 
William, carpenter, res. 7 Leonard 
William M., carpenter, res. 16 Prospect- 

st. av. 
See Willson 
Winard Aleck, W. W. Co., res. 52 Bedford 
Winch Lillian A., operator, res. 35 Moore 
35 Moore 
Margaret L. Mrs., res. 35 Moore . 

Wing Ernest R., salesman (B.), res. 49 
Cherry 
Frank C., res. 2 Norumbega ter. 
Henry, res. 10 Alder 
Marion R., W. W. Co., res. 209 Ash 
Wallace L., W. W. Co., res. 10 Alder 
Winkley Frank H., clerk, res. 54 Washing- 
ton av. 
John H, clerk, 161 Moody, res. 12 Hall 
Winn Charles P., W. W. Co., res. 322 Cres- 
cent 
Effie K., W. W. Co., res. 322 Crescent 
George P., W. W. Co., res. 197 Brown 
Jennie M., W. W. Co., res. 322 Crescent • 
Millie P., widow of James O., res. 322 

Crescent 
Ollie, res. 322 Crescent 
Orrin S., bookkeeper (B.), res. 322 Cres- 
cent 
Wilzig Alinira E., music teacher, 111 Chest- 
nut, res. do. 
George E., res. Ill Chestnut 
H. J. Mrs., res. 3 Maple ter. 
John S., engineer, F. R. R., res. 225 South 
Winslow Bernard E.. bookkeeper, res. 42 

Adams 
Winsor George H., res. 43 High 

Richard A., W. W. Co., res. 210 Ash 
Winter Frank, E. H. W. Co., res. 75 Adams 
Winterhaulter William, W. W. Co., res. 46 

Chester av. 
Wiseman Frank A., W. W. Co., res. 4 Adams 
Withrow Jacob, hostler, Wellington's stable 
Wodtke Frank A., 582 Main, res. 16 Gordon 
Wolf Charles H., res. 404 Moody 

Harry, shoe repairer, 85% Moody, res. 181 

Newton 
Johanna M., widow of Henry, res. 404 
Moody 
Wolfe Albert E., W. W. Co., res. 51 Brown 



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Wolfe William G., W. W. Co., r. 98 Orange 
Wolfdenen David, W. B. & D. Works, res. 

234 Calvary 
Wolfley Oscar, W. W. Co., res. 33 Orange 
Wolk Aaron, grocer, res. Felton, cor. Wil- 
liams 
Wong Charlie B., laundry, 217 Moody, i\ do. 

W. S., laundry, 343 Moody 
Wood Amanda R., teacher painting, res. 
Maple 
Elvira K., widow of George W., res.Maple 
George W., carpenter, res. Lunda * 
Gleason, foreman, W. W. Co., res. 87 

Maple 
Henry A., physician, 751 Main, res. 755 do. 
James P., bookkeeper, res. 99 Pine 
Jeanette, W. W. Co., res. 70 Hall 
Lewis, W. W. Co., res. 149 Robbins 
Robert P., res. 91 Chestnut 
William P., A. M. W. C. Co., res. 32 Pros- 

pect-st. av. 
William R., W. W. Co., res. 295 Crescent 
See Woods 
Woodard Mary Mrs., res. 59 Pine 
Woodbury Arthur A., salesman, res. 153 
Chestnut 
Frank H., driver, res. Bear Hill av., near 

Main 
John B.. clerk, 709 Main, res. Mt. Pleasant 
Wbodin Charles M., Automatic Fan Co., 

res. 105 Central 
Woodland William, iceman, res. 109 Pond 

William A., driver, res. 109 Pond 
W r oodman Charles W., teamster, res. 25 
Spruce 
Margretta A. Mrs., res. 25 Spruce 
Woodward Frank E., coachman, Mrs. W. E. 
Bright, res. 369 Main 
Harry B., removed to Watertown 
Mary Mi's., res. 59 Pine 
Woodworth Gladys, W. W. Co., res. 73 
Taylor 
Lewis W., machinist, res. 51 Chester av. 
Woolley Charles A., W. W. Co., res. 94 

Adams 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, books, stationery, 
wall paper, leather goods, etc., 692 
Main, res. 16 Park pi. (see line front 
cover) 
James, clerk, res. 16 Charles-st. av. 
Julia M.i at Am. W. W. Co., res. 16 

Charles-st. av. 
Levi, W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
William H., farmer, res. Winter 
Woolsack Edward E., carriage painter, res. 

25 Bedford 
Worcester Alfred, physician, 751 Main, res. 
Bacon, cor. Greenwood av. 
Arthur, civil engineer, res. Benj. Worces- 
ter's, Worcester lane 



Worcester Benjamin Rev., principal, W. N. 
C. school, res. Worcester lane 
Bertha M., W. W. Co., res. 136 Brown 
Edward, clerk, 155 Moody, res. 122 Adams 
Delia H. Mrs., res. 122 Adams 
Eben P., carpenter, res. 16 Woerd av. 
Edward, physician, 7 Moody, res. do. 
Frank P., res. Bullard House 
Joseph R., consulting engineer (53 State, 

B.), res. Greenwood av. 
Martha Miss, res. Worcester lane, off 

Greenwood av. 
Mary Miss, res, Worcester lane, off 
Greenwood av. 
WORCESTER MUT. FIRE INS. CO., D. F.' 
Tiles & Co., agents, 637 Main (see p. 26) 
Ralph H., machinist, res. 16 Woerd av. 
T. Leonard, W. W. Co., res. 122 Adams 
Worley John, jewel maker, 11 Brown, res. 

do. 
Wormwood Albert F., driver, 249 School,, 
res. 910 Main 
Alice M., teacher, res. 33 Walnut 
Frank W., salesman, res. 33 Floyd 
Sarah A., res. 31 Walnut 
W. G. Mrs., res. 33 Walnut 
Worthen Charles F., salesman, 20 Felton, 
res. 41 Leonard 
Charles W., died Oct. 15, 1904 
Merle R., clerk, res. 41 Leonard 
Worthington Orrin S., carpenter, res. 93 

Hish 
Wotton Dalton W., W. W. Co., res. 80 Lex- 
ington 
Wrenn Elizabeth A., res. 285 Crescent 
Wright Albert M., W. W. Co., res. 94 Adams 
WRIGHT ALONZO D., architect (40 State, 
room 53, B.), res. 141 Weston (see p.40) 
Carl W., clerk (B.), res. 237 Ash 
Charles E., W. W. Co., res. 237 Ash 
Charles R. & Co., provisions, 611 Main, 

res. 5 Bemis av. 
Elizabeth P., student, res. Greenwood av. 
WRIGHT FRANK T., blacksmith, horse- 
shoer and carriage manufacturer, 207 
Lexington, res. Greenwood av. (see 
page 18) 
George A., driver, J. J. S. Peterson, River- 
view pi., res. do. 
George H, clerk, 366 Moody, res. 73 Gard- 
ner 
George R., res. 40 Common 
George R., produce, res. 33 Spring 
George S., W. W. Co., res. 190 Ash 
Herbert C., W. W. Co., res. 4 Adams 
Howard, W. W. Co., res. 117 Alder 
James, lather, res. 244 Ash 
Jessie, W. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent' 
John H, second-hand furniture, 691 Main, 
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Wright J. Erbine, W. W. Co., r. 150 Brown 
Lyruan B., paper hanger, res. 574 Main 
Marie, W. W. Co., res. 279 Crescent 
Mary F., dressmaker, res. 5 Summit 
Minnie A., milliner, res. 574 Main 
William H.,expressman, res. 42 Lexington 
Willis L., J.L.T.Mfg. Co., r. 184 Chestnut 
Wroe John W., baggagemaster, r. 31 Francis 
Wyatt Marcus P., died Oct. 9, 1904 
Wyman Alice A., dressmaker, 7 Wellington 
av., res. do. 
Caroline T., widow of William, res. 7 Wel- 
lington av. 
Florence, W. W. Co., res. 10 Gardner 
Forester S., W. W. Co., res. 15 Craft 
George S., res. 8 Martyn, C. P. 
George W., machinist, res. 10 Gardner 
Harry, W. W. Co., res. 49 Bobbins 
Jennie, res. 8 Martyn, C. P. 
John H., res. 6 Brown av. 
John W., W. W. Co., res. 85 Orange 
Lilla M., W. W. Co., res. 49 Bobbins 
Lillias L., widow of Beuben, res. Winter, 

cor. West 
Lulu J., W. W. Co., res. 49 Bobbins 
Maggie, W. W. Co., res. 56 Ash 
Bodney H., janitor, Stearns school, res. 

49 Bobbins 
Silas B., watchman, W. W. Co., res. 8 
Martyn, C. P. 
Wynne Thomas J., asst. job master, res. 12 

Townsend ter. 
Wynot Edna P., W. W. Co., res. 97 Bussell 
Joshua Mrs., res. 97 Bussell 
Ella L., W. W. Co., res. 97 Bussell 

YATES ALICE, W. W. Co., res. Crescent 
Henry, B. Mfg. Co., res. 84 Harvard 

YE AW FEED L. (Piety Corner Conserva- 
tories), Worcester lane, res. 10 Park pi. 
(see page 46) 

Yeo Susan, W. W. Co., res. 107 Adams 

Yetten Carroll B., res. 206 Lowell 

Herbert B., W. W. Co., res. 206 Lowell 

YETTEN JASPEB IL, prop. The Gibbs 
Express Co., 106 Moody, 14 and 15 Dev- 
onshire, 29 Washington, 15 and 36 Mer- 
chants' Bow, 105 Arch, 77 Kingston, 89 
Broad, 16 Union, Boston), res. Hall pi. 
(see page 31) 



Yickson George, machinist, res. 23 Ash 
Yonson William, driver, res. 5 Union 
York Abbie C, res. 501 Main 
Aura, W. W. Co., res. 65 Ash 
Lizzie, Am. W. W. Co., res. 99 Ash 
Martha B., res. 501 Main 
Youatt John C, hostler, B. T. Paine, Beaver, 

res. 20 Church 
Young A. Mabel, W. W. Co., res. 141 Ash 
Charles F., clerk, res. 519 Main 
Christie L., W. W. Co., res. 117 Myrtle 
Ernest, machinist, res. 147 Bobbins 
Edward J. Bev., D. D., res. 519 Main 
Edward M., job master, W. W. Co., res. 

21 Adams 
George F., driver, 1295 Main. res. do. 
Helen D. Mrs., artist, res. 21 Adams 
Helen J. Mrs., musician, res. 21 Adams 
Herbert E., clerk, res. 519 Main 
Maud E., teacher, res. 21 Adams 
Men's Association, 690 Main 
Milton I., Waltham Mercantile Co., 345 

Moody, res. 112 Brown 
Minnie G., W. W. Co., res. 257 Crescent 
Oscar S„ E. H. W. Co., res. 266 Moody 
Phoebe E., res. 266 Moody 
Bobert T., died Sept. 14, 1901 
Simon F.. grocer, 115 Ash, res. 141 do. 
Stillman K., carpenter and builder, 27 

Walnut, res. do. 
Tamzin S., widow of Joshua, res. 257 

Crescent 
Women's Christian Association, 137% 
Moody, room 4 
Youngman William B., W. W. Co., res. 31 

Spruce 
YOUNGSTBOM ALFBED J., painter, 22 
Middle, res. 145 Charles (see page 17) 
Swen, painter, res. 145 Charles 



ZANCHE DELLA, clerk, res. 341 Moody 

Elma, W. W. Co., res. 341 Moody 
Zelinetesky Beubin, baker, Main, res. 134 

Charles 
Zimmer George J., res. Bidgewood ter., B.S. 
Zink John E., machinist, 5 Fountain 
Zirhut John, W. W. Co., res. 118 Bobbins 
Zobel Albertina. W. W. Co., res. 154 Ash 
Zwicker Alice O., nurse, 716 Main, res. do. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OF 

WALTHAM 

Containing Alphabetically Arranged Lists of all the 

Trades, Professions and Pursuits in the City 

of Waltham for the Year 1905. 



Agricultural Implements 

TAYLOR & PERCIYAL, 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Apothecaries 

BACON & SAWYER, PHARMACY, 165 

Moody (see page 9) 
Butman Elmer E., 187 Moody 
Gleason Patrick S., 112 Pine 
Glynn & Kelly, 705 Main 
HALL & LYON CO., 117 Moody and Provi- 
• dence, R. I., and Worcester, Mass., (see 
front cover) 
Halleran M. L., 212 Newton 
Jennison Elmer E., 208 Moody 
Johnson Horace I., 617 Main 
Kingsley John J., 221 Felton 
Newton St. Pharmacy. 212 Newton 
Red Cross Pharmacy, 367 Moody 
Reed Ellsworth B., 665 Main 
Sawyer Chester E., 367 Moody 
Scribner Henry H, 208 Moody 
Smith E. M., Lawrence buildng, 677 Main 
Williams Eben J., Main, cor. Prospect 

Appraiser 

BERGIN MICHAEL, 23 Common (see p. 10) 

Arc Lights 

BARNES FRANK L., 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury Bldg., B.) (see under Tremont 
Theatre diagram) ■■ 

Architects 

GLANCY ROBERT E., 53 Cushing (see opp. 

Lumber Dealers) 
HARTWELL, RICHARDSON & DRIVER 

(62 Devonshire, B.) 
Strout, Geo. E., 39 Fiske 
WRIGHT ALONZO D., 341 Weston and (40 

State, r. 53, B.) (see page 40) 



Art Embroidery 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 
Moody (see page 24) 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

* Artists 

Barnes G. Foster, 25 Harvard 
Barnes Hiram P., 20 School 
Bennett Robert G, 14 Benefit 
Green Lillian, 7*2 Hall 
Gregg Jennie W., 8 Fiske 
Webster, W. A., Ill Moody 
Young Helen D. Mrs., 21 Adams 

Asphalt Floors 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Auctioneers 

Beatty James, 61 Prospect 

BERGIN MICHAEL. 23 Common (see p. 10) 

Gilson Peter E., 567 Main 

Ryan Albert M., 19 Hammond 

TOLMAN BRADSHAW S., 621 Main (see 

page 11) 
TOLMAN JOHN A., 621 Main 
WALKER E. A., 637 Main (see page 10) 

Automobiles 

Waltham Mfg. Co., Rnmford av, C. P. 
Watch City Automobile Co., 582 Main 



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Automobile Trimmers 

GANNON JOHN A., 390 Main (see page 18) 

Automobile Painting 

FLAGG GEO. A. & CO., Music Hall av. 
(see page 19) 

Awnings 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234-240 State, 
B. (see page opp. Colonial Theatre dia.) 

Babbit Metal 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71 and 73 
Felton (see page 4) 

Baby Carriages and Go-Carts 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE, 
HOUSE, 596 Main (see back cover) 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 
(see page 70) 

GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 

Bakers 

Clancy Michael J., 181 Newton 

Cortaett & Laforet, 73 Charles 

Doherty W. F. & Co., 32 Oak 

Edwardson D. & Co., 218 Moody 

HATHA WAY'S BAKERY. C. H. Saunders, 

manager, 769 Main (see page 23) 
MACKINLAY SAMUEL, 221 Moody (see 

page 13) 
MACKINLAY'S HIGH CLASS BAKERY, 

221 Moody (see page 13) 
Mahoney Thomas H.. 188 School 
Munster Charlotte Mrs., 13 Elm 
Schilling David, 355 Moody 
Smart Alfred C, 583 Main 
Vander Woerd N. L. Mrs., 895 Main 
Walnut St. Bakery, 13 Walnut 

Bands 

American Waltham Watch Co. Band. 103 
Moody 

Banks 

WALTHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 637 

Main, room 3 (see page 26) 
WALTHAM NATIONAL BANK, Chas. H. 

Moulton, pres., Joseph F. Gitabs, cashier, 

637 Main (see page 26) 
WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK, Enos T. 

Luce, pres., C. F. Stone, treas., 702 
■ Main (see page 26) 
WALTHAM TRUST CO., Moody (see p. 4) 

Baseball Goods 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see page 5) 
TOWNE W. N., 149 Moody (see front cover) 



Bath Room and Bathing House 

Free Public Bath House, Moody, south end 
of the bridge 

Bedding 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
HOUSE, 596 Main (see back cover) 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 
(see page 70) 

GRAVES P. H. & Son, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 

Bench Lathes 

WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS. Newton, 
cor. Cutter (see page 30) 

Bicycle Repairing 

Potter & Stainforth, 222 Moody 
Robiuson Henry W., 8 Crescent 
Stewart S. A., rear 85 Hall 

Bicycles, Findings, Etc. 

Potter & Stainforth, 222 Moody 
Robinson Henry W., 8 Crescent 
Shakespeare William, 11 Pine 
Stewart S. A., rear 85 Hall 

Billiards and Pool 

RATTO G., 19 Lexington (see page 13) 
Shepardson, Edgar D., 150 Moody 

Biscuit Manufacturers 

HATHA WAY'S BAKERY, C. H. Saunders, 
mngr, 769 Main (see page 23) 

Blacksmiths 

(See Horseshoers.) 

Burke Thomas A., 870 Main 
Conners Joseph P., 166% Moody 
Evans Thomas. 7 to n Water 
GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 
Ham Melvin J., 17 Heard 
Helm Fred G., 216 Moody 
Larkin Patrick, 27 Common 
Lawless & Crocker, rear 699 Main 
LIDSTONE S. S., 400 Main (see page 18) 
On- & Hoyt, Harvard, cor. Charles 
'White James S., 26 Exchange 
WRIGHT FRANK T., 207 Lexington (see 
page 18) 

Blank Books 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., (109 Main (see p. 5) 
TOWNE WARREN N„ 149 Moody (see 

front cover) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

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Bleachery and Dye Works 

Waltham Bleachery and Dye Works, River 
opp. Willow 

Boarding Houses 

Adams House, 94 Adams 

Central House, Mrs. M. McTernan, prop., 

743 Main 
Dunfee Emma, 25 Maple. 
Hooton Thomas A., 138 Crescent 
Langley J. W., 409 River 
Martin House, F. F. Martin, prop., 20 and 

22 Brown 
Maxfield Lucy A., 240 Crescent 
Morse Annie A. Mrs. (lodging), 80 Adams. 
Pinney E. S., 365 River 
Sibley Mary W., 8 Adams 
Walsh Robert R., 283 River 
Weston Charles H., 157 Crescent 

Boat Builders 

(See Canoe Builders.) 
Arnold H. B., 299 Crescent 
NUTTING CHARLES P. & CO., Prospect 

st. bridge (see page 23) 
WALTHAM BOAT AND CANOE CO., Jas. 

G. Burgin, propt., office and factory, 

Woerd av. (see page 23) 

Boats For Sale and To Let 

Arnold Herbert B., 299 Crescent 
NUTTING CHARLES P. «& CO., Prospect 

st. bridge (see page 23) 
WALTHAM BOAT AND CANOE CO., Jas. 

G. Burgin, prop., office and factory, 

st. bridge (see page 23) 

Boilers Tested 

HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 

Books and Stationery 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 

Morgan Wm. H., 29 Moody 

TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see 

front cover) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 

Boot and Shoe Findings 

TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see front 
cover) 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Repairers 

Burke John E., 117 Charles. 
Colburn E. T.. 186 Prospect 
Cohen Samuel I., 204 Newton 
Dorman C. P., 4 Prospect 



BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS AND 
REPAIRERS— (Continued) 

Durkin John, 76 Adams 

Farnsworth Henry A., 125 Moody 

Fitzpatrick Edward, 11 Elm 

Helman Samuel, 8 Elm 

HUTMACHER & HEMLER, 181 Moody 

(see page 12) 
Kaplan Abe, 7 Church 
MacDonald Duncan, 146 Moody 
Mackenzie Alexander C, 180 Moody 
Madden :?. J., 657 Main 
Milesky Henry, 7 Lexington 
Murtha Michael, 24 Charles. 
Regan Isaac, 165 Prospect 
Sagal Samuel, 7 Felton 
Tocman Harry, 343 B. Moody 
Vickerson George O., 357 Moody 
WARREN ISAAC & SON, 647 Main (see 

page 12) 
WAEKEK RUFLS & SONS, 9 Moody (see 

page 40) 
Wolf Harry, 85Vs Moody 

Boot and Shoe Rivets, Studs and 

Buckles 

Thomson Judson L. Mnfg. Co., off South 

Boots and Shoes 

Boston Sample Shoe Store, 104 Moody 
Farnsworth Henry A., 125 Moody 
HUTMACHER & HEMLER, 181 Moody (see 

page 12) 
Madden Bernard J.. 657 Main 
Murtha Michael, 24 Charles 
Simard E. P., 600 Main 
Thing S. B. & Co., 25 Moody 
TOWNE W. N., 149 Moody (see front cover) 
WARREN ISAAC & SON, 647 Main (see 

page 12) 
WARREN RUFUS & SONS, 9 Moody (see 

page 40) 

Boots Shined 

RATTO G., 19 Lexington (see page 13) 

Bowling 

Hackett William J., 341 Moody 
Sullivan Timothy, 13 Crescent 

Box Manufacturers 
American Crayon Co.. 12 Felton 
Brass Founders 
WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71 and 73 
Felton (see page 4) 

Bread Store 

(Wholesale) 

HATHAWAY'S BAKERY, 769 Main (see 
page 23) 



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Bricks 

Frost G. Frank, 35 Moody 
WALTHAM COAL CO.. 663 Main, yard and 
elevator New Elm (see front coven 

Broken Stone 

WALTHAM TRAP ROCK CO., 593 Main 
(see page 15) 

Broker 

(Pawn) 

Central Loan Office, O. H. Humphrey, prop., 
103 Moody 

Brokers 

(Real Estate and Mortgages i 
TOLMAN B. S., 621 Main, room B. (see 
page Hi 

Brokers 

(Insurance) 
JOHNSON WILLIAM H, 661 Main and 211 
Moody (see pages 11 and M> A 

Broom Manufacturers 
Pendergast John A.. 1 Whitney av. 

Brushes 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12 1 

Brushes, Combs, Etc. 
BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 

Builders' Finish 
GALE GEO. W. LUMBER CO., 640 Main, 

Cambridge (see front cover) 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE) (166 

Devonshire, B.) (see page 32) 

Builders' Supplies 

HIGGINS J. A.. Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 
(see page 12) 

Building Movers 

Ellis Martin, 19 Exchange 

Butter, Cheese and Eggs 

BRUNSWICK GROCERY & PROVISION 
CO., 315 Moody (see page 21) 

Elgin Creamery Co., 37 Moody 

Johnston Bros., 152 Moody 

JUSTASON G. E., 16 Lexington (see p. 22 1 

Kennedy & Co., 105 Moody 

KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE), 347 
Moody (see front coven 

SWAN C. H. & CO., 189 Moody (see p. 13) 

Candy Manufacturers 

(See Confectioners.) 
WALTHAM'S CONFECTIONER, J. H. 
Lewis, 205 Moody (see page 13) 



Canned Goods 

BRUNSWICK GROCERY & PROVISION 

CO., 315 Moody (see page 21) 
JUSTASON G. E.. 16 Lexington (see p. 22) 
KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE) 347 

Moody (see front cover) 
SWAN C. H. & CO.. 189 Moody (see p. 13) 

Canoe Builders 

Arnold H. B.. 299 Crescent 

NUTTING CHARLES P. & CO., Prospect 

St. bridge (see page 23) 
WALTHAM BOAT AND CANOE CO., .las. 

G. Burgin, prompt., office and factory, 

Woerd av. (see page 23) 

Carpenters and Builders 

Beardsley Heber D., 3 Stratton terrace 

Brown James B., 541 Main 

BULL EDWARD H, 15 High (see page 16) 

Carey George W.. 34 Bacon 

Cole Arthur L., 94 Brown 

DAWSON GEORGE, Music Hall av. (see 

page 16) 
Forster Bros., rear 136 Willow 
Furbush Frank E.. Murray 
GEOFFRION LOUIS J., 100 Bacon (see 

page 17) 
Gillispie James C. 19 Plympton 
GLANCY ROBERT E.. 53 Cushing (see opp. 

Lumber Dealers) 
Gragg Herbert M.. S02 Main 
Handrahan John. 39 Common 
Heasley John W.. 46 Cedar 
HOWE WILLIAM C, 197y 2 Moody (see 

page 16) 
KIMBALL CHARLES L.. 46 Spruce (see 

page 16) 
LORD RUFUS E., 211 Hammond and (40 

State, B.) (see page 15) 
Lyons William. 105 Plympton 
Moran John E., 14 Hammond 
Rose Norman J., Lexington, opp. Police 

Station 
Sanderson Horace A.. 76 Russell 
Washburn W. G, 729 Main 
Webster R. F.. 26 Hiffh 
Young S. K.. 27 Walnut 

Carpenters' Tools 
DWINELL CHARLES H, 707 Main (see 

front cover) 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3.) 

Carpet Sweepers 
CLARKSONS LOW PRICE FURNITURE 

HOUSE, 596 Main (see back cover) 
HIGGINS J. A.. 679 Main (see page 12) 



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Carpets 

EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see 

page 12) 
WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120-124 Moody and 1-5 Pine 
(see page 25) 

Carriage Dealers 
KING & KELLEY, 821 Main (see page 14) 

Carriage Manufacturers 
Evans Thomas, 7 Water 
KING & KELLEY, 821 Main (see page 14) 
Mullen James, Music Hall av. 
Orr & Hoyt, Harvard cor. Charles 
WRIGHT FRANK T., 207 Lexington (see 
page 18) 

Carriage Repairing 

KING & KELLEY, 821 Main (see page 14) 
Evans Thomas, 7 Water 
Mullen James, Music Hall av. 
Orr & Hoyt, Harvard, cor. Charles. 
WRIGHT FRANK T., 207 Lexington (see 
page 18) 

Carriagesmiths 
Evans Thomas, 7 Water 
KING & KELLEY, 821 Main (see page 14) 
Lawless & Crocker, rear 699 Main 
Mullen James, Music Hall av. 
Orr & Hoyt, Harvard, cor. Charles. 

Carriage Trimmers 

Donovan Jeremiah A., 57 Harvard 
GANNON JOHN A.. 390 Main ,see page 18) 
Hayes Arthur D., 733 Main 

Castings 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., (iron, brass 
and composition), 71 and 73 Felton (see 
page 4) 

Caterers 

FARMER JOSEPHINE E., 101 Moody 
LEWIS J. H., 205 Moody (see page 13) 
ROSS S. J., 40 Spruce (see page 13) 

Ceilings Tinted and Whitened 

JOHNSON WILLIAM H, 211 Moody (see 

page 17) 
TRAINOR BROS., 703 Main (see Park 
Theatre diagram) 

Cellar Cementing and Granolithic 
Work 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION (166 
Devonshire, B.) (see back colored page) 



Cellar Excavating 
MALOY P. <fc SON, 87 Bacon (see page 31) 

Cement (Leather) 

TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see front 
cover) 

Chemical Manufacturers 
Atlas Chemical Co., 224 to 240 Calvary 

Chimney Caps 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see page opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Chiropodists 

Clark Charles W. Mrs., 110 School 
JENKINS ELIZABETH F. MRS., 137% 
Moody (see page 9) 

Christian Association 

Young Women's Christian Association, 137^ 
Moody 

Chronometer Makers' Tools 

STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 
page 7) 

Chucks and Watch Lathes (Patented) 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO.. Elm, opp. 

Benefit (see page 6) 
STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 

page 7) 

Church Organ Manufacturer 

Walthani Church Organ Factory, Emory W. 
Lane, proprietor, 1041 Main 

Cigar Manufacturers 

Buckley John W., 35 Moody 
McCarthy John J., 13iy 2 Moody 
Strauch Andrew, 667 Main 

Cigars and Tobacco 

Buckley John W., 35 Moody 

HALL & LYON CO., 117 Moody (see front 

cover) 
McCarthy John J., lSV/ 2 Moody 
McWain Charles W., 612 Main 
RATTO G., 19 Lexington (see page 13) 
Strauch Andrew, 667 Main 

Circulating Library 

TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see front 
cover) 



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Civil Engineers and Surveyors 

Brewer Bertram, 3 Moody, room 53 
MASON W. A. & SON, 631 Mass. av., Cam- 
bridgeport (see back colored page) 

Clairvoyant 
Kimball Sarah A. Mrs., 3 Moody 

Clergymen 

Brosuahan Timothy (Catholic), 133 School 
Daley John A. (Catholic), 133 School 
Dyas W. H. (Beth Eden Bap.), 152 Bobbins 
Foley Peter J. (Catholic), 133 School 
Greene Roscoe (M. E.), 125 Ash 
Grenier Pierre H. (French Catholic), 43 Cen- 
tral 
Grenl Frederick B. (Baptist), 22 Spruce 
Harrington Charles E. (Congregational), 16 

Harvard 
Langton J. F. (Presbyterian), 223 Brown 
Murray Robert, 85 Crescent 
Peterson Erick J. (Lutheran), 111 Charles 
Place Charles A. (Unitarian), 90 Church 
Reeve F. A. (Episcopal), 11 High 
Regan David F. (Catholic). 133 School 
Staples Levi W. ( M. E.). 686 Maiu 
Taylor Frederick A. (Universalist), 9 Fiske 
Wagner Jesse (Emanuel M. E.j. 122 Brown 
Webster Francis E. (Episcopal), 25 Bacon. 
Young Edward J. (Congregational Unita- 
rian), 519 Main 

Cloaks 

ADAMS P. P.. 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO.. C. S. Cobb, 
prop., 307 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 

Clock Manufacturers 

WALTHAM CLOCK CO., William C. Henry, 
treasurer and manager, 218% Moody 
(see back coven 

Clocks and Repairs 

Houghton C. J., 4 Moody 
JOHXSON ROBERT B..' 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis St. Theatre diagram) 

Clothes Cleaned and Repaired 

GREENBERG ABE. 236 Moody (see p. 24; 

Levine Israel, 228 Moody 

SANDERS S., 126 Moody (see page Si 

Clothes Wringers 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 

Clothing 

(See also Tailors.) 
Atwood F. W.. 351 Moody 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 
Moody (see page 24) 



CLOTHING— (Continued) 

DENNISON L. O., 694 Main (see page 25) 

Frost George M., 27 Moody, room 2 

KELLY GEO. 1. & CO.. 143 Moody (see 
page 25't 

Lanagan Patrick J., 669 Maiu 

Milton George A., 155 Moody 

Murphy J- W. & Co., 26 Moody 

WALTHAM HABERDASHERS & HAT- 
TERS. 659 Main (see front coven 

WALTHAM SUPPLY CO., 122 Moody 

Coal Tar Products 

NATIONAL COAL TAR CO. (297 Franklin, 
B.) (see back cover) 

Coal and Wood 
CARNEY J. COAL CO., 70 Calvery (see 

page 70) 
Eddy C. F. Co., 149 Moody 
Frost G. Frank, 33 and 35 Moody 
KEEFE F. M., Lexington (see page 9) 
McGlinchey James A. ,174 School and 26 

Moody 
NEW ENGLAND COAL CO., Pryor Fulton, 

prop., Newton, opp. R. R. station, 179 

Moody and 609 Main (see back cover) 
Navien Michael, Navien's lane 
WALTHAM COAL CO.. office 603 Main, 

yard New Elm, near the bridge, F. P. 

Rutter, pres. and manager (see front 

cover) 
WATCH CITY ICE AND FUEL CO., F. A. 

Brown & Co.. props.. 101 River (see 

page 14) 

Coffees and Teas 
Grand Union Tea Co., 91 Moody 
Coffins and Caskets 

BERGTX MICHAEL. 23 Common (see p. 10) 
COOLTDGE & STRAUCH. 200 Moody (see 

page 70) 
GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 70S Main 

(see page 70) 
SPOONER & CLARK, 158 Moody (see p. 70) 

Coke 
WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., 684 Main 
(see page 5) 

Collectors 
BERGIN MICHAEL. 23 Common (see p. 10> 
Brown John II., 661 Main 
DOLBER GEORGE E.. 692 Main 
Lynch M. H, 55 School 

Columns 
LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.), 
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211 



Commercial Schools 
COMMERCIAL SCHOOL (W. H. Mellor, 

prin.), 12 Moody 
WALTHAM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

(THE), Waltham Trust Co.'s bldg. (see 

page 24) 

Commissioner of Deeds 

JOHNSON B. B., 45 Pond (see page 44) 

Concrete Paver 

Hays C. F., 1 Smith court 
Totteu Leslie C, 18 Fiske 

Concrete Walks and Driveways 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 16G 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored page) 

Conductors and Gutters 

HYNES JOHN H. & CO., 43 Cedar (iron 

and copper), (see page 18) 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE) (166 

Devonshire, B.) (see page 32) 
TAYLOR & PERCIYAL, 154 Moody (metal) 

(see page 3) 

Confectioners 

FARMER J. E., 101 Moody 
Grimes George D., 43 Moody 
HATHAWAY' S BAKERY, 769 Main (see 

page 23) 
Jennings Michael E., 27 School 
LEWIS J. H, 205 Moody (see page 13) 
Monyeos Peter, 649 Main 
Peters D., 5 Moody 
Peters & Co., 5 Moody 
Pardue Christiana B., 358% Moody 
WALTHAMS CONFECTIONER, J. H. 

Lewis, 205 Moody (Banner Brand) (see 

page 13) 

Confectionery and Fruit 

(See Fruit) 
Cafarella N. G, Main, cor. Moody 
Gove Henry M., 175 Moody 
HATHAWAYS BAKERY, 769 Main (see 

page 23; 
LEWIS J. H, 205 Moody (see page 13) 

Contractors 

BULL EDWARD H., 15 High (see page 16) 

Caughey George H, Winter 

COOLIDGE JOHN J.. 42 Lexington (see 
back coven 

DAWSON GEORGE, Music Hall av. (see 
page 16 1 

GLANCY R. E., 53 Cushing (see opp. Lum- 
ber Dealers) 



CONTRACTORS.— (Continued) 

Glynn Jeremiah, 129 Felton 

Hussey John H, 28 Clinton 

KIMBALL CHAS. L., 46 Spruce (see p. 16) 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.), 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Leavy James F., Francis 

Leonard M. C, 39 Floyd 

LORD RUFUS E., 211 Hammond and (40 
State, rm. 32, B.) (see page 15) 

MALOY P. & SON, 87 Bacon (see page 31) 

McCusker Frank W... 215 Newton 

McCusker. John H., 62 Church 

Tolman John E., 298 Moody 

Contractors and Builders 
BULL EDWARD H., 15 High (see page 16) 
DAWSON GEORGE, Music Hall av. (see 

page 16) 
GEOFFRION LOUIS J., 100 Bacon (see 

page 17) 
GLANCY ROBERT E., 53 Cushing (see page 

opp. Lumber Dealers i 
HOWE W. C, 197i/> Moody (see page 16) 
KIMBALL CHARLES L., 46 Spruce (see 

page 16) 
LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver - 

Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 

(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 
LORD RUFUS E., 211 Hammond and (40 

State, B.) (see page 15) 
Sanderson Horace A., 76 Russell 
Young S. K., 27 Walnut 

Contractors' Picks and Roller Picks 

GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 

Conveyancers 

ACTON AMY F., 58 Adams and (548 Tre- 
mont bldg., B.) (see page 42) 

Corsets 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 
prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 

Cotton Cloth 

Boston Manufacturing Co.. oft" Moody, near 

the bridge 
Waltham Bleachery and Dye Works. River, 

opp Willow 

Cotton Duck 
BATCHELDER C. H. & CO. (234 to 240 
State (B.) (see opp. Colonial Theatre 
diagram) 

Crackers 

(Wholesale) 
HATHAWAY' S BAKERY, C. H. Saunders, 
manager, 769 Main (see page 23) 



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Crayon Manufacturers 

American Crayon Co. (chalk), 12 Felton 

Crockery and Glassware 

Fiel George A., 203 Moody 

GRAVIS P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see 

page 12) 
Hunt C. F., 719 Main 

Cut Flowers 

GEER E. A. MRS., 98 Chestnut (see back 

cover) 
GOINSALVOS ROBERT I,., 98 Chestnut 

(see back cover) 
PIETY CORNER CONSERVATORIES, 

Worcester Lane (see page 46) 
SILMAN JAMES T., 178 Moody (see back 

cover) 

Cutlery 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 
DWINELL CHARLES H, 707 Main (see 

front cover) 
HIGGINS J. ALBERT, Lawrence bldg., 679 

Main (see page 12) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 
TOWNE W. N., 149 Moody (see front cover) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 

Cypress Lumber, Wood and Shingles 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE) (166 
Devonshire, B.) (see page 32) 

Dentists 

Bennett E. S., Lawrence bldg. 
Griffin John J., 110 Central 
Hare Richard J., 637 Main, room S. 
Hamlin Edward L., 661 Main, room 1 
Harris Frank P., 27 Moody, room 1. 
Havey W. H, 93 Moody, room 4 
Kittredge H. G., Lawrence bldg., room 3 
LIGHT JOHN F., 128 Moody, room 1 
Manning John C, Lawrence bldg., room 8 
McGahan Thomas, 3 Moody, rooms 1, 2 and 3 
Papineau Augustus, 9 Pond 
Rowe Willard M., 3 Moody, rooms 8 and 9 
Smith James F., 7 Moody 
Starbuck Edward P., 621 Main 
Taylor Ernest B., 27 Moody, room 1 
Temple Theron W., 637 Main 
Thompson Edmund J., 18 Common 
Thompson Walter C. 128 Moody, room 5 
Warne Annie M. Mrs., 185 Moody 
Wells & Boynton, 111 Moody 

Department Stores 

Hub Department Store, 95 Moody 
Waltham Mercantile Co., 345 Moody 



Deputy Sheriff 

TOLMAN BRADSHAW S., 621 Main (see 
page Hi 

Desks 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
House, 594 Main (see back cover) 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 
(see page 70) 

GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moodv (see p. 12) 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120-124 Moody and 1-5 Pine 
(see page 25) 

Dial Manufacturers 
O'Hara Waltham Dial Co., Crescent Park 

Diamonds 
JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main fsee un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 

Dies and Punches 

WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, New- 
ton, cor. Cutter (see page 30) 

Dining Rooms 
(See Eating Houses, also Restaurants.) 
Bell James G., 315 Crescent 
Burroughs Wm. H, 148 Moody 
Central House, 713 Main 
HOTEL BULLARD, 566 Main (see page 14) 
Hotel Crescent, C. H. Ames, prop., 25 Cres- 
cent 
Leonard Helen Mrs. 341A Moody 
McClure Nellie Mrs., 195 School 
McGurn E. M. Miss, 577 Main 
McTernan Majorie Mrs., 743 Main 
Marsh W. W., 235 Prospect 
Putnam William K., Main St., cor. station 
Rollins Chaises H., 311 Moody 
Terrio Alexander, 1 Highland 

Dog Collars 

HIGGINS J. A., Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 
(see page 12) 

Doors, Sash and Blinds 

DWINELL CHARLES H., 707 Main (see 

front cover) 
HIGGINS J. A., Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 

(see page 12) 
McLaughlin Vernon F., 23 Ash ' 
Richardson E. M. & Co., 712 Main 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE) (166 

Devonshire, B.) (see page 32) 

Drain Pipe 

Frost G. Frank, 33 and 35 Moody 
KIRWIN FREDERICK H, 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

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Draperies, Etc 

CLAHKS-ON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 

HOUSE, 594 Main (see back cover) 
EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 

Draughtsman, Contractor, Etc 

GrLANCY R. E., 53 Cusliing (see page opp. 
Lumber Dealers) 

Dress Trimmings 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 
Moody (see page 24) 

Dressmakers 

Anderson Susie, 214 Brown 
Bradley Kate E., 92 Cusliing 
Burke Mary Miss, 27 Moody, room 6 
Chase Mary J. M., 04 Bobbins 
CJiesley Theresa R., 31 Spruce 
Connerny Delia A. J., 249 Calvary 
Co.'iary Lelia E., 5 Wellington 
Cunningham Emma E., Winter st. 
Dodge Maria, 301 Moody 
Dodge M. 1. Mrs., 621 Main 
Dorion Susan J., 32 Lexington 
Donlan Margaret W., 19 Wintbrop 
Frazier Nellie Mrs., 70 Francis 
Golder Susan D., 12 Lawrence bldg. 
Gorman Annie, 20G Moody 
Gorman Elizabeth, 206 Moody 
Graves Georgie A. Mrs., 26 Cherry 
Greeley Nellie L., 59 Lexington 

Griffin Etta M., 49 Chestnut 

Guinan Mary V., 109 Charles 

Groves Addie Mrs., 164 Moody 

Hagan Mary E., 37 Central 

Hall Mary Mrs., 18 Hall 

Hayes Esther G. Mrs., 49 Wintbrop 
Heard Mary A., 3 Central 

Heasley Kane P., 46 Cedar 

Heasley Mary A., 46 Cedar 

Heath L. E., 30 Robbins 

ITeunelly Aunie E. Mrs., 78 Russell 

Herrick Bertha, 190 Moody 

Hewett Lizzie E., 20 Adams 

Johnston Annie F., 23 Walnut 

Kay Emily Mrs., 63 High 

LaCroix H. Mrs., 20 Gordon 

LaAv Emily C. Mrs., 50 Chester av. 

LeClair C. A. Mrs., 39 Sharon 

Little Winnie M. Mrs., 7 Crafts 

Loker M. B. Mrs., 57 Crescent 

Lundberg A.. H., 5 Wellington av. 

MacCauley Margaret, 99 Chestnut 

Maginn Maggie F., 18 Bolton 

Maloney Elizabeth, 3 Moody 

Mayer Annie I. Mrs., 38 Bacon 

McDonald Letitia, 205 Newton 

Mullen Mary E., 48 Harvard 

Munroe Sarah E. Mrs., 43 Pine 



DRESSMAKERS.— (Continued) 

O'Connor Mary, 12 Hall 
Perry Mary Mrs. 12 Brown av. 
Phelps Clara A., 120 High 
Quigley Elizabeth G, 8 Union 
Reed Annie L., South st. 
Riley Clara A. Mrs., 6 Harvard av. 
Robulard Rose, 92 Central 
Rogers F. W. Mrs., 20 Hammond 
Ruggles Mabel, 3 Moody 
Sanderson Elizabeth, 46 Adams 
Saxe Mary L., 4 Cross 
Shanahan Carrie Mrs., 25 Russell 
Shea Julia, 108 Chestnut 
Shiels Margaret A., 163 Willow 
Simmons Emma B., 59 Maple 
Skinner E. R. Mrs., 29 Harvard av. 
Stackpole Martha A., 95 Russell 
Stubbles C. A. Mrs., 57 Crescent 
Toomey Joanna, 92 Cushing. 
Turpin Annie, 78 Central 
Varney Emma J., 32 Adams 
Washburn Linnie R. Mrs., 32 Bacon 
Welch Mary J., 128 Felton 
Whiting Mary S., 145 Crescent 
Wight L. B. Miss, 98 Chestnut 
Wright Mary F., 5 Summit 
Wyman Alice A., 7 Wellington av. 

Dressmakers' Findings 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 

Moody (see page 24) 
BACON & SAWYER PHARMACY, 165 

Moody (see page 9) 

Drugs and Chemicals 

BACON & SAWYER, Pharmacy, 165 

Moody (see page 9) 
HALL & LYON CO., 117 Moody (see front 

cover) 

Dry Goods 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 

prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 
Cronin J. P., 95-97 Moody 
Ingoldsby Thomas F. <fc Co., 1 and 2 Moody 
Maynard Frank, 696 Main 
McGennis F. M. & Co., 878 Main 
O'Shea Catherine, 189 Newton 
Simard E. P., 600 Main 
Walsh Peter D., 224 Moody 
Waltham Mercantile Co., 345 Moody 

Dye Houses 

American Dye House, 47 Moody 

Electric Bells 

BARNES FRANK L., 842 Main and (201 

Sudbury bldg., B.) see under Tremont 
Theatre diagram) 



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Electric Clock Manufacturers 

WALTHAM CLOCK CO., 218V 2 Moody (see 
line back cover) 

Electric Gas Lighting 

BARNES FRANK L., 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury bldg., B.) (see under Treinont 
Theatre diagram) 

KIRWIN FRED H., 588 Main (see page 2) 

Electric Goods 

BARNES FRANK L., 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury bldg., B.) (see under Tremont 
Theatre diagram) 

Electric Light and Power 

WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., 684 Main 
(see page 5) 

Electric Motors 

BARNES F. L., 842 Main and (201 Sudbury 
bldg., B.) (see under Tremorit Theatre 
diagram) 

KIR WIN FRED H., 588 Main (see page 2) 

Electric Supplies 

BARNES FRANK L. 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury bldg., B.) (see under Treinont 
Theatre diagram) 

KIR WIN FRED H, 5S8 Main (see page 2) 

Electrical Engineers and Contractors 

BARNES FRANK L., 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury bldg., B.) (see under Tremont 
Theatre diagram) 

Home & Yandermace, 128 Moody 

Electricians 

BARNES FRANK L., 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury bldg.. B.) (see under Tremont 
Theatre diagram) 
Home & Yandermace, 128 Moody 
KIRWIN FRED H., 588 Main (see page 2) 

Embalmers and Funeral Directors 

BERGIN MICHAEL, 23 Common (see p. 10. 
COOLIDGE & STRxVUCH, 200 Moody (see 

page 70) 
GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 

(see page 70) 
KIRWIN GRAFTON E., 6 Kirwins court 

Csee page 15) 
SPOONER & CLARK, 158 Moody (see p. 70) 

Emery Wheel Manufacturers 

Superior Corundum Wheel Co., rear 102 

Felton 
Waltham Emery Wheel Co., 113 Bacon 



Employment Offices 

McGurn Ellen M., 581 Main 
Ruggles Bertha, 661 Main 
Y. W. C. A.. 137M; Moody 

Enamel Goods Manufacturers 

O'Hara Waltham Dial Co., Crescent Park 

Engine Builder 

HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 

Engravers (Gold and Silver) 

Brown Byron L.. 113S Main 

Houghton Cornelius J., 4 Moody 

JOHNSON ROBERT B., 665 Main (see un- 
der Hollis St. Theatre diagram) 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 
H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see page 7) 

Expresses 

American Express Co., Walter J. Stone, 
agent, 685 Main 

Barrett's Express, 40 Gordon 

BRAD'S, B. Bradstreet, prop, (city), 120 to 
124 Moody (see page 25) 

BURKE DAYID J., 116 Central, stand at 
Waltham Depot (see page 31) 

Burke Johu, 14 Charles 

Crafts, W. D. (city) Charles 

GIBBS EXPRESS CO., ,1. H. Yetten, treas. 
and mngr., 106 Moody and (105 Arch, 
15 and 36 Mei'chants row, 77 Kingston, 
89 Broad, 16 Union, 29 Washington, 14 
and 15 Devonshire, B.) (see page 31) 

Landers Matthew. 21 Oak 

MCDONALD'S EXPRESS, T. H. Dolliver, 
prop., 11 Moody (see page 22) 

National Express Co., Walter J. Stone, 
agent, 685 Main 

Quirk James J., 263 River 

Ryan John F., 7 Gordon 

Stevenson I led M., 40 Gordon 

Weeks Wilbert L. (city), 158 Moody 

Extracts 

Grand Union Tea Co., 91 Moody 
Scandia Corporation, M. P. Lindahl, mngr., 
587 Main 

Fancy Goods 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
BALL ELLA S. MRS., 009 Main (see page 5) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 

prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 
HALL & LYON Co.. 117 Moody (see front 

cover) 
Ingoklsby Thomas F. & Co., 2 Moody 
Jennison Elmer E.. 208 Moody 



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FANCY GOODS.— (Continued) 

JOHNSON ROBERT B., 603 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 

TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (seje 
nont cover) 

WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 
cover) 

Fancy Tiling 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) • 

Fans and Blowers 

Mass. Fan Co., Bedford, near Prospect 

Fireplaces 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO.,- Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Fireplace Throats 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Fireworks 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 
TOWNE W. N., 149 Moody (see front cover) 

Fish Markets 

(See Oysters and Clams.) 
Adams Edwin F., 697 Main 
Feeney John J., Massasoit ct. 
Gately Bros. 503 and 723 Main and 5 Spring 
McAuliffe E. A., 6 John 
Rockwell «fc Durfee, 91 Moody 
Stanley I. W., 869 Main 

Fishing Tackle 

HiGGINS J. A., Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 
(see page 12) 

Flags, Tents and Awnings 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234 to 240 
State, B. (see opp. Colonial Theatre dia- 
gram) 

Floor Oil 

STAR FLOOR OIL, Geo. H. Bodenschatz, 
agent, 200 Prospect (see page 15) 

Floor Wax 

HIGGINS J. A., 619 Main (see page 12) 

Flooring 

GALE GEO. W. LUMBER CO., 640 Main, 
Cambridge (see front cover) 



Flooring and Sheathing 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), (166 
Devonshire, Boston) (see page 32) 

Florists 

GEER E. A. MRS., 98 Chestnut (see back 

cover) 
GOINSALYOS ROBERT L., 98 Chestnut 

(see back cover) 
Gidley S. H., 97 Alder 
Leonard E. M. Mrs., 862 Main 
Mathison Fred R., Waverly Oaks road 
Osboru Bertha M., 627 Main 
Phelps H. A., 120 High 
PIETY CORNER CONSERVATORIES, 

Worcester Lane (see page 46) 
Sanderson Horace M., Ill Lincoln 
Santheson Frans O., 71 Hammond 
Silck Callie A. Mrs., 89 Alder 
SILMAN JAMES T., 178 Moody (see back 

cover) 
Warren Wilbur F., end Highland av. 

Flour and Grain 

(See Hay and Grain) 
KEEFE F. M., Lexington, rear B. & M. 
R. R. (wholesale and retail) (see page 9) 
Leonard M. R., 880 Main 

Flower Growers 

Peirce Elisha N. & Sons, Waverly Oaks 
road 

Fountain Pens 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 
TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see 

front cover) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 

Fruits, Etc 
(See Confectionery and Fruit.) 
Cafferelli C. A., Main, cor. Moody 
Cafferelli Felix, 407 Moody 
Carovoglio A. Mrs., 195 Moody 
Cincotta Francisco. 711 Main 
Conte Bros., 211 Moody 
De Napoli Frank. 87 Main 
Ferenze Thomas, 232 Moody 
Foglini V., 363 Moody 
Gavalio Guiseppe, 85 Moody 
Giuffre J. Vincent, 775 Main 
Gove Henry M., 175 Moody 
Martin Frank, 343 Moody 
Petillo C.,. 183 Newton 
Quirolo Steve, 1 Church 
Ristucca L., 585 Main 
Rigona C, 697 Maine 
Rosatto J. & Co., 625 Main 



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FRUITS, ETC.— (Continued) 

RUSSO FELIX A., SS4 Main and 269 Moody 

(see page 19) 
Siineone Bros., 135 Prospect 
Siineone Gaetano, River st. 
Travaglia G., 629 Main 
Vergona C, 697 Main 

Fruits and Vegetables 

KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE) 317 
Moody (see front cover) 

Furnaces and Ranges 

KIRWIN FRED H., 588 Main (see page 2) 
TAYLOR <& PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Funeral Designs 

GEER E. A. MRS., 9S Chestnut (see back 

cover) 
GOINSALYOS ROBERT L., 9S Chestnut 

(see back coven 
PIETY CORNER CONSERVATORIES, 

Worcester Lane (see page 461 
STLMAN JAMES T., 17S Moody (see back 

cover) 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers 

BERG1N MICHAEL. 23 Common 
COOLIDGE & STRAUCH, 200 Moody (see 

page 7U) 
GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 

(see page 70) 
KIRWIN GRAFTON E., 6 Kirwins court 

(see page 15) 
SPOONER & CLARK, 158 Moody (see p. 70) 

Furniture Dealers 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNIITURE 
HOUSE, John H. Clarkson, prop., 594- 
596 Main (see back covert 

Gilson Peter E., 567 Main 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON. 708 Main 
(see page 70) 

GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see 
page 12) 

Lamson Wallace I., 132 Moody. 

Taber W. H., 567 Main 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120 to 124 Moody (see p. 25) 

Wright John H, 691 Main 

Furniture and Piano Movers 

BURKE D. J., 116 Central, stand at Wal- 

tham Depot (see page 31) 
Crafts W. D., Charles, near Moody 
DOLLIVER THEODORE H, 11 Moody 

(see page 22) 



FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS. 

(Continued i 

MCDONALD'S EXPRESS, T. H. Dolliver, 
prop., 11 Moody (see page 22 1 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120-124 Moody (see p. 25) 

Furniture Repairers 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 

HOUSE, 594 Main (see back cover) 
KIMBALL CHAS. L.. 46 Spruce (see p. 16) 
SPOONER & CLARK. 158 MoOdy (see p. 70) 

Garden Tools 

HIGGINS J. A., Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 
( see page 12) 

Gas Appliances 
KIRWIN FRED H., 588 Main (see page 2) 

Gas Fitters 

Cullen T. W., estate. 41 Moody 
KIRWIN FRED H, 588 Main (see page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Gas Heating 
WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., 684 Main 
(see page 5) 

Gas Lighting Company 

WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., office 684 
Main, works rear 64 Pine (see page 5) 

Gas Stoves 
WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., 684 Main 
(see page 5) 

Gents' Furnishings 

(See Men's Furnishings.) 
ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 

prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 
Hub Department Store, 95 Moody 
KELLY GEORGE I. & CO., 143 Moody (see 

page 25) 
Lanagan Patrick J., 669 Main 
Maynard Frank, 696 Main 
Milton George A., 155 Moody 
Murphy J. W. & Co.. 26 Moody 
Stone William B., 694 Main 
WALTHAM HABERDASHERS AND 

HATTERS, 659 Main (see front cover) 

Glass (Window and Door) 
HIGGINS J. A., Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 

(see page 12 1 
DWINELL^ CHARLES H. 707 Main (see 

front cover) 
POOLE CHARLES A., 7 Elm (see page 19) 



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Glaziers 

FLOYD CHARLES A., 57 Francis (see 

page 19) 
KILBTJRN G. W., 348 Moody (see page 20) 
POOLE CHARLES A., 7 Elm (see page 19) 
TRAINOR BROS., 703 Main (see Park 

Theatre diagram) 
WENTWORTH B. W. & SON, 3 Prospect 

(see page 19) 
YOUNGSTROM ALFRED J., 22 Middle 

(see page 17 1 

Grading 
MALOY P. & SON, 87 Bacon (see page 31) 

Grain and Hay Dealers 

KEEFE F. M., Lexington, near B. & M. 

R. R. (see page 9) 
Pope G. B. & Co., 568 Main 

Grainers 

KILBTJRN GEO. W., 348 Moody, (see p. 20) 
POOLE C. A., 7 Elm (see page 19) 
TRAINOR BROS., 703 Main (see Park 

Theatre diagram) 
WENTWORTH B. W. & SON, 3 Prospect 

(see page 19) 

Granite Workers 

Hassett W. F., 161 Prospect 

KEANE M., 731 Main (see page 23) 

Parmer .loan A., 22 Felton 

POUTAS A. J., Castle st. (see back cover) 

Granolithic Sidewalks, Driveways, Etc 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 
page) 

Greenhouses 

GEER E. A. MRS., 98 Chestnut (see back 

cover) 
GOINSALYOS ROBERT L.. 98 Chestnut 

(see back cover) 
PIETY CORNER CONSERVATORIES, 

Worcester Lane (see page 46) 
SILMAN JAMES T.. 178 Moody (see back 

cover) 

Greenhouse Stock 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Dovinshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Grocers 

Allen Franklin, Newton, cor. Myrtle 
Beandry Mary. 133 Charles 
Boston Branch Grocery and Tea House, 709 
Main 



GROCERS.— (Continued) 

Boudro Morris, 121 Felton 
Bowler »fc Butterrieltl. 107 Moody 
BRUNSWICK GROCERY & PROVISION 

CO., 315 Moody (see page 21) 
Carter Lester J., 364 Moody 
Cincotta Felix, 195 Newton 
Clasby Daniel J., 80 Charles 
Connelly John, 189 Newton 
Connelly M. T., 55 Charles 
Delelianty Mary Mrs., 60 Calvary 
Dicks Joseph, 261 Charles 
Dion Joseph, 101 Central 
Dizer Bros., 269 Moody 
Dubois W. H., 938 Main 
Eichler Robert F., 62 Bacon 
Fahey John J., 199 School 
Foster M. S. & Son, 16 Linden 
Fuller H. D., 189 Hammond 
Gately Bros. & Co., 503 and 723 Main and 

5 Spring 
Geolfrion Felix. 171 Felton 
Glazier Walter E. & Co., S93 Main 
Gibson Andrew J. & Co.. 77 Prospect 
Gray E. E., 152 Moody 
Hanley John F., 185 Newton 
Hennelly Thomas, 220 River 
JUSTASON G. E., 16 Lexington (see p. 22) 
Kingsley Patrick, 137 Felton 
Kuenzel Emma A. Mrs., 291 Crescent 
KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE)) 347 

Moody (see front cover) 
Lally Patrick, 56 Calvary 
Landry P. L.. 186 Felton 
Leahan Bros., 125 Charles 
Mahar Catharine. 145 Bacon 
Mannion Bridget. 179 School 
McAvoy Mary, 17 Plympton 
McDonald Kate Mrs.. 205 Newton 
Mitchell E. J., 24 Myrtle 
Morrill Charles O.. 619 Main 
Neale Charles W., 499 Main 
O'Brien James, Cedar, cor. Oak 
O'Keefe Michael. 683 Main 
Pinel Walter, 7 Highland 
Quinn Joseph M., 157 Moody 
Quirk Patrick F.. 62 Calvary 
Quirk Patrick, 4 Oak 
Rhodes James. 94 Felton 
Robinson George L., 53 Brown 
Rooney William F., 15 and 17 Lexington 
Russell George W., 403 Moody 
Ryan Bros., 90 Newton 
Shiels Martin, 169 Willow 
Stearns Bros., 199 Moody 
SWAN C. H. & CO.. 1S9 Moody (see p. 13) 
Thomas Joseph, 589 Main 
Tracy Michael A.. 177 Willow 
Waltham Mercantile Co., 345 Moody 
Young Simon F., 115 Ash 



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Gutters and Conductors (Metal) 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Mam (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIYAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Gutters and Conductors (Wood) 

BARKER GEORGE J. LUMBER CO., 116 
and 118 Bacon (see back binding and 
page 21) 
Butterick Lumber Co. (The,) 56 Felton 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Hacks (For Weddings and Funerals) 

COOLIDGE & STRAUCH, 200 Moody (see 

page 70) 
CLARK G. A., iear 179 Moody (see page 22) 
GOODNOW W. & SON, 708 Main (see 

page 70) 
KENDALL L. J., 33 Crescent (see page 22) 
KIRWIN GRAFTON E., 6 Kirwin's court, 

rear 641 Main (see page 15) 
SPOONER & CLARK, 158 Moody (see p. 

70) 

Hair for Plastering 

WALTHAM COAL CO., F. P. Rutter, 
rnngr., office 663 Main (see front cover) 

Hair Goods 

JENKINS ELIZABETH F. MRS., 137% 
Moody (see page 9) 

Hairdressers 

Boccella James, 605 Main 
Finnegan Joseph P., 11 Crescent 
Furlong David, 7 Moore 
Getchell Charles C, 890 Main 
Gould Placid, 115 Charles 
Jackson & Hannagan, 179 1 /, Moody 
JENKINS ELIZABETH F. MRS. (ladies 
and chiidren'sj, 137% Moody (see p. 9) 
Jones William O., 345 Moody 
Kirk Lawrence N., 7S3 Main 
Kennedy John J., 360 Moody 
Leger Calixte A., 717 Main 
Lemmo Tony, 234 Moody 
McCluskey John J., 641 Main 
Murray J. H., 6 Crescent 
Nazzaro Camillo, 12S Prospect 
O'Brien P. E., 137% Moody 
Reed George M., 174 Moody 
Roberts Douglas J., 129 Prospect 
Ryan Charles H., 623 Main 
Skinner E. R., Lawrence bldg., room 4 
Tiffany Joseph H., 93 Moody 
Tiffany Mark F., 055 Main 



Hardware 

DWINELL CHARLES H., 707 Main (see 

front cover) 
Fish Samuel, 031 Main 
GLANCY ROBERT E. (carpenters'), 53 

Cushing (see opp. Lumber Dealers) 
HIGGINS J. ALBERT, Lawrence bldg., 

679 Main (see page 12) 
Richardson E. M. & Co., 712 Main 
Shakespeare William, 11 Pine 
Spofford B. Lewis, 876 Main 
TAYLOR & PERCIYAL, J 54 Moody (see 

page 3) 
Thomson Judson L. Mnfg. Co. (rivet mnfrs.)» 

off South, R. C. 
Totman E. <fc Co., 194 Moody 

Hardwood Lumber 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 106 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Hardwood Polishing 

WEXTWORTH B. W. & SON, 3 Prospect 

and 692 Main (see page 19) 
YOUNGSTROM ALFRED J., 22 Middle (see 

page 17) 

Harness Manufacturers and Dealers 

CROSBY HARNESS CO., 176 Moody (see 

page 16) 
Hayes Arthur D.. 733 Main 
Perry Peter A., 689 Main 
Yarnum Edward P., 203 Lexington 

Hats, Caps and Furs 

CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 
Moody (see page 24) 

KELLY GEO. I. & CO., 143 Moody (see 
page 25; 

Milton George A., 155 Moody 

Murphy J. W. & Co., 26 Moody 

Stone William B., 694 Main 

WALTHAM HABERDASHERS & HAT- 
TERS, 659 Main (see front cover) 

Hay, Grain and Straw 

CARNEY J. COAL CO., 70 Calvary (see 

page 70) 
Eddy C. F. Co., 149 Moody 
Frost G. Frank, 33 and 35 Moody 
KEEFE F. M., Lexington, near B. & M. 

R. R. (wholesale and retail) (see p. 9) 
NEW ENGLAND COAL CO., Pryor Fulton, 

prop., Newton, opp. depot, 179 Moody 

and 609 Main (see back cover) 
WALTHAM COAL CO., office 663 Main, 

F. P. Rutter, manager (see front cover) 



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Horological School 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 
H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see p. 7) 

Horse Clipping 

CLARK GEORGE A., rear 179 Moody (see 

page 22) 
KIRWIN GRAFTON E., 6 Kirwin court (see 

page 15) 
WELLINGTON F. D., Elm, rear F. R. R. 

station (see page 21) 

Horse and Wagon Covers 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234 to 240 
State, Boston (see opp. Colonial Theatre 
diagram) 

Horseshoers 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 
Belger Thos. J., 216 Moody 
Burke T. A., 870 Main 
Connors Joseph P., rear 166% Moody 
Costello Thomas W., 746 Main 
Evans Thomas, 7 to 11 Water 
Lawless & Crocker, rear 699 Main 
LIDSTONE S. S., 400 Main (see page 18) 
Orr & Hoyt, Harvard, cor. Charles 
WRIGHT FRANK T., 207 Lexington (see 
page 18) 

Hosiery, Gloves, Etc. 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 

CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 
prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 

KELLY GEORGE I. & CO., 143 Moody (see 
page 25) 

WALTHAM HABERDASHERS & HAT- 
TERS, 659 Main (see front cover) 

Hot Water and Steam Heating 

TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 
KIRWIN FRED H., 588 Main (see page 2) 

Hotels 

Adams House, Susan Z. Hamilton, manager, 

94 Adams 
Central House, Mrs. McTernan, prop., 743 

Main 
Elm Hotel, Elm, near Waltham station 
HOTEL BULLARD, Mrs. A. E. Bullard, 

prop., 566 Main (see page 14) 
Hotel Crescent, C. H. Ames, 25 Crescent 
Hotel Riverside, Wm. Pacifico, prop., 47 

Moody 
Prospect House, Thomas Cox, prop., 881 

Main 



House Finish 

BARKER, GEORGE J. LUMBER CO., 116 

and 118 Bacon (see back binding and 
page 21) 
Buttrick Lumber Co. (The), 56 Felton 

House Furnisher * 

MOLLER C. B., Lafayette sq., Cambridge- 
port (see opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

House Furnishing Goods 
CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
HOUSE, 594-596 Main (see back cover) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see 

page 12) 
WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120-124 Moody (see p. 25) 

House Mouldings 

WOOLLEY GEORGE. 692 Main (see front 
cover) 

Ice Cream 
FARMER J. E., 101 Moody 
RUSSO F. A.. 884 Main and 269 Moody 

(see page 19) 
WALTHAM'S CONFECTIONER, J. H. 

Lewis, 205 Moody (see page 13) 

Ice Dealers 

TOTTEN JOHN & SONS, John L. Totten, 

prop.. 74 Bacon (see page 46) 
WALTHAM ICE CO., J. J. S. Peterson, 

prop., Prospect, near Riverview station 

(see front cover) 
WATCH CITY ICE AND FUEL CO., F. A. 

Brown & Co., props., 101 River (see 

page 14) 

Incandescent Lights 

BARNES FRANK L.. 842 Main and (201 
Sudbury bldg.. B.i (see under Tremont 
Theatre diagram) 

Insurance Agents 

BERGIN MICHAEL, 23 Common (see p. 10) 

DENNEN HOLL1S E., 179 Moody (see p. 11) 

DOLP.ER GEORGE E., 692 Main 

Hall George S., 692 Main 

HOLLAND J. DOUGLASS, P. O. Box 39 

(see page 4) 
JOHNSON WILLIAM H., 661 Main and 211 

Moody (see pages 11 and 17) 
Killmer W. E., Lawrence bldg., room 13 
Leslie George F., 177 Moody 
MAIRS J. KELSO, 17 Vernon (see p. 46) 
ROBINSON JAMES F. & F. I., 637 Main 

(see Tremont Theatre diagram) 
Sewall Charles W., 621 Main, room B 
SHERMAN HENRY P., 593 Main and 27 

Liberty 



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INSURANCE AGENTS.— (Continued) 
TOLMAN B. S., 621 Main, rm. B (see p. 11) 
V1LES D. F. & CO., 637 Main, room 9 (see 

page 26) 
WALKER E. A. (life), 637 Main (see p. 10) 

Insurance Companies Having Agen- 
cies in Waltham 

Represented by Hollis E. Dennen, 179 

Moody (see page 11) 
Berkshire Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 

Pittsfield 
Boston Insurance Co. of Boston 
Fitcnburg Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

of Fitcnburg 
German- American Fire Insurance Co. 

of New York 
Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Co. 

of New York 
New England Mutual Life Insurance 

Co. of Boston 
Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford, 

Conn. 
Royal Exchange Assurance of London, 

England 
Travelers* Accident of Hartford. Conn. 
Represented by William H. Johnson, 661 

Main and 211 Moody (see page 11) 
Abington Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 
Concordia Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Dedham Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 

Dedham 
Frankfort Marine and Accident of Ger- 

many 
Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 

Dedham 
Northern Insurance Co. of N. Y. 
Orient Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 
Sun Insurance Co. of London, Eng. 
Teutonia Insurance Co. of New Orleans. 
Traders' Insurance Co. of Chicago, 111. 
Represented by C. W. Sewall, 621 Main 
Atlas Assurance Co., Limited, of London 
St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co. of St. 

Paul 
Represented by B. S. Tolman, 621 Main 
American Insurance Co. of Newark 
American Central Ins. Co. of St. Louis 
Caledonian Ins. Co. of Scotland 
Citizens' Ins. Co. of St. Louis 
German Ins. Co. of Freeport. 111. 
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Ins. Co. of Ger- 

many 
Home Fire & Marine Ins. Co. of San 

Francisco 
National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pitts- 
burg 
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. 

of Scotland 



INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVING 
AGENCIES IN WALTHAM. 

(Continued) 

Merrimack Mutual Fire Ins. Co. of An- 

dover 
Providence Mutual Fire Ins. Co. of 

Providence 

Represented by Edward A. Walker, 637 
Main, room 12 (see page 10) 

Aetna Life & Accident Ins. Co. of Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

American Surety Co. of New York 

British-American Assurance Co. of To- 
ronto, Can. 

Delaware Insurance Co. of Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corp., 
Limited, of London, England 

Fidelity and Casualty Co., of New York 

Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, 
N. J. 

Glens Falls Insurance Co. of Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 

Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of New 
York 

Hingham Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 
Hingham 

London Guarantee and Accident Co. of 
London, England 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York 

Mutual Protection Fire Insurance Co. 
of Charlestown, Mass. 

New Jersey Plate Glass Ins. Co. 

Northern Assurance Co. of London, 
England 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society 
of England 

Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 
Quincy, Mass. 
Represented by Daniel F. Yiles & Co., 637 
Main (see page 26) 

Aetna Insurance Co. of Hartford 

American Insurance Co., Boston, Mass. 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Citizens' Mutual Ins. Co., Boston 

Commercial Union Assurance Co. of 
England 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Co., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Continental Fire Insurance Co., New 
York 

Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Fitch- 
burg 

Germanin Fire Insurance Co., New York 



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INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVING 

AGENCIES IN WALTHAM. 

(Continued) 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, 
Conn. 

Holyoke Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
Salem, Mass. 

Home Insurance Co., New York 

Insurance Co. of North America, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. 
England 

Lowell Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Low- 
ell, Mass. 

Mercantile F. & M. Insurance Co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Merchants' & Farmers' Ins. Co. Wor- 
cester. 

Merrimack Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
Andover 

Middlesex Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Con- 
cord 

Mutual Ins. Co., Salem. 

Mutual Protection Ins. Co., Charles- 
town 

National Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, 
Conn. 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co., 
Manchester, N. H. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co., New York 

Palatine Insurance Co., England 

Phoenix Assurance Co., England 

Providence Washington Insurance Co., 
Providence, R. I. 

Quincy Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Quincy, 
Mass. 

Springfield Fire Insurance Co., Spring- 
field 

Traders & Mechanics Insurance Co., 
Lowell 

Underwriters' Agency, New York 

Union Insurance Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Westchester Fire Insurance Co., New 
York 

Western Assurance Co., Toronto. Can. 

Williamsburgh City Fire Insurance Co., 
New York 

Worcester Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
Worcester, Mass. 
Represented by J. F. & F. I. Robinson, Na- 
tional Bank bldg., 637 Main (see Tre- 
mont Theatre diagram) 

Lowell Mutual Fire Ins. Co., of Lowell, 
Mass. 

North British and Mercantile Ins. Co., 
of London and Edinburg 

Phenix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Queen Ins. Co. of America, New York 



INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVING 

AGENCIES IN WALTHAM. 

(Continued) 

Salem Mutual Fire Ins. Co., of Salem, 

Mass. 
The London Assurance Corporation, of 

London, England 
The Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Co., of 

Philadelphia 
The New York Plate Glass Ins. Co., of 

New York 

Insurance Companies (Life) 

AMERICAN FIDELITY COMPANY, 
Montpelier, Vt., J. Kelso Mairs, agent, 
17 Vernon, John Paulding Meade, man. 
for Eastern Mass., 27 Kilby, B. (see 
page 46) 

BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., Law- 
rence bldg., 681 Main (see page 24) 

John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co., 3 
Moody 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New 
York, E. A. Walker, agent, 637 Main 
(see page 10) 

NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INS. 
CO., of Milwaukee, Wis., J. Douglass 
Holland, dist. mgr., P. O. Box 39 (see 
page 4) 

Prudential Insurance Co. (The), of America, 
3 Moody 

Interior Decorations 

WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 
cover) 

Iron Beams 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station, and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Iron and Brass Founders 

DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO., Foundry 

av. (see page 6) 
WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71 and 73 

Felton (see page 4) 

Iron Works 

DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO., Foundry 
av. (see page 6) 
Jewel Manufacturers and Setters 
Godber Walter F., rear 38 Chester av. 
Worley John, 11 Brown 

Jewelers 

(See Watches, Jewelry, Etc.) 

Houghton Cornelius J., 4 Moody 
JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 
Waltham Jewelry Co., 383 Moody 



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Jewelry 

KELLY GEORGE I. & CO., 143 Moody (see 
page 25) 

Job Wagons 

BRAD'S EXPRESS, 120 to 124 Moody (see 

page 25) 
Crafts W. D., Charles st. 
GIBBS EXPRESS CO.. 106 Moodv (see p. 31) 
MCDONALD'S EXPRESS, 11 Moody (see 

page 22) 

Junk Dealers 

Canter Morris, Massasoit st. 
Canter Simon, 55 Felton 
Chosid Louis, 19S Felton 
Fruchman Max, 150 Prospect 
Hoffman Jacob, 2 Day 
Katz Morris, 16 Benefit 
Kniznik Louis, 10 Day 
Levine Samuel, 19 Common 
McCaul James, 3 Brown av. 
MoMrrissey Joseph P.. 56 Willow 
Tankel Moses, 84 Felton 

Justices of the Peace 
(See Miscellany for full list) 
ACTON AMY F.. 58 Adams (see page 42) 
ARMSTRONG THOMAS. 488 Lexington, 
BEAI. GEORGE R., 702 Main 
BERGIN MICHAEL. 23 Common (see p. 10) 
BERGIN THOMAS F.. 23 Common 
CAREY THOMAS F., 661 Main (see p. 44) 
DENNEN HOLLIS E., 179 Moody (see p. 11) 
DUANE PATRICK J., 661 Main (see p. 42) 
HALL HENRY C. 117 Moody 
HARVEY JOHN L.. 3 Moody, rooms 3 and 

4 (see page 44) 
JOHNSON BYRON B.. 45 Pond (see p. 44) 
KEARNS THOMAS F.. 621 Main, room A 

(see page 42) 
JOHNSON MELVIN M.. 45 Pond 
LATHROP A. J.. 673 Main, room 4 (see 

page 44) 
MANN FRANCIS C, 684 Main 
MAYBERRY GEORGE L.. 661 Main (see 

page 441 
MCCARTHY T. F., 128 Pine 
McCOLLESTER J. Q. A., 266 Moody 
MORRIS FRANK E.. Waltham Trust Co., 
ROBERTS DUDLEY, 3 Lafayette 
ROBINSON F. I., 637 Main (see Tremont 

Theatre diagram) 
Sears Francis P.. Beaver, near Lyman 
STARK ROBERT M., 621 Main, room J 

(see page 44) 
STEARNS CHARLES E.. 24 Vernon (see 

paee 42) 
TOLMAN BRADSHAW S.. 621 Main (see 

page 11) 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

(Continued) 

VILES DANIEL F., 637 Main, room 9 (see 

page 26) 
WALKER E. A., 637 Main (see page 10) 

Kindling Wood 

CARNEY J. COAL CO.. 70 Calvary (see 

page 70) 
N. E. COAL CO.. office Newton, opp. depot 

(see back cover) 
WALTHAM COAL CO., office 663 Main, 

yard New Elm, near the bridge, F. P. 

Rutter, manager (see front cover) 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods 

Fiel George A., 203 Moody 

GRAVES P. H. & Son, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
Spofford B. L., 876 Main 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Knit Goods 

American Knitting Co.. W. Dale 
Harding Knitting Co.. West Dale st. 

Knitting Machinery 

HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 

prop.. 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 
Maynard Frank, 696 Main 

Ladies' Hair Dressers 
JENKINS ELIZABETH F. MRS., 137y 3 

Moody (see page 9) 
Schmidt Mary, 103 Moody 

Ladies' Neckwear 
Gustat Julia, 3 Moody 

Ladies' Tailor-Made Skirts, Suits, Etc 
A. & P. SKIRT CO. (THE), Lawrence bldg., 
room 10 (see page 40) 

Ladies' Tailors 

A. & P. SKIRT CO. (THE). Lawrence bldg., 

room 10 (see page 40) 
Fleishman N. & Co., 224 Moody 
SIMONS P. & CO., 3 Moody, rooms 10-11 
• (see Boston Theatre diagram) 

Lanterns 
HIGGINS J. A.. 679 Main (see page 12) 



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Lathe Manufacturers (Watch and 
Combination) 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., cor. Elm 

and Benefit (see page G) 
STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 

page 7) 

Lathers 

Casey Timothy W., 70 Hammond 

WHITE EDWARD F., 26 Exchange (see 



page 17) 



Laundries 



BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (agent; 
(see page 5) 

Crescent Laundry Co., 15 Crescent 

Harriman's Laundry, T. C. Myron & Co., 
props., 694 Main 

WALTHAM LAUNDRY, C. F. Glover & 
Co., props., Gifford a v., rear Hotel Cres- 
cent (see back cover) 

Laundries (Chinese) 

Bing Charlie, 234a Moody 
Chung Sam, 204 Newton 
Lee Quong, 172 Moody 
Lee Tom, 127 Charles 
Lee Sing, Elm Street 
Lee Goon, 605 Main 
Lee John, 214 Moody 
Star Laundry, 365 Moody 
Quong Sing, 5 Lexington 
Wong Charlie B., 217 Moody 
Wong W. S., 343 Moody 

Lawn Mowers Repaired 

GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 
HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 

Lawyers 

ACTON AMY F., 58 Adams and (548 Tre- 
mont bldg., B.) (see page 42) 

ARMSTRONG THOMAS H.*, 488 Lexington 
and (82 Devonshire, room 17, B.) (see 
page 44) 

BANNAN WILLIAM J., 3 Moody, rooms 3 
and 4 (see page 42) 

BOLES & STEARNS, 1116-1118 Barristers 
Hall, B. (see page 42) 

CAREY THOMAS F.. 661 Main (see page 44) 

Colligan Charles E.. 661 Main, room 4 

CONNOLLY MICHAEL J., 794 Main (52 
Ames bldg., B.) (see page 46) 

Desmond Walter J.. Lawrence bldg. 

Drury William IL, Linden and (209 Wash- 
ington, room 30, B.) 

DUANE PATRICK J.. 601 Main, rooms 5 
and 6 (see page 42) 

Flynn John J.. 661 Main, room 3 



LAWYERS.— (Continued) 

French Daniel. 820 Main 

HARVEY JOHN L., 3 Moody, rooms 3 and 

4 (see page 44) 
JOHNSON BYRON B., 45 Pond and (89 

State, room 82, B.) (see page 44) 
KEARNS THOMAS F.. 621 Main, room A 

(see page 42) 
LATHROP A. J., 673 Main, room 4 (see p. 44) 
Luce Enos T., Court House, Lexington st. 
MAYBERRY GEORGE L., 661 Main and (6 

Ashburton place, B.) (see page 44) 
Roberts Dudley, 3 Lafayette 
STARK R. M., 621 Main, room J (see p. 44) 
STEARNS CHARLES E., 24 Vernon and 

(1116-1118 Barristers Hall, B.) (see p. 42) 
Stone Charles F., 611 Main 
Tufts Nathan A., 631 Main 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead 

HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 
KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Leather Goods 

WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 
cover) 

Libraries (Circulating) 

Waltham Public Library, 15 Moody 
TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see 
front cover) 

Lime, Hair, Cement, Etc 

CARNEY J. COAL CO., 70 Calvary (see 

page 70) 
Frost G. Frank, 33 and 35 Moody 
NEW ENGLAND COAL CO., Pryor Fulton, 

prop., Newton, opp. depot, 179 Moody 

and 609 Main (see back cover) 
WALTHAM COAL CO., office 663 Main, 

yard New Elm. near the bridge. F. P. 

Rutter. manager (see front cover) 

Loam, Sand and Gravel 
MALOY P. & SON, 87 Bacon (see page 31) 

Locksmiths 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 

Loom Manufacturers 
Copeland Loom Co., Prospect 

Lounges and Sofas 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 



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Lumber 

BARKER GEORGE J. LUMBER CO., 116 
and 118 Bacon and (911 Exchange bldg., 
53 State, B.) (see back binding and 
page 21 » 

Bnttrick Lumber Co. (The), 56 Felton 

GALE GEO. W. LUMBER CO., 640 Main, 
Cambridge (see front cover) 

GLANCY ROBERT E. (wholesale and re- 
tail), 53 Gushing (see opposite page) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Lumber and Machine Movers 

BRAD'S EXPRESS, 120 to 124 Moody (see 
page 25) 

Machine Forging 
GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 

Machinery 
COOLIDIGE ROBERT W., rear 24 Lexing- 
ton (see page 19) 
HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 
Waltham Development Co., Whitney av. 

Machinery Castings 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71 Felton (see 
page 4) 

Machinists 

Ames B. C. & ,Co., 21 Crescent 
'COOLIDGE ROBERT W., rear 24 Lexing- 
ton (see page 19) 
GIFFORD FRED G, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 
HOBBS .GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 
STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 

page 7) 
Stewart Samuel A., rear 85 Hall 
Waltham Development Co., Whitney av. 
WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, Newton, 
cor. Cutter (see page 30) 

Manicures 

JENKINS ELIZABETH F. MRS., 137% 

Moody (see page 9) 
Mitchell Clara M., 631 Main 

Manufacturing Companies 

AMERICAN WALTHAHM WATCH CO., 
Crescent, Royal Robbins, treas. (373 
Washington. B.) (see page 7) 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Elm, opp 
. Benefit (see page 6) 

Atlas Chemical Co., 224 to 240 Calvary 

BARKER GEORGE J. LUMBER CO. 
(THE), George J. Barker, pres. and 
treas., Lyman H. Matthews, secy, and 
gen. mgr., 118 Bacon and (53 State, B.) 
(see back binding and page 21) 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 

(Continued) 

Boston Mnfg. Co. (The), off Moody (cotton 
cloth and hosiery), Arthur T. Lyman, 
treas. (50 State, B.) 

Buttrick Lumber Co. (The). 56 Felton 

DAVIS & FARNUM MFG. CO., iron 
founders, Foundry av. (see page 6) 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., John 
Lally, pres., Beaver Brook Station, and 
(151 Congress, B.) (see opp. Boston The- 
atre diagram) 

Roberts John & Son Co., William Roberts, 
treas.. South 

STARK TOOL CO., John Stark, treas., 218 
to 224 Moody (see page 7) 

Thomson Judson L. Mnfg. Co. (The), off 
South, R. C. 

Waltham Bleachery and Dye Works, River, 
opp. Willow (bleaching and dyeing cot- 
ton), George E. Jordan, agent, Ronald 
T. Lyman, treas. (50 State, B.) 

WALTHAM CLOCK CO., William C. Henry, 
treas. and mgr., rear 218% Moody (see 
back cover) 

WALTHAM COAL CO., Fred P. Rutter, 
pres., 663 Main (see front cover) 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71 to 73 Fel- 
ton (see page 4) 

Waltham Mnfg. Co. (automobiles) Rumford 
av., C. P. 

Waltham Screw Co., Edgar F. Tiles, inngr., 
Crescent Park 

WALTHAM TRAP ROCK CO., H. P. 
Sherman, pres., F. M. Gooding, treas., 
593 Main (see page 15) 

Marble Workers 

Hasseti W. F., 161 Prospect 

KEANE M.. 731 Main (see page 23) 

Parmer John A., Felton st. 

POUTAS A. J., Castle st. (see back cover) 

Market Gardeners 

Fiske Charles D., 422 Moody 
Lawrence Bros., Trapelo road 
Sanderson Horace M., Ill Lincoln 
Smith Francis C, Curve st. 

Masons and Builders 

Burke James E. (stone). Exchange st.-ct. 

Dickinson Fred (stone), Whitcomb st. 

Halleran Thomas F., 87 Harvard 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook station and (151 Congress, B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre Diagram) 

MALOY P. & SON, 87 Bacon (see page 31) 

O'Malley P. J., Massasoit st. 



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Contractor 



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. . . AGENT FOR . . 



METALLIC SHINGLES 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

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NAILS, MOULDINGS 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 



Office, 53 Gushing Street 
WALTHAM MASS. 



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MASONS AND BUILDERS. 

(Continued) 

Stankard John P., Pond-st. ct. 
Stankard John J., 73 Lexington 
Tolman John E., 208 Moody 
Whelan Patrick J., 15 Calvary 

Mats and Matting 

EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 

Mattresses 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
HOUSE, 594-596 Main (see back cover) 

GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see p. 12; 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120-124 Moody (see page 25) 

Mattresses and Cushions Made to 

Order 

EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 

Mechanical Engineer 
HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 

Men's Furnishings 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 

Atwood F. W., 351 Moody 

CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 
prop., 107 to 115 Moody, see page 24) 

KELLY GEO. I. & CO., 143 Moody (see 
page 25) 

Maynard Frank, 696 Main 

Siniard E. P., 600 Main 

Stone William B., 694 Main 

WALTHAM HABERDASHERS & HAT- 
TERS, 659 Main (see front cover) 

WALTHAM SUPPLY CO., 122 Moody 

Merchant Tailors 
(See Tailors for full list.) 

DENNISON L. O., 694 Main and (87 Sum- 
mer, B.) (see page 25) 
GREENBERG ABE, 236 Moody (see p. 24) 
SANDERS S., 126 Moody (see page 8) 
SIMONS P. & CO., Mercantile Bldg., rms. 

10-11 (see Boston Theatre diagram) 
THE A. & P. SKIRT CO., Lawrence bldg., 
room 10 (ladies') (see page 40) 

Metal Roofs, Walls and Ceilings 
KIMBALL CHAS. L., 46 Spruce (see p. 16) 

Metal Shingles 

GLANCY ROBERT E. (agent), 53 Gushing 
(see opp. Lumber Dealers) 



Metal Tiling 
United Metile Co. (The), 151 High 

Milkmen 

Andrews Chauncy, Dale, opp. Murray 
Banks James H, Warren, near Beaver 
Barrows George W., 9 Murray 
Bennison Geo. T. & Son, 75 Dale 
Berry Alvin E., 60 Hammond 
Berry H. Davenport, 991 Main 
Broderick John W., 14 Newton 
Bryant Hartwell I., Trapelo road 
Castner Sanford B., Trapelo road 
Chapin George L., 247 Bacon 
Childs Arthur G., 508 Lexington 
Childs Frank E., 116 School 
Childs Melvin L., 396 Lexington 
Childs William B., 508 Lexington 
Coldwell Fred H., 28 Francis 
Cutler Edward E., Trapelo road 
Cutting Joseph, 1241 Main 
Farley Fred W., Lincoln, cor. Smith 
Flaherty Patrick, Parker lane 
Hardy Henry F., Dale 
Hardy Louis S., 587 Lexington 
Maher Thomas, Trapelo road 
Maynard Fred W., 12 Russell 
Needham Clarence B.. Wilbur 
Sherman Newton, 187 Adams 
Slauenwhite J. A., Lincoln, opp. Smith 
Smith Walter H, 402 Lexington 
Stone Howard L., 1295 Main 
Viles Charles M., 35 Fiske 
Warren Edward A., 68 Russell 
Warren Isaac F., 212 Charles 
Warren Willard, 39 Lexington 
Wellington Edward, Trapelo road 
Whitney Charles G., 3 Stow 

Milliners and Millinery Goods 

Barnes Alice C, 193 Moody 
Clancy Annie E., 196 Moody 
Doyle Margaret M. Miss, 99 Moody 
Felton Adeline J. Mrs., 139 Adams 
Finn J. J.. 182 Moody 
Flynn Annie J., 202 Moody 
Flynn T. G.. 637 Main, room 14 
Frothingham C. J. Mrs., 28 Lexington 
Gallupe Maria J. Mrs., 48 Taylor 
Macurdy John W., 210 Moody 
McKillip A. J. Stankard Mrs., 93 Moody 
Morris Katherine A., 121 Moody 
Stankard Delia T., 171 Moody 
Taylor Minnie G., 3 Moody, room 23 
Wilson Mabel E., 255 Crescent 

Mineral Water 
Moore George B., Massasoit 



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Monuments 

(See Marble Workers, also Granite 
Workers.) 

KEANE M., 731 Main (see page 23) 

Parmer John A., Felton st. 

POUTAS A. J., Castle st. (see back cover) 

Mortgages 

BENNEN HOLLIS B., 179 Moody (see p. 11) 
JOHNSON WILLIAM H„ 661 Main and 

211 Moody (see pages 11 and 17) 
ROBINSON J. F. & F. I.. 637 Main (see 

Tremont Theatre diagram) 
TOLMAN B. S., 621 Main (see page 11) 
VILBS DANIBL F. & CO., 637 Main (see 

page 26) 
WALKER E. A., 637 Main (see page 10) 

Mouldings and Brackets 

(See House Mouldings.) 
BARKER GEORGE J. LUMBER CO., 118 

Bacon (see back binding and page 21) 
Buttriek Lumber Co. (The), 56 Felton 
GLANCY ROBERT E., 53 Gushing (see opp. 

Lumber Dealers) 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Naphtha Launches 
Potter & Stainforth, 222 Moody 

Newspapers 

WALTHAM DAILY FREE-PRESS TRIB- 
UNE, Alexander Starbuck, editor, R. B. 
Somers, manager, 126 Moody (see p. 8) 

WALTHAM EVENING NEWS, Eaton 
Bros., props., 13 Felton (see opp. Colonial 
Theatre diagram) 

Newspapers and Periodicals 

Armstrong G. W., estate, Waltham station, 

F. R. R. 
BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 
Hogan M. A. & Son, 601 Main 
TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see front 

cover) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 

Notaries Public 

(See Miscellaney for full list.) 

ARMSTRONG THOMAS H, 488 Lexington 

and (82 Devonshire, room 17, B.) (see 

page 44) 
BANNON WILLIAM J., 3 Moody, rms. 3 

and 4 (see page 42) 
BERGIN MICHAEL, 23 Common (see p. 10) 
CONNOLLY MICHAEL J., 794 Main (see 

page 46) 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

DENNEN HOLLIS E., 179 Moody (see p. 11) 
JOHNSON BYRON B., 45 Pond (see p. 44) 
JOHNSON MELVTN M., 45 Pond (see p. 44) 
JOHNSON WILLIAM H., 661 Main and 

211 Moody (see page 11) 
KEARNS THOMAS F., 621 Main, room A 

(see page 42) 
LATHROP A. J., 673 Main, room 4 (see 

page 44) 
MAYBERRY GEORGE L., 661 Main (see 

page 44) 
MCCARTHY THOMAS F., 128 Pine 
STARK ROBERT M.. 621 Main (see p. 44) 
STEARNS CHARLES E., 24 Vernon (see 

page 42) 
WALKER E. A., 637 Main (see page 10) 

Novelties 
Stevens August W.. Robbins, cor. Newton 

Nurserymen and Seedsmen 

Fiske Charles D., 422 Moody 
Fiske Horatio N., 258 Bacon 

Nurses 

Bacon Eliza K., 73 Ash 
Bacon Merle V., 45 Brown 
Bacon Theodore F., 129 Myrtle 
Barnes G. H. Mrs., 925 Main 
Briggs Lillian S., 15 Wellington 
Buchanan Rebecca M., 23 Russell 
Buck Delta, 7 Wellington 
Cameron Margaret M., 7 Wellington 
Cameron Jessie P., 140 School 
Connery Annie V., 249 Calvary 
Connor Charlotte M., 37 Banks 
Corbett Margaret, 191 School 
Devaney Bridget A., 18 Day 
Emerson Mabel F., 37 Banks 
Fay Nora E., 21 Vernon 
Ferguson Estella, 34 Banks 
Findlay Ellen I., 722 Main 
Ford H. Augusta, 22 Palmer 
Haggerty Martha J., 15 Gorham 
Hawkes James R., 49 Cherry 
Hill Jeanette, 34 Banks 
Howes Mabel, 716 Main 
Manning Hannah E., 25 Fiske 
Manning Lizzie A., 25 Fiske 
Marshall Ellen H., 45 Francis 
Marshall Margaret A. Mrs., 45 Francis 
McLeod Josephine, 34 Banks 
Morgan Mary A., 11 Fiske 
Morris May H., 1 Stratton terrace 
Morrissey Annie L., 173 Grove 
Mullen Catherine. 70 School 
Osborn Augusta, 102 Orange 



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NURSES.— (Continued) 

Ross F. R. Mrs., 51 Adams 
Russell Alexa, 37 Banks 
Saunders Mary A., 15 Wellington 
Stuart Grace, 37 Banks 
Williams Mary B., 313 School 
Williams Ruth P., 313 School 
Zwicker Alice O., 16 Park place 

Oars and Paddles (Manufacturers) 

Arnold Herbert B.-, 299 Crescent 
NUTTING C. P. & CO., Prospect st. bridge 

(see page 23) 
WALTHAM BOAT AND CANOE CO., Jas. 

G. Burgin, propt., office and factory 

Woerd av. (see page 23) 

Oil Cloths and Mats 

EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 

Oil Stoves 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
HOUSE, 596 Main (see back cover) 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 
page 2) 

TAYLOR & PERC1VAL, 151 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Opticians 

Egan John J., 3 Moody, room 5 

Houghton Cornelius J., 4 Moody 

JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 

Kittredge Ray G., 232 Charles 

Luce Frank I., 12 Alder 

Marshall R. G., 3- Moody 

McLeod Donald, 180 Ash 

Simmons F. P., 333 Moody 

Wakefield G. H., 225 Moody 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 
H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see p. 7) 

Organ Manufacturers and Tuners 

Waltham Church Organ Factory, Emery W. 
Lane, 1041 Main 

Paddles and Oars (Manufacturers) 

Arnold Herbert B., 299 Crescent 

NUTTING C. P. & CO., Prospect st. bridge 

(see page 23) 
WALTHAM BOAT & CANOE CO., James 

G. Burgin, propt., office and factory 

Woerd av. (see page 23) 



Painters 

(Carriage.) 

Evans Thomas, 7 Water 

FLAGG GEORGE A. & CO., Music Hall 

av. (see page 19) 
KING & KELLY, 821 Main (see page 14) 
Mullen James. Music Hall av. 
WRIGHT F. T., 207 Lexington (see p. 18) 

(Fresco) 

FLOYD CHARLES A., 57 Francis (see p. 19) 
KILBURN GEORGE W., 348 Moody (see 

page 20) 
POOLE CHARLES A., 7 Elm (see page 19) 
TRAINOR BROS., 703 Main (see Park 

Theatre diagram) 
WENTWORTH B. W. & SON, 3 Prospect 

and 692 Main (see page 19) 
YOUNGSTROM ALFRED J., 22 Middle 

(see page 17) 

(House and Sign.) 

Campbell Robert, 21 Noonan 

Cone Birthday, 226% Moody 

Cross Albert A., 192 Charles 

Downing Robert F., 64 Oak 

FLAGG GEORGE A. & CO., Music Hall av. 

(see page 19) 
FLOYD CHARLES A., 57 Francis (see p. 19) 
Jones Thomas (estate), 162 Moody 
KILBURN GEORGE W., 348 Moody (see 

page 20) 
Kilburn Joshua A., 92 High 
Maloney Matthew, 3 Emery 
McKenna Felix, 28 McKenn 
POOLE CHARLES A., 7 Elm (see page 19) 
Poolford Isaac, 45 Spruce 
Stanley L. W., 23 Taylor 
TRAINOR BROS., 703 Main (see Park 

Theatre diagram) 
WENTWORTH B. W. & Son, 3 Prospect 

and 692 Main (see page 19) 
Whelon J. H. & Son, 8 and 10 Spring 
YOUNGSTROM ALFRED J., 22 Middle 

(see page 17) 

(Portrait.) 
Webster William A., HI Moody 

(Sign.) 

FLAGG GEORGE A. & CO., Music Hall av. 

(see page 19) 
FLOYD CHARLES A., 57 Francis (see p. 19) 
KILBURN GEORGE W., 348 Moody (see 

page 20) 
POOLE CHARLES A... 7 Elm (see page 19) 
TRAINOR BROS., 703 Main (see Park 

Theatre diagram) 



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WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Painters' Supplies 

DWIXELL CHARLES H., 707 Main (see 

front coven 
HIGG1XS J. A.. 679 Main (see page 12) 

Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty 

DWINELL CHARLES H., 707 Main (see 

front coven 
HIGGIXS J. A.. Lawrence bldg., 679 Main 

(see page 12) 
Jones Thomas (estate), 162 Moody 
POOLE CHARLES A.. 7 Elm (see'page 19) 
Richardson E. M. & Co., 712 Main 
Spofford B. L.. 876 Main 
WEXTWORTH B. W. & SOX, 3 Prospect 

and 692 Main (see page 19) 

Palms and Potted Plants 

GEER E. A. MRS., 98 Chestnut (see back 

cover) 
GOIXSALYOS ROBERT L., 98 Chestnut 

(see back coven 
PIETY CORXER COXSERYATORIES, 

Worcester lane (see page 46') 
SILMAN J. T., 178 Moody (see back cover) 

Paper Bags, Twine, Etc. 

EATOX ALBERT M.. 233 Bacon (and 839 
Albany, Roxbury) (see page 8) 

Paper Boxes. 

EATOX ALBERT M.. 233 Bacon and (S39 
Albany, Roxbury) (see page 8) 

Paper Dealer 

EATOX ALBERT M.. 233 Bacon and (S39 
Albany, Roxbury) (see page 8) 

Paper Hangers 

FLOYD CHARLES A.. 57 Francis (see p. 19) 
Frazier William L.. 18 Prospect-st. a v. 
JOHXSOX WILLIAM H.. 211 Moody (see 

page 17) 
McAllister Edward, 80 Lowell 
TRAIXOR BROS.. 703 Main (see Park 

Theatre diagram) 
TRUE CHARLE.S F.. 223 Moody (see p. 14) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE. 692 Main (see front 

cover i 
YOUXGSTROM ALFRED J.. 22 Middle (see 

page 17) 

Paper Hangings (Wall) 

FLOYD CHARLES A., 57 Francis (see p. 19) 
JOHXSOX WM. H., 211 Moody (see p. 17) 
McAllister Edward, 80 Lowell 
TRUE CHARLES F.. 223 Moody (see p. 14) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE. 692 Main (see front 
cover) 



Paper Manufacturers 

Roberts John <fc Son Co., South, near Weston 
line 

Patent Medicines 

(See Medicines.) 

BACON & SAWYER PHARMACY, 165 

Moody (see page 9) 
HALL & LYOX CO., 117 Moody (see front 
cover) 

Scandia Corporation, 587 Main 

Patterns (Paper) 

ADAMS P. P. (Universal), 133 to 139 Moody 

(see page 25) 
CEXTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 

Moody (see page 24} 

Pavers (Asphalt and Granolithic) 

SIMPSOX BROS. CORPORATIOX (166 
Devonshire. B.) (see back colored page) 

Pensions 

LATHROP A. J., 673 Main, room 4 (see 

page 44) 

Perfection Granite Roofing 

HOWE W. G. agent, rear 197% Moody (see 
page 16.) 

Perfumeries 

BACOX & SAWYER PHARMACY, 165 

Moody (see page 9) 
HALL AND LYOX CO., 117 Moody (see 

front coven 

Periodicals and School Supplies 
TRUE CHARLES F.. 223 Moody (see p. 14) 

Photographers 

Cunniff Thomas J.. 621 Main 
Fales F. L.. 131 Crescent 
Lemont Frank P., 3 Moody 
Merrill Arthur E.. 93 Moody 
Tisdell F. S.. 39 Moody 
Webster William A., Ill Moody 

Physicians 

^Members of the Massachusetts Medical 
Society. tMembers of the Massachusetts 
Homoeopathic Society. 

Adams Walter F.. 558 Main 
Bailey William H., 40 Bacon 
Baker William H., South st. 
Brock Charles F.. 253 Moody 
Caldwell Joseph D„ 94 Prospect 
*Chadwick Henry D.. 255 Moody 
"Collins Richard. 547 Main 



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I >H YSICIANS.— (Continued) 

*Cousens N. William, IT Crescent 

Daseombe Otho Lee, Walthani Hospital 

Day James A., 17 Spruce 

Dowd Edward F., 32 Common 

Doyle Frank H.. 738 Main 

fEmery W. Newell, 808 Main 

Ferguson Creigliton, 57 Crescent 

Fourtiu Edmund R. P., 749 Main 

Fuller Charles B., 751 Main 

Garland George F., 17 Cusliing 

*Greenwood Alien, 837 Main 

Hinchey Richard, 17 Fine 

*Hoyt Walter S., 10-1 Crescent 

'"Hutchinson Claribel M. Mrs., 814 Main 

Lanonoal Alfonse L., 116 Central 

Marshall Bertrand F., 1S8 Moody 

*MeCollester J. Q. A., 266 Moody 

*McCormick Cornelius J., Main, cor. Fiske 

Mosher Marshall J., 925 Main 

SEARS ELOISE A., 58 Adams, cor. Chest- 
nut, office hours until 9 A. M., 1 to 3, 
and usually evenings. Tel. connection 

Staples Hall, 233 Moody 

*Stiles Fred Merritt, 292 Moody 

Stone Arthur L., 50 Taylor 

Strickland Samuel P., 326 Moody 

Roark Hiram A., Lawrence bldg., room 2 
(osteopathic) 

Willis Charles A., 562 Main 

*Willis .John W., 562 Main 

*Wood Henry A., 751 Main 

* Worcester Alfred, 751 Main 

Worcester Edward, 7 Moody 

Piano and Furniture Movers 

BRAD'S EXPRESfc, 120 to 124 Moody (see 
page 25 t 

BURKE D. J., 116 Central, stand at Wal- 
thani Depot (see page 31) 

GIBBS EXPRESS CO., 106 Moody (see 
page 31) 

McDONALD'S EXPRESS, T. H. Dolliver, 
prop., 11 Moody (see page 22) 

Piano and Organ Tuners 

Bearce Fred T, 11 Moody 

Brown Edgar B., 120 Moody 

Hernandez Melquiades, 94 Robbins 

Holl H. Julius, 42 Adams 

Reed C. E., 53 Rich 

Thompson Herbert L., 120 Moody 

Pianos and Organs 

Bearce Fred T.. 11 Moody 
Potter & Stainforth, 222 Moody 
Thompson Herbert L.. 120 Moody 



Picks and Stone Tools 
GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 

Picture Framer 
TRUE C. F., 223 Moody (see page 14) 

Pictures and Picture Frames 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 

HOUSE, 594 Main (see back cover) 
Morgan Art Store, 29 Moody 
Webster W. A., Ill Moody 

Plasterers 

Halleran Thomas F., 87 Harvard 
Stankard John F., Pond-st. ct. 
Stankard John J., 73 Lexington 
Whelan P. J., 15 Calvary 

Plumbers 

Clahane John T., 13 Pine 

Cullen Thomas W. & Co., 41 Moody 

Hannify James L., 715 Main 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H. 58S Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 
Totman'E. & Co., 194 Moody 

Plumbers' Materials 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL. 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Pool Rooms 
RATTO G., 19 Lexington (see page 13) 

Portraits 

Webster William A., Ill Moody 

Poultry Breeder and Dealer 

Kirwin Walter J., off Sibley road, near 
Stony Brook 

Printers 

Adams John, 117 South 

Barry Ephraim L., Music Hall av. 

Bryson Ernest R., 645 Main 

Kensington Press, rear 85 Hall 

Kenny & Moody, 621 Main 

Leighton Charles H., 621 Main 

Sampson Charles E., 21 Crescent 

Varnev William S., 197% Moody 

WALTHAM EVENING NEWS, 13 Felton 

(see page 25") 
WALTHAM PUBLISHING CO., 126 Moody 

(see page 8) 

Private Schools 
MELLOR WILLIAM H., 12 Moody 
WALTHAM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, 

Walthani Trust Co., bldg., Moody (see 

page 24) 



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WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Produce 

Brown Alden T., Highland a v. 
BRUNSWICK GROCERY & PROVISION 

CO., 315 Moody (see page 21) 
Giddings Fred C, 697 Main 
Hull Joseph, 856 Main 

JUSTASON G. E., 16 Lexington (see p. 22) 
KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE) 347 

Moody (see front cover) 
Quinn Joseph M., 161 Moody 
Sutton Joseph M., Jr., 46 Francis 
SWAN C. H. & CO., 189 Moody (see p. 13) 
Whiting Phineas, 110 School 

Provisions (Wholesale) 

Armour & Co., 14 and 16 Felton 
Waltham Beef Co., 18 and 20 Felton 

Provisions (Retail) 

Bacon & Sargeant, 875 Main 

BRUNSWICK GROCERY AND PROVI- 
SION CO., 315 Moody (see page 21) 

Burke Francis G., 1 John 

Carter Lester J., 364 Moody. 

Cahill Michael. 181 School 

Dizer Bros., 269 Moody 

Estes' Market, 653 Main 

French E. L., 364 Moody 

Gately Bros. & Co., 503 and 723 Main 

Gibson Andrew J. & Co., 77 Prospect 

Glazier Walter E. & Co., 893 Main 

Harrington James F., 48 Charles 

Hull Moses A., 10 Francis 

Janes Bros., 87 Moody 

JUSTASON G. E., 16 Lexington (see p. 22) 

KENNEDY J. S. COMPANY (THE) 347 
Moody (see front cover) 

Moran Charles S., 12 Hammond 

Murdock F. C, 102 Bacon 

Murphy Humphrey D., 47 Fiske 

Murphy John R., 43 Fiske av. 

O'Brien James, 75 Oak 

Quinn Joseph M:, 161 Moody 

Quirk Patrick F., 62 Calvary 

Rooney William F., 15-17 Lexington 

Russell Geo. W., 403 Moody 

Ryan Bros., 90 Newton 

Stearns Bros., 199 Moody 

Taylor Pliny W., 249 School 

Tracy Thomas A., 64 Charles 

Vaughan E. H., 210 Moody 

Whittaker Herbert P.. 234 Moody 

Wright Charles R. & Co., 611 Main 

Pumps 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 



Punches and Dies 

Ames B. C. & Co., 21 Crescent 
WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, Newton, 
cor. Cutter (see page 30) 

Ranges 

GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see 
page 12) 

KIRWIN F. H., 588 Main (see page 2) 

TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

WALTHAMS CO-OPERATIVE "FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120 to 124 Moody and 1 to 
5 Pine (see page 25) 

Reading Rooms 

Young Women's Christian Association, 137% 
Moody 

Real Estate Agents 

BERGIN MICHAEL, 23 Common (see p. 10) 

Carey George W-, 14 Bacon 

DENNEN HOLLIS E., 179 Moody (see p. 11) 

Finnegan Joseph P., 11 Crescent 

Graves Edward K., 26 Cherry 

Guinan William, 673 Main 

JOHNSON WILLIAM H., 661 Main and 

211 Moody (see pages 11 and 17) 
MASON W. A., & SON, 631 Mass. av., Cam- 

bridgeport (see back colored page) 
ROBINSON JAMES F. & F. I., 637 Main 

(see Tremont Theatre diagram) 
SHERMAN HENRY P., 593 Main and 27 

Liberty 
TOLMAN BRADSHAW S., 621 Main, room 

B (see page 11) 
TOLMAN JOHN A., 621 Main 
VILES DANIEL F. & CO., 637 Main (see 

page 26) 
WALKER E. A., 637 Main (see page 10) 

Refrigerators 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 

(see page 70) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 

Restaurants 

(See also Dining Rooms.) 

Bell J. G., 149 Adams 
Brackett L. S., 6 Common 
Branden C. C. & Bros., 204 Prospect 
Dore E. Mrs., 7 Cushing 
Lynn Harry I., 114 Moody 
McTernan M. Mrs.. 743 Main 
Marsh W. W., 235 Prospect 
Phelps Albert L., 151 Adams 
Quinobin Cafe, 235 Prospect 
Wilkins Bert W., 11 Pine 
Willey Nelson A., 613 Main 



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Ribbons, Flowers, Etc 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 
Moody (see page 24) 

Roofers 

Carr F. C. (tin), 561 Main 

Carr George H. (gravel), 44 Russell 

Conley John A., 29 Gorham 

HYNBS JOHN H. & CO., 43 Cedar (see p. 18) 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIYAL, 154 Moody (see 

see page 3) 

Roofing Materials 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIYAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Roses, Pinks, Violets, Etc 

GEER E. A. MRS., 98 Chestnut (see back 

cover 
GOINSALYOS ROBERT L., 98 Chestnut 

(see back coven 
SILMAN JAMES T., 178 Moody (see back 

cover) 

Safe and Machinery Movers 

BRAD'S EXPRESS, 120 to 124 Moody (see 

page 25) 
MCDONALD'S EXPRESS, T. H. Dolliver, 

prop., 11 Moody (see page 22) 

Sanitarium 

SOMERYILLE SANITARIUM CO., 16 Aus- 
tin, East Soinerville (see page 20) 

Savings Bank 

WALTHAM SAYINGS BANK, Enos T. 
Luce, pres., Charles F. Stone, treas., 
Savings Bank bldg., 702 Main (see p. 26) 

School Supplies 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see page 5) 
TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see front 

cover) 
TRUE C. F., 223 Moody (see page 14) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 

Schools (Private) 

Audet J. A. (music), 3 Moody, rooms 47 

and 48 
MELLOR WILLIAM H. (shorthand and 

typewriting), 12 Moody 
Notre Dame Manual Training, 60 Newton 



SCHOOLS (PRIYATE)— (Continued) 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 

H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see p. 7) 
Waltham New Church School, Lexington, 

beyond Beaver 
WALTHAM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

(THE) Waltham Trust Co. bldg., Moody 

(see page 24) 
Waltham Training School for Nurses, rear 

716 Main 

Screw Manufacturers 
Waltham Screw Co., Edgar F. Viles, mngr., 
Rumford av., Crescent Park 

Seeds 

HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 
TAYLOR «fc PERCIYAL, 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Sewing Machines 

Potter & Stainforth, 222 Moody 
Singer Sewing Machine Co. (The), Arthur 
M. Wellman, mngr., 177 Moody 

Sheathing and Flooring 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Shingles, Lumber, Etc (Cypress) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Shoe Buckles, Rivets and Studs 

Thomson Judson L. Mnfg. Co., off South, 
Roberts Crossing 

Shoe Findings 

Brown John A., 175 School 

TOWNE W. N.. 149 Moody (see front cover) 

Sidewalks and Driveways 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Silver and Plated Ware 

Houghton C. J., 4 Moody 
JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 
Waltham Jewelry Co., 183 Moody 

Skirts, Suits, Etc 

SIMONS P. & CO., Mercantile bldg., rms. 

10-11 (see Boston Theatre diagram) 
THE A. & P. SKIRT CO. (manufacturers 

and dealers), Lawrence building, room 

10 (see page 40) 

Slate, Copper, Tin & Gravel Roofers 
HYNES JOHN H. & CO., 43 Cedar (see p. 18) 



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Small Wares 

ADAMS P. P., 133 to 139 Moody (see p. 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb., 
prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 

Soda and Mineral Water Manufactur- 
ers 

Moore George B., Massasoit, near Beaver 
Brook 

Special Commissioner 

ACTON AMY F., 58 Adams and (548 Tre- 
mont bldg., B.) (see page 42) 

Spectacles and Eyeglasses 

Houghton C. J., 4 Moody 
JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 
Marshall R. G., 3 Moody 
Simmons F. P., 333 Moody 
Waltham Jewelry Co., 183 Moody 

Sporting Goods 

Waltham Sporting Goods Co., 212 Moody 
Stable and Cellar Floors 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Stables (Livery, Boarding and Sale) 

Brock W. H., rear 58 Walnut 

Caswell William J., 20 Cross 

CLARK GEORGE A., rear 179 Moody' (see 

page 22) 
Kelley John B., 701 Main 
KENDALL LEVI J., 33 Crescent (see p. 22) 
KIR WIN GRAFTOX E., 6 Kirwin's ct., 

rear 641 Main (see page 15) 
Mooney P. & Sons, 28-34 Exchange 
Prospect House (boarding), Thomas Cox, 

prop., 881 Main 
Riverside Stables, 87% Moody 
WELLINGTON F. D. 2d, 30-32 Elm, near 

F. R. R. station (see page 21) 

Stage Line 

KENDALL LEVI J., 33 Crescent (see p. 22) 

Stationery 

BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see p. 5) 

Hogan M. A. & Son, 601 Main 

Morgan Art Store, 29 Moody 

TOWNE WARREN N., 149 Moody (see front 

cover) 
TRUE CHARLES F.. 223 Moody (see p. 14) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 



Steam Engineer 

HOBBS GEORGE E., 104 Felton (see p. 30) 

Steam and Gas Fitters 

Gallagher Matthew F., 561 Main 
KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
Stearns Watson, 093 Main 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 
Wellcome Frank D., 11 Charles 

Steam and Hot Water Heating 

KIRWIN F. H., 588 Main (see page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 
WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71 and 73 

Felton (see page 4) 

Steamship Ticket Agent 

Guinan William, 673 Main, room 2 
Stenographers and Typewriters 

Edmonds Jennie L., 23 Barton 
MELLOR WILLIAM H„ 12 Moody 

Stone Contractor 

COOLIDGE JOHN J., 42 Lexington (see 
back cover) 

Stone Tools 

GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 

Storage 

GIBBS EXPRESS CO., 106 Moody (see p. 31) 
WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120-124 Moody and 5 Pine 
(see page 25) 
WALTHAM STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO., 
G. E. Kirwin, manager, 6 Kirwin's ct. 
(see page 15) 

Stoves, Furnaces, Etc 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 
HOUSE, 594-596 Main (see back cover) 

Codyer & Cavanaugh, 727 Main 

Cullen Thomas W. Co., 41 Moody 

GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see 
page 12) 

KIRWIN FREDERICK H.. 588 Main (see 
page 2) 

TAYLOR <fc PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 
page 3) 

Totman E. & Co., 194 Moody 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., 120 to 124 Moody (see p. 25) 

WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO. (gas stoves), 
684 Main (see page 5) 



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Straw Matting 

CLARKSON'S LOW PRICE FURNITURE 

HOUSE, 594 Main (see back cover) 
EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, 151 Moody (see p. 12) 

Surveyors 

MASON W. A. & SON, 631 Mass., av., Cam- 
bridgeport (see back colored page) 

Tailors 

(See Merchant Tailors.) 
Allan William, 9 Crescent 
Bloomberg Carl D., 28 Moody 
DENNISON LYMAN O., 694 Main and (87 

Summer, B.) (see page 25) 
Gillan A., 156 Bacon 

GREENBERG ABE, 236 Moody (see p. 24) 
Levine Israel, 228 Moody 
Mayne William, 854 Main 
McNamara Thomas J., 695 Main 
Mendelsohn C. M., 293 Crescent 
Nersesian S. G. & A. G, 592 Main 
O'Connell David, 637 Main 
SANDERS S., 126 Moody ( see page 8) 
Sheer Abe H., 8 Lexington 
Simon Max, 365 Moody 
SIMONS P. & CO., 10-11 Mercantile bldg. 

(ladies') (see Boston Theatre diagram) 
THE A. & P. SKIRT CO., Lawrence bldg., 

room 10 (ladies') (see page 40) 

Tanks and Vats 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO.( THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Tar (Coal) 

NATIONAL COAL TAR CO., 297 Franklin, 
B. (see back cover) 

Teas, Coffees and Spices 

BRUNSWICK GROCERY & PROVISION 
CO., 315 Moody (see page 21) 

Grand Union Tea Co., 91 Moody 

Hennelly Thomas H., 220 River 

JUSTASON G. E., 16 Lexington (see p. 22) 

KENNEDY J. S. CO. (THE), 347 Moody 
(see front cover) 

McCnllongh William I., Waverly, L. P. 

Steams Bros., 199 Moody 

Teachers 

(Dancing.) 
Walters George F., 349 Moody 

(Music.) 
Adams Carrie L. Mrs. (piano), 92 Maple 
Archambanlt Laura L., 325 Newton 
Archibald Fred W., Greenwood av. 



TEACHERS (MUSIC)— (Continued) 

Barker William A., 90 Myrtle 
Bnrnham L. Estelle, 36 Beech 
Clark Ella A., 92 Brown 
Clark George A., 216 Brown 
Cloyes May L., 40 Orange 
Drake M. Estella (piano), 194 Adams 
Emerson Alice L. (piano), 489 Main 
Farwell Charlotte F., 100 Central 
Fisher Albert H., 22 Maple 
Gill Ellen A. (piano), 261 Crescent 
Greene xVlice, 72 Hall 
Hague Harry (violin), 99 Adams 
Haley Caroline, 215 Adams 
Hallett Charlotte M. (piano), Worcester lane 
Hennelly Catherine G. (piano), 78 Russell 
Hennelly John J., 78 Russell 
Hernandez A. H. Mrs., 94 Robbins 
Hernaudez M., 94 Robbins 
Leonard Annie M. (piano), 39 Floyd 
Leslie Emma .T. Mrs., 14 Taylor 
Phinney Edith E. Mrs. (vocal and instru- 
mental), 18 Townsend 
Reed Clarence E. (piano and organ), 53 Rich 
Ricker Charles P. (guitar, mandolin and 

banjo), 220 Ash 
Rogers Anna L. (piano), 216 Brown 
Stankard K. M., 84 Pond (oratory) 
Star buck Ella L. (violin), 32 Newton 
Starbuck Walter F. (piano), 43 Lexington 
Stowell Martha A. Mrs. (piano and organ), 

3 Union 
Upham William W.. 245 Charles 
Walker Albert L. (organ and vocal), 673 

Main 
Weeks Alice Mrs. (vocal), 7 Moody 
Wildman Hari-iet E., 57 Bedford (violin) 
Winslow Almira E. (piano), 111 Chestnut 

(Watchmaking.) 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 

H. Swain, pro])., 78 Crescent (see p. 7) 

Teamsters 

BRADS EXPRESS, 120 to 124 Moody (see 

page 25) 
BURKE DAVID J., 116 Central (see p. 31) 
Crafts W. D.. Charles st. 
GIBBS EXPRESS CO., 106 Moody (see p. 31) 
MALOY PATRICK & SON, 87 Bacon (see 

page 31) 
MCDONALD'S EXPRESS, 11 Moody (see 

page 22) 
Quirk James J., 263 River 

Telegraph Offices 

Western Union Telegraph, Waltham R. R. 
station 



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Telephone Companies 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH CO., Bank bldg., 2 Lex- 
ington, branches B. & M. R. R. passen- 
ger station, Main, cor. Prospect, Beaver 
Brook station, Roberts station, Stony 
Brook station, J. G. Burgin, Woerd av., 
1ST, 165 and 367 Moody, 212 Newton, 
677 Main, 221 Felton, Main, cor. Moody, 
E. M. Smith, Main, cor. Common, 179 
Willow, Waltham Canoe Club (see p. 29) 

Tents, Awnings and Flags 

Bigham Ed., 24 Sharon 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234 State 
(see opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

Theatre 

Waltham Theatre, 15 and 16 Elm 

Ticket Agents 

RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO., 306 Wash- 
ington (see page 9) 

Tiling 

LALLY PATENT COLUMN CO., Beaver 
Brook Station' and (151 Congress, B.i 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Timber (Hard Pine and Cypress) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 16G 

Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers 

KIR WIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Tinsmiths 

Carr Frank C, 561 Main 

Cullen Thomas W., estate, 41 Moody 

KIR WIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Toilet Articles 

BACON & SAWYER, PHARMACY (THE), 

165 Moody (see page 9) 
HALL & LYON CO., 117 Moody (see front 

cover) 
JENKINS ELIZABETH F. MRS., 137% 

Moody (see page 9) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 



Tool Manufacturers (Watch & Fine) 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Elm, opp. 

Benefit (see page 6) 
AMES B. C. & CO., 21 Crescent 
GIFFORD FRED C, 21 Crescent (see p. 20) 
STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 

page 7) 
STEWART S. A., rear 85 Hall 
WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, Newton, 

cor. Cutter (see page 30) 

Tours 

RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO., 306 Wash- 
ington (see page 9) 

Toys 
BALL ELLA S. MRS., 609 Main (see page 5} 

Trunks, Valises, Etc. 

CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., 107 to 115 

Moody (see page 24) 
CROSBY HARNESS CO., 176 Moody (see 

page 31) 
KELLY GEORGE I. & CO., 143 Moody (see 

page 25) 
Maynard Frank, 696 Main 
Stone William B., 694 Main 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 692 Main (see front 

cover) 

. Trust Companies 

WALTHAM TRUST CO., Waltham Trust 
Co.'s bldg., Moody (see page 4) 

Trustee of Estates 

TOLMAN BRADSHAW S., 621 Main (see 
page 11) 

Twine 

EATON ALBERT M., 233 Bacon (see p. 8) 

Umbrellas and' Canes 

Gaffney Cornelius (repairer), 26% Cross 

Undertakers 

BERGIN MICHAEL, 23 Common (see p. 10) 
COOLIDGE & STRAUCH, 200 Moody (see 

page 70) 
GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 708 Main 

(see page 70) 
KIRWIN GRAFTON E., 6 Kirwin's ct, rear 

641 Main (see page 15) 
Mooney John J., 28-34 Exchange 
0SBORN GEORGE W., 627 Main 
Reade Agatha M. Mrs., 22 Common 
Roberts Douglas J., cor. Highland 
SPOONER & CLARK, 158 Moody (see p. 70) 
Wilson Thomas S., 27 Elm 



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235 



Upholsterers 

Barrett James, 372 River 

CLARKSON JOHN H., 594 Main (see back 

cover) 
Clay Alfred C, 8 Union 
SPOONER & CLARK, 158 Moody (see p. 70) 
Taber W. H., 567 Main 

Upholstery Goods 
EMERSON WARREN F., 15 Elm (see p. 25) 

Valve Manufacturers 

DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG-. CO., Foundry 
av. (see page 6) 

Variety Stores 

Barish Barnet, 591 Main 
Bruce Alice A., 6 Hammond 
Cronin J. P., 95 Moody 
Dunleavey Sarah A., 569 Main 
Flynn Julia A., 202 Moody 
Hogan M. A. & Son, 601 Main 
O'Sbea Catherine, 189 Newton 
Olson Lai's (Scan.), 41 Spruce 
Porter Maud Mrs., 77 Prospect 

Varnish and Japan 

DWINELL C. H., 707 Main (see front cover) 
POOLE C. A., 7 Elm (see page 19) 

Veterinary Surgeons 

Peterson William E., 16 Lyman 
Wallingford Pell F., 476 Main 

Wall Paper and Mouldings 

JOHNSON WILLIAM H., 211 Moody (see 

pages 11 and 17) 
TRUE C. F., 223 Moody (see page 14) 

Watch and Clock Machinery 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Elm, opp. 

Benefit (see page 6) 
STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 

page 7) 
WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, Newton, 

cor. Cutter (see page 36) 

Watch and Clock Repairers 

Eagan John J., 3 Moody, room 5 

Houghton Comeiins J., 4 Moody 

Humphrey O. H., 103 Moodv 

JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 
H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see page 7) 

Waltham Jewelry Co., 183 Moody 



Watch Dial Manufacturers 

O'Hara Waltham Dial Co., Rumford av., 
Crescent Park 

Watches, Jewelry, Etc. 

Houghton C. J., 4 Moody 
Humphrey O. H., 103 Moody 
JOHNSON ROBERT B., 663 Main (see un- 
der Hollis Street Theatre diagram) 
Waltham Jewelry Co., 183 Moody 

Watchmakers' School 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 
H. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see page 7.) 

Watchmakers' Tools (Manufacturers) 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO.. Elm, opp. 

Benefit (see page 6i 
Aunne Ole O., 212 Moody 
STARK TOOL CO., 218 to 224 Moody (see 

page 7) 
WALTHAM MACHINE WORKS, Newton, 

cor. Cutter (see page 30) 

Watch Manufacturers 

AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH CO., 
Crescent, E. C. Fitch, pres., Royal 
Robbins, treasurer, 373 Washington, B. 
(see page 7) 

E. Howard Watch Co., E. R. Snow, general 
inngr., Charles, cor. South 

WALTHAM HOROLOGICAL SCHOOL, E. 
B. Swain, prop., 78 Crescent (see p. 7) 

Water Conductors 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Watertight Cellars 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Weather Strips 

DWINELL CHARLES H., 707 Main (see 

front cover) 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 

Weather Vane Manufacturers 
Cushing L. W. & Sons, rear 29 Moody 

Wedding Cake 

HATHA WAY'S BAKERY. C. A. Saunders, 
manager. 769 Main (see page 23) 

MACKINLAY'S HIGH CLASS BAKERY, 
221 Moody (see page 13) 

MACKINLAY SAMUEL, 221 Moody (see 
page 13) 



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Wedding Decorations 

GEER E. A. MRS., 98 Chestnut (see back 

cover) 
GOINSALYOS ROBERT L., 98 Chestnut 

(see back cover) 
PIETY CORNER CONSERVATORIES, 

Worcester lane (see page 46) 
SILMAN JAMES T., 178 Moody (see back 

cover) 

Wheelbarrows 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 

Wheelwrights 

Cutting Benjamin L., Forest, near Trapelo 

road 
Evans Thomas, 7 Water 
LIDSTONE S. S., 400 Main (see page 18) 
Mtdlen James, Music Hall av. 
Ohnemus Andrew, 14 Spring 
Parkrnan Thomas, Music Hall av. 
WRIGHT FRANK T., 207 Lexington (see 

page 18) 

Whiteners and Colorers 

YOUNGSTROM ALFRED J., 22 Middle 
(see page 17) 

Window and Door Frames 
DWINELL C. H., 707 Main (see front cover) 

Window and Door Screens 

DWINELL, C. H.,707 Main (see front cover) 
HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 
SPOONER & CLARK. 158 Moody (see page 
70) 

Window Shades and Fixtures 

EMERSON WARREN P., 15 Elm (see page 
25) 

Windows, Doors and Blinds 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 



Wire Lathers 

WHITE EDWARD F., 26 Exchange (see 
page 17) 

Wood 

(See coal and wood.) 

CARNEY J. COAL CO., 70 Calvary (see 

page 70) 
Frost G. Frank, 33 and 35 Moody 
NEW ENGLAND COAL CO., Pryor Fulton, 

prop., Newton, opp. depot, 179 Moody 

and 609 Main (see back cover) 
WALTHAM COAL CO., office 663 Main, 

yard New Elm, near the bridge, F. P. 

Rutter, manager (see front cover) 
WATCH CITY ICE AND FUEL CO., F. A. 

Brown & Co.. props., 101 River (see 

page 14) 

Wood Lathers 

WHITE EDWARD F., 26 Exchange (see 
page 17) 

Wooden Ware 

HIGGINS J. A., 679 Main (see page 12) 
KIRWIN FREDERICK H., 588 Main (see 

page 2) 
TAYLOR & PERCIVAL, 154 Moody (see 

page 3) 

Woolen Goods 
DENNISON L. O., 694 Main (see page 25) 

Worsteds, Yarns, Etc 

ADAMS P. P., 133, 135 and 137 Moody (see 

page 25) 
CENTRAL DRY GOODS CO., C. S. Cobb, 

prop., 107 to 115 Moody (see page 24) 

Wrought Iron Worker 

GIFFORD FRED C. 21 Crescent (see page 
20) 



WALTHAM CITY GOVERNMENT 

1 o o ^ 



MAYOR— JOHN L. HARVEY. 



Aldermen — George D. Thomas, President. 

At Large— Ward 1, Frank T. Wright; Ward 
2, John E. Whitcomb; Ward 3, Robert B. 
Somers; Ward 4. John H. Marcy; Ward 
5, George D. Thomas; Ward 6, Waldron 
E. Sawyer; Ward 7, David A. S. Barker. 

From Wards— Ward 1, Martin F. Carney; 
Rnfus E. Lord; Ward 2. Grafton E. Kir- 
win, Edward Wellington; Ward 3, Frank 
H. Cunnare, James T. Riley; Ward 4, 
Frank L. Barnes, Charles A. Foster; 
Ward 5, George A. Fiel, Frank E. Wells; 
Ward 6, Frank L. Howe, Hanson Rayner; 
Ward 7, Andrew Rrophy, Alfred A. Jones. 

Clerk of the Board of Aldermen — Luman 
N. Hall. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

City Clerk, Luman N. Hall. 

City Treasurer and Collector of Taxes, Al- 
fred W. Tarbell. 

.Auditor of Accounts, Charles F. Allen. 

City Solicitor, Charles E. Stearns. 

City Engineer, Bertram Brewer. 

City Physician, Walter S. Hoyt. 

City Messenger, George M. Hudson. 

Inspector of Wires, John T. Pownall. 

Inspector of Buildings, Samuel Patch. 

Inspector of Provisions, William E. Peter- 
son. 

Superintendent of Sewers, Bertram Brewer. 

Superintendent of Streets, Richard A. Jones. 

Superintendent of Water Works, Laroy 
Brqwn. 

Superintendent of Public Buildings, Samuel 
Patch. 

Water Registrar, Laroy Brown. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, Willis W. 
Clarke. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 
John L. Harvey, Mayor, Chairman (ex- 
officio); Winfred N. Emery, Clarence F. 
French, Herbert E. Jones, George S. Al- 
den, Henry A. Wood, Samuel L. Ryan, 
Charles F. Smith, John Stark, Samuel 
Friebe. 



George S. Alden, Representative to Alder- 
men. 

William D. Parkinson. Superintendent of 
Schools and Secretary of Committee. 



BOARD OF ASSESSORS 
Bradshaw S. Tolman, Chairman; Michael 
T. Connolly, Frederick P. Rutter. 



ASSISTANT ASSESSORS. 
Ward 1, James A. McGlinchey: Ward 2, 
John A. Tolman: Ward 3. Michael Wha- 
len; Ward 4, William E. Allen: Ward 5, 
Edward L. Jackson; Ward 6, George E. 
Dolber: Ward 7, John E. Harris. 



BOARD OF OVERSEERS OF POOR. 

Isaac F. Warren, Chairman; John W. Ek- 

wall, William H. Baker, M. D. 
Rollins H. Swett, Clerk of Board. 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

William P. Barrel, Chairman; Samuel P. 
Strickland, M. D., Thomas J. Monahan, 
Matthew B. King, Albert P. Williams. 

A. Lincoln Moody, Inspector of Plumbing. 



DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Nathan Warren, Chairman: Christine Ful- 
ton, William D. Parkinson. Michael J. 
Connolly, Joseph E. Mitchell, Thomas H. 
Rollinson. Mary E. Bill, Librarian; Anna 
Warner, Assistant. 



BOARD OF CEMETERY COMMIS- 
SIONERS. 
William R. Sawtelle, Chairman; Leonard 
Greene, Clerk; Willis W. Clarke, Robert 
B. Johnson, William Roberts, Charles 
M. Bodge. 



BOARD OF FIRE ENGINEERS. 
Freeman C. Hodgdon, Chief: George L. 
Johnson, First Assistant and Clerk; Ed- 
ward H. Bull, Second Assistant. 



COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUNDS. 
Thomas H. Armstrong, Chairman; G. Frank 
Frost, Charles H. Moulton. 



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WALTHAM MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS. 
Ephraim Stearns, Chairman; A. Hun Berry, 
Prank L. Preble, Elijah S. Anderson, 
Ptolemy P. Adams. 



Park; Box No. 27, High street, opposite 
Hall street. 



TRUSTEES OF LELAND CHARITY 
FUND. 

John E. Soper, Ann D. Adams, George S. 
Alden, and the Overseers of the Poor (ex- 
officiis.) 



BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS. 

Clarence F. French, Chairman; James P. 
Murphy, William F. Rooney. 



BOARD ON PRINTING AND STATION- 
ERY. 

City Clerk, Chairman; City Treasurer, City 
Auditor, ex-officiis. 



REGISTRARS OF VOTERS. 
William A. Adams, Chairman; John H. Mur- 
ray, Richard Steele, Luman N. Hall, 
Clerk. 



CHIEF OF POLICE— James H. McKenna; 
Sergeant, Clayton H. Taft; Inspector, 
William P. McKenna. 



LOCATION OF POLICE SIGNAL BOXES. 

No. 1 Circuit — Box No. 12, corner Main and 
Moody streets; Box No. 14, corner Charles 
and Water streets: Box No. 15, corner 
Felton and Harvard streets; Box No. 16, 
Roberts Crossing, South street; Box No. 
IT, corner Main and Hammond streets. 

No. 2 Circuit- — Box No. 21, Beaver street 
near Waverley Oaks road; Box No. 35, 
corner Church and Summer streets: Box 
No. 37, corner Forest street and Trapelo 
road; Box No. 51, Lincoln street, near Lake 
street; Box No. 52, Winter street, near 
Locust street; Box No. 53, corner School 
and Exchange streets; Box No. 54, corner 
Bacon and Lexington streets. 

No. 3 Circuit — Box No. 31, Beaver Brook 
Depot; Box No. 32, corner Newton and 
River streets; Box No. 34, corner River 
and Willow streets; Box No. 42. corner 
Newton and Ash streets; Box No. 45, cor- 
ner Newton and Taylor streets. 

No. 4 Circuit— Box No. 36, R. R. Station, 
Carter street; Box No. 23, corner Pine 
and Moody streets; Box No. 24, corner 
Crescent and Maple streets; Box No. 25, 
Moody street, near Wadsworth avenue; 
Box No. 26, Woerd avenue. Crescent 



LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES.* 

12 Moody street Fire Station. 

*13 Moody street, opposite Spruce. 

14 Adams and Maple streets. 

15 Crescent street, opp. A. W. W. Co. 
*16 Moody and Robbins streets 

*17 High and Hall streets . 

18 Pine and Gardner streets. 

19 Cedar and Oak streets. 
112 Taylor and Lowell streets. 

*113 Crescent street, opp. Hotel Crescent 

114 Crescent and Walnut streets. 

115 Woerd avenue and Martyn street. 

116 Crescent and Adams streets. 

117 Lowell and Ash streets. 

118 Electric Light Station. 

119 Newton and Chestnut streets. 
151 Rumford avenue, O'Hara Dial Co. 

161 Moody and Derby streets. 

162 Adams and Brown streets. 

171 Newton and Myrtle streets. 

172 Lowell street and Washington ave. 

173 Robbins and Newton streets. 
181 Newton and Benefit streets. 

191 Calvary street, opposite Flood. 

192 Farwell and Calvary streets. 

*23 Moody street, crossing Fitchburg R.R. 

24 Charles and Fountain streets. 

*25 Main and Bacon streets. 

26 Main and South streets. 

27 Charles and Prospect streets. 

28 Roberts' Paper Mills. 

29 Stony Brook, opposite Hemenway's. 

225 Main and Spring streets. 

226 Main and Stowe streets. 



*Keyless Boxes. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief of Police— James H. McKenna. 

Sergeant of Police— Clayton H. Taft. 

Inspector of Police. William P. McKenna. 

Patrolmen— James J. Bryant, James W. 
Carney, Charles E. Cater, Lawrence J. 
McCarthy, Richard Currin, Henry W. 
Peabody. Charles E. Backman, Thomas 
L. Y. Tully, William H. Mogan, Peter J. 
Tracey. Horace E. Eastman. William H. 
Gammon, Patrick B. Graney. Lucius T. 
Bemis, William F. Jones. Driver of Pa- 
trol Wagon. 

Constables — William P. McKenna, John H. 
Brown. Charles F. Chase. George E. Dol- 
ber, William F. Cheney, George Y. Hil- 
dreth. Michael H. Lynch. William W. 



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239 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

(Continued) 

Bryant, John A. Tollman. Edward T. Pea- 
body. 



Stearns, 
Edgar H. 



Johnson, 
Bull, 2d 

Captain; 
Coffin, J 
James 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Board of Fire Engineers — Office, Central 
Fire Station, Lexington street. Freeman 
C. Hodgdon, Chief: George L. 
1st Asst. and Clerk; Edward H. 
Asst. 

Fire Police — Watson 
William W. Bryant, 
Y. Marden, Theodore K. Holbrook, 
R. Wright, Arthur L. Hill. 

Steam Fire Engine Company, No. 1 — 
Moody, near Maple street, Henry F. 
Smith, Captain; Charles T. Davis, Engine- 
man: George W. Rogers, Engine Driver; 
William E. Hill, Hose Driver. 

Hose Company, No. 1 — School avenue. 
Lewis G. Tracy, Captain; J. H. Handy, 
Driver. 

Engine Company, No. 2 — Lexington street, 
C. A. Higgins, Captain: A. H. Parks, 
Engine; Charles Giddings, Driver. 

Hose Company, No. 3 — Moody, near Maple 
street, W. I. Richardson, Captain; An- 
drew J. Wbeeler, Driver. 

Hose Company, No. 4 — Prospect street, cor. 
Russell, J. F. Whitcomb, Captain; Avard 
E. Gray, Driver. 

Hook and Ladder Company , No. 1 — Lexing- 
ton street, Edward T. Jewett. Captain; 
Edward Fisher, Driver. 

Ladder Company, No. 2 — Moody street, near 
Maple, Peter Pendlebury, Captain; 
Michael Hardyman, Driver. 

Chemical Engine, No. 1 — Lexington street, 
Albert W. Bullock, Captain; E. L. Neal, 
Hosenian; Frederick A. Dauncey. Driver. 

Supply Wagon, No. 1 — Moody street, near 
Maple, Herbert L. Willey, Driver. 



Public Schools 

SCHOOL BOARD, 1905.— Hon. John L. 
Harvey, Chairman: George S. Alden, 
Representative to the Board of Aldermen; 
William D. Parkinson, Clerk; Clarence 
F. Fi-ench. Winfred N. Emery, Herbert 
E. Jones, Samuel L. Ryan. Charles F. 
Smith, Henry A. Wood, George S. Alden, 
Samuel Fi-iebe. John Stark, 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS— Wm. 
D. Parkinson. Office, High School Build- 
ing. This office is always open during 
business hours. The superintendent may 
•be found there within the following hours: 



4 to 5 P. M., except Thursday and Satur- 
day. Tuesday and Friday, 8 to 9 A. M. 
Wednesday, 7.30 to 8 P. M. Office Assis- 
tant, Caroline S. Doe. 

BANKS, Main, cor. South— S. Caroline 
Peabody, Principal. 

BRADSHAW-STEARNS, High streeft— 
Albert Candlin, Master. 

CHAUNCEY-NEWHALL Charles, cor. 

Prospect — Stella W. Mayo, Principal. 

HIGH SCHOOL— Willis L. Eaton, Master. 
Arthur N. Burke, Sub-Master. 

JOHN-ROBERTS, Roberts' Crossing- 
Edith G. Webber, Principal. 

JONATHAN B. BRIGHT, Bright street- 
Louise M. Wilde, Principal. 

LOWELL, Newton street— Emma L. H. 

White, Principal. 
^S'ORTH GRAMMAR, cor. Lexington and 
School — Bradford W. Drake. Master. 

POND, End Winter street— Elen M. Jones, 
Principal. 

ROYAL E. ROBBINS, Chestnut street— 
Myra E. Metcalf, Principal. 

SETH BEMIS, Orange street— Sarah A. 
Wall, Principal. 

SOUTH GRAMMAR, High street— Albert 
Candlin, Master. 

THOMAS HILL, Main, cor. Heard— Carrie 
M. Leonard, Principal. 

THOMAS R. PLYMPTON, Hazel, near 
Bacon— Susan M. Warren, Principal. 

WALTHAM MANUAL TRAINING 
SCHOOL, Charles street. 



Churches 

BETH EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, Maple, 
near Moody — W. H. Dyas, Pastor. 

CHRIST CHURCH (Episcopal I, 754 Main- 
Rev. F. E. Webster, Rector. 

CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR (Univ. 
Society of Walthaml, Main, near Grant. 
Rev. F. A. Taylor, Pastor. 

CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION (Episco- 
pal). Moody, cor. High — Rev. F. A. Reeve, 
Pastor. 

FIRST BAPTIST, Charles, cor. Moody, 
organized 1852 — Rev. F. B. Greuel, Pas- 
tor. 

FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL, Asbury 
Temple, Main street, cor. Moody — Rev. 
Levi W. Staples, Pastor. 

FIRST PARISH CHURCH (Congregational 
Unitarian), Church, cor. School — Rev. 
Chas. A. Place, Pastor. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, Alder, corner 
Beech — Rev. J. F. Langton, Pastor. 



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WALTHAM MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



CHURCHES. 

(Continued) 

IMMANUEL METHODIST EPISCOPAL, 

Moody, cor. Cherry — Rev. Jesse Wagner, 

Pastor. 
ST. JOSEPH'S (French Catholic), Central, 

opp. Jackson — Rev. P. H. Grenier, Pastor. 
ST. MARYS (Roman Catholic), School 

street — Rev. Timothy Brosnahan, Pastor. 

Rev. David F. Regan, Rev. P. J. Foley, 

Rev. John A. Daley, Asst. Pastors. 
SWEDISH CONGREGATIONAL, Main 

street, near Moody. 
SWEDISH LUTHERAN (Bethlehem), 

River, cor. Jackson — Rev. E. J. Peterson, 

Pastor. 
TRINITARIAN CONGREGATIONAL, 

Main street, above Moody — Rev. C. E. 

Harrington, Pastor. 
WALTHAM SOCIETY OF THE NEW 

JERUSALEM CHURCH, Lexington 

street — Benjamin Worcester, Leader. J. 

R. Worcester, Clerk. John Daboll, Treas. 



Societies 

A. O. U. W. (Relief Association)— Charles 
J. Adcock, President. George E. Mac- 
kenzie, Secretary and Treasurer. 

A. O. U. W. (Watch City Lodge)— Hugh J. 
Donnelly, Financier. William Silman, 
Receiver. Thomas H. Ormond, Recorder. 

A. O. U. W. (Waltham Lodge, No. 26)— 
Chnrles S. Hammond, Financier. Geo. 
E. Dolber, 'Receiver. Charles J. Adcock, 
Recorder. 

ELECTA CHAPTER O. E. S., No. 19— 
Mrs. N. M. Lyon, Secretary. Mrs. Martha 
Blake, Treasurer. 

G. A. R. (E. P. H. Rogers Post, No. 29)— 
Samuel Patch, Com. T. F. Mansfiejld, 
Chaplain. Thomas Glancy, Adj. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF HEPTASOPHS 
(Waltham Conclave, No. 5-11 ) — William 
H. Sawtelle, Sec. Geo. S. Peck, Finan- 
cier. N. D. Johnson, Treas. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN (Quin- 
obequin Tribe, No. 36)— Wm. P. Locke, 
Prophet. Hanson Raynor, Sachem. 
Thomas Glancy, Chief of Records. 

MASONIC (Adoniram Council R. & S. M.) 
— Henry P. Buneher, Treas. Hollis E. 
Dennen, Recorder. 

MASONIC (Isaac Parker Lodge)— O. V. 
Moore, W. M. A. F. Hurd, J. W. H. S. 
Hartwell, Sec. 

MASONIC (Monitor Lodge) —Frank O. 
Locke, W. M. Robert B. Johnson, Sen. 



Warden. C. N. Brodrick, Jun. Warden. 
Alonzo S. Locke, Sec. C. H. Parks, Tyler. 

MASONIC (Waltham Royal Arch. Chapter) 
— Jacob J. S. Peterson, ex- High Priest. 
Orlow V. Moore, King. Arthur H. Paul, 
Scribe. L. N. Hall, Treas. S. Friebe, 
Secy. 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS— C. J. Mc- 
Bride, G. K. James Mullen, D. G. K. 
P. J. Dovd, F. S. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR (Waltham Lodge, 
No 373) — George S. Alden, Treas. C. O. 
Morrill, F. R. 

KNIGHTS OF MALTA (La Valette Com- 
mandery, No. 227) — Charles F. True, Sir 
K. Commander. D. C. Edwardson, Gen. 
E. W. Harvey, Capt. Gen. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS (Norumbega 
Lodge, No. 80) — S. W. Phinney, Secretary; 
Charles Bond, Treasurer. 

JvNTGHTS OF PYTHIAS (Charles River 
Co., No. 38)— Capt, John T. Pownell. 
1st Lieut., E. P. Washburne; Recorder, 
II. L. Carpenter. 

M. C. O. O. F. (Prospect Court, No. 58)— 

John II. Poland, C. R. Eugene L. Cor- 

eoran, Sec. 
MILITARY (Co. F, Fifth Regiment, M. V. 

M.)— C. E. Hamilton, Capt. John F. 

Williams, 1st Lieut. 
NEW ENGLAND ORDER OF PROTEC- 
TION— Dr. Annie M. Warne, Sec. Geo. 

T. Jones. Treas. William B. Greene, 

Financial Sec. 
ODD FELLOWS (Gov. Gore Lodge, No. 

198) — Charles J. Shepard, Sec. Otis M. 

Gove, Treas. 
ODD FELLOWS (Hawthorn Rebecca 

Lodge, No. 57)— Mrs. Ida Bull, Rec. Sec. 

Mrs. Myra F. Wells, Treas. 
ODD FELLOWS (Prospect Lodge, No. 35, 

I. O. O. F.)— Charles H. Whitten, Sec. 

George E. Dolber, Treas. 
ROYAL ARCANUM (Waltham Council)— 

Bernard Harris, Sec. P. E. Spaulding, 

Collector. 
ROYAL ARCANUM (Rumford Council, No. 

113)— William M. Haines, Sec. Fred P. 

Rutter, Treas. Geo. E. Dolber, Col. 
ROYAL SOCIETY OF GOOD FELLOWS 

(Wachusett Assembly). E. T. Jewett, 

Sec. E. W. Mosher, Treas. 
SONS OF ST. GEORGE (Victoria Lodge, 

No. 53) — Thomas Halpin Pres. Arthur 

E. Travis, Sec. Francis H. Creed, Treas. 
SONS OF VETERANS (Gen. N. P. Banks, 

Camp, No. 41)— W. C. Wilkins, Com. H. 

E. Woods, Sec. 



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SOCIETIES. 
(Continued) 

U. 0. of I. O. L. (Waltham Encampment, 
No. 50)— E. D. Parsons, C. P. C. H. 
Whitten, Scribe. Harvey C. Wood, Treas. 

U. O. of I. O. L. (Crescent Lodge, No. 28)— 
Treas., Lucy Carpenter. Fin. Sec, Sarah 
J. Rice. 

U. O. of I. O. L. (Home Lodge, No. 40)— 
Eupheinia Ross, Fin. Sec. Musette Hem- 
ler, Treas. Alice M. Carr. Sec. 

UNITED ORDER FILGRIM FATHERS 
(Massasoit Colony, No. 6) — Geo. C. Mac- 
kenzie, Sec.e S. T. Thomas, Col. 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS (E. P. H. 
Rogers Relief Corps, No. 25) — Mrs. Mary 
E. Draper, Pres. Mrs. S. J. Rice, Sec. 
Mrs. Lizzie J. Patch, Treas. 



Institutions, Clubs, Associations, Etc 

AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH CO. 
BAND & ORCHESTRA— 103 Moody. 

A. O. U. W. BUILDING ASSOCIATION— 
Samuel Friebe, Pres. John Rushton, 
Yice-Pres. N. D. Johnson, Sec. and Treas. 

CRESCENT PARK LAND ASSOCIATION 
—Daniel O'Hara, Pres. Daniel F. Viles, 
Treas. 

FLASHLIGHT CLUB— C. E. M. Harring- 
Pres.; G. Bartlett Willard, Vice-Pres.; 
Francis C. Mann, Sec. and Treas. 

GRADUATE NURSES' ASSOCIATION— 
Cutler House?, Miss Nellie L. Daniels, 
Pres. Miss Katherine F. Reid, Clerk and 
Treas. 

INFANTS' HOSPITAL, rear 751 Main. 

LELAND HOME FOR AGED WOMEN, 
21 Newton street — Dr. John Willis, Pres. 
Charles Dix, Yice-Pres. M. Louise War- 
ren, Sec. G. B. Willard, Treas. 

MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FOR THE 
FEEBLE MINDED, Waverley Oaks 
road— W. W. Swan, Pres. R. C. Hum- 
phreys, Tveas. C. E. Ware, Sec. Walter 
E. Fernald, M. D., Resident Superinten- 
dent. 
MASTER BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Organized June 14, 1901, of Waltham, New- 
ton, Wateirtown, Weston and Vicinity. 
Office of the Secretary. 53 dishing Street. 

N. P. BANKS CLUB— Frank P. Kenney, 
Pres. Edward Gallagher, Sec. Frank 
Mooney, Treas. 

NOTRE DAME TRAINING SCHOOL, un- 
der the direction of the Sisters of Notre 
Dame. 

PHOENIX CLUB— T. H. Rollinson, Pres. 
C. F. Allen, Sec. and Treas. 



—Thomas Burke, 
Sec. Joseph P. 



SOCIETY— Dr. 

B. A. Buckley, 

Rooney, Sec. 



PIETY CORNER CLUB, organized 188G— 

J. R. Worcester, Pres. B. B. Shedd, Treas. 

Miss Elinor Burnham, Sec. 
PUTNAM HOME FOR GRADUATE 

NURSES, organized Jan., 1900. 
PYTHIAN CLUB— Pres., John W. Mun- 

ster. Sec, S. W. Phinney, Treas., B. E. 

WinsloAv. 
ST. JOSEPH'S C. T. A. S 

Pres. Edward Brophy, 

Morrissey, Treas. 
ST. JOSEPH'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL, 

Pond street — Bro. James, Director. 
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 

C. J. McCormick, Pres. 

Vice-Pres. William F. 

Michael Keane, Treas. 
WALTHAM CANOE CLE B— Walter F. 

Butts, Pres. William Hough, Vice-Pres. 

H. O. Hall. Treas. B. F. Clements, Sec 
WALTHAM CITY HOME, South street— 

H. H. Bumford, Superintendent. 
WALTHAM CYCLE CLUB— S. P. Adams, 

Pres. F. M. Haggerty, Treas. W. M. 

Ryan, Sec. 
WALTHAM GRADUATE NURSES' REG- 
ISTRY, organized 3 900, Main street. 
WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI 

ASSOCIATION— Geo. P. Drury, Pres. 

Mrs. Geo. J. Barker, Vice-Pres. Alice P. 

Childs, Sec Walter F. Starbuck, Treas. 
WALTHAM HOSPITAL, Hope avenue- 
Arthur Lyman. Pres. Henry N. Fisher, 

Charles F. Stone, Vice-Presidents. Elwin 
Treas. George R. Beal, Clerk. 
LADIES' HOSPITAL AID 
-Mrs. L. T. Burnham, Pres. 
Strickland, Sec. Mrs. F. O. 



CLUB— L. B. 



SCHOOL, 



F. Atkins, 
WALTHAM 

SOCIETY- 

Mrs. G. W. 

Locke, Treas. 
WALTHAM MEDICAL 

Clark, M. D., Pres. 
WALTHAM NEW CHURCH 

Lexington street, near Beaver. 
WALTHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY— Nathan 

Warren, Chairman; Michael J. Connelly, 

Christine Fulton, Joseph E. Mitchell, Wm. 

D. Parkinson, Thomas H. Rollinson, Di- 
rectors; Mary E. Bill, Librarian; Anna 

Warner, Assistant. 
WALTHAM TRAINING SCHOOL 

NT-RSES— A. Worcester, M. D., 

Miss Georgena Moore, Treas. 

Beatrice DeVeber, Principal. Helen E. 

Buttinger, Asst. Principal. 
WALTHAM TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, 

No. 259— George E. Regan, Pres. Edwin 

C. Fowler, Sec. A. F. Mnmford, Treas. 
WATCH FACTORY MUTUAL RELIEF 

ASSOCIATION, organized Feb. 9, 1867— 

Re-organized Feb. 25, 1879. 



FOR 

Pres. 
Miss 



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WALTHAM MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



INSTITUTIONS, CLUBS, ASSOCIATIONS 
(Continued) 

WALTHAM VETERAN FIREMAN'S AS- 
SOCIATION— F. W. Van Cor, Pres. J. 
Peterson, Viee-Pres. J. Y. Marden, Sec. 
E. M. Richardson, Treas. 

YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION— Fred 
Burke, Pres. \Y. H. Ryan. Treas. 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION— Mrs. Fred W. Farley, Pres. 
Mrs. H. E. Dennen, Treas. Miss A. L. 
Fiel, Rec Sec. 



Corporations 



AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH CO.— 
Ezra C. Fitch, Pres. Royal Robbins, 
Treas. 

ATLAS CHEMICAL CO.— H. B. Chamber- 
lain, mgr. 224 Calvary. 

GEORGE J. BARKER LUMBER CO., 118 
Bacon — George J. Barker, Pres. Lyman 
H. Matthews, Sec. and Gen. Mgr. 

BOSTON MANUFACTURING CO., off 
Mood}' street — Arthur T. Lyman, Treas. 
Office 50 State, Boston. 

JOHN ROBERTS & SON COMPANY, 
South street— II. S. Milton, Pres. Wm. 
Roberts, Treas. 

JUDSON L. THOMSON MFG. CO., off 
South, Roberts' Crossing — R. S. Douglas, 
Pres. William P. Bartel, Sec. and Treas. 

MASS. FAN. CO., Bedford, near Prospect. 

STARK TOOL CO., 21S to 224 Mody— John 

Stark, Treas. 
WALTHAM BLEACHERY AND DYE 

WORKS. River street, opp. Willow— Geo. 

E. Jordan, Agent. Ronald T. Lyman, 

Treas. Office, 50 State, Boston. 
WALTHAM CLOCK CO., Wm. C. Henry, 

Treas. 218% Moody. 

WALTHAM COAL CO., 663 Main— Fred P. 
Rutter , Pres. William E. Macurda,. 
Treas. Alfred H. Blackmail, Sec. 
Bradstreet, Pres. A. E. Bradstreet. Treas. 

WALTHAM'S CO-OPERATIVE FURNI- 
TURE CO., B. Bradstreet, Pres. A. E. 
Bradstreet, Treas. 

WALTHAM EMERY WHEEL CO., 113 
and 115 Bacon — Henry Richardson, Treas. 

WALTHAM FOUNDRY CO., 71-73 Felton. 

WALTHAM GAS LIGHT CO., 684 Main— 
A. D. Claflin, Pres. Edward P. Smith, 
Treas. C. F. Spaulding, Supt. W. M. 
Stearns, Asst. Supt. 



WALTHAM MFG. CO. (Orient Automo- 
biles) — Thos. E. Griffin, Manager, Cres- 
cent Park. 

WALTHAM SCREW CO., Rumford avenue, 
Crescent Park — Edgar F. Viles, Manager. 
Geo. F. Bailey, Supt. 

WALTHAM TRAP ROCK CO., 593 Main- 
Henry P. Sherman, Pres. F. M. Good- 
insr, Treas. 



Banks 

WALTHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 637 
Main street, Room 3. Organized Sept. 
25, 1S80. Chartered October 13, 1880. 
Began business October 21, 1880. Au- 
thorized capital, $1,000,000. Edward P. 
Smith, President: Charles E. Getchell, 
Vice-President; Frank K. Porter, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer; Directors, John F. 
Coolidge, Charles C. Byani, George S. Al- 
deu. Walter N. Fuller, Fred H. Bent, F. C. 
Hodgdon, Clarence Tebbets, Arthur H. 
Paul, Francis H. Eaton, M. T. Connelly, 
Charles W. Durgin, Wm. E. Peterson, 
Adolph S. Batehelder. Francis P. Havens, 
John Edmunds, Eber W. Mosher, Charles 

E. Getchell; Auditors, H. E. Priest, Chas. 

F. Allen, Francis G. Stickney; Attorney, 
Clarence F. French, Esq. 

WALTHAM NATIONAL BANK, 637 Main 
street. Incorporated 1836. Capital, $150,- 
000. Surplus, $50,000. Charles H. Moul- 
ton, President: Henry N. Fisher, Vice- 
President; Joseph F. Gibbs, Cashier; H. 
P. Buncher, Asst. Cashier; Henry N. 
Fisher, Charles H. Moulton, George F. 
Frost, William F. Rooney, P. T. Adams, 
Chas. P. Bond, John H. Storer, Directors; 
F. G. Stickney, Bookkeeper; H. B. Mans- 
field, Asst. Bookkeeper. 

WALTHAM SA VINGS BANK, 702 Main 

street. Assets, Aug. 5, 1905, $3,859,252.60. 
Enos T. Luce, President: Nathan Warren, 
Vice-President; Charles F. Stone, Trea- 
surer; George R. Beal, Vice Treas.; Henry 
N. Fisher, Nathan Warren, Joseph F. 
Gibbs, C. J. McCormick, Enos T. Luce, 
Samuel O. Upham, Thomas H.Armstrong, 
Henry W. Hartwell, G. F. Frost, Charles 
O. Morrill, Chas. E. Getchell, Charles C. 
Byani, Trustees;: Enos T. Luce, Henry 
N. Fisher, Thos. M. Armstrong, Charles 
O. Morrill, Nathan Warren, Committee of 
Investment; Georgena Moore, Auditor; 
Emily Viles and Percival M. Stone.Clerks. 



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243 



BANKS. 

(Continued) 
WALTHAM TRUST CO., Moody St. 
Edward P. Sanderson, President; Charles 
J. Fogg, Vice-Pres. and Sec; Frank E. 
Morris, Treas. 
Board of Directors — Herbert L. Bowden, 
Clifford S. Cobb, John C. Fairchild, 
Charles J. Fogg, John R. Farnum, Os- 
borne Howes Jr., Rufus E. Lord, J. Mid- 
dleby Jr., John H. McCusker, Frank E. 
Morris, Joseph Remick, Edward P. San- 
derson, Charles F. Smith, Ephraim 
Stearns, Charles E. Stearns, Albert H. 
Wiggin, Franklin A. Wyman. 



Post-Office 

Moody Street, corner Gordon. 
Charles J. Shepard, Postmaster; Edwin I. 
Dill, Asst. Postmaster; M. Etta Jennison, 
Money Order Clerk; Thomas H. Kyte, 
Stamp Clerk; W. Lawless, Asst. Stamp 
Clerk; Martin J. Hines, Mailing Clerk; 
Daniel J. Handrahan,Asst. Mailing Clerk; 
John J. Buckley, Distributing Clerk; 
Thomas Sheridan, Special Delivery Mes- 
senger; Mabel Fyfe, Stenographer. 

CARRIERS. 

P. H. Concannon, Patrick E. Noonan, W. A. 
Caughey, ,lames F. McCusker, Charles F. 
Law, John Gardner, Fred A. Ricker, W. 
W. Darling, John F. Smith, George F. 
Beckwith, T. J. Doyle, Harry M. Getchill, 
Matthew Connolly, Rubin H. Caughey, 
John Kohl; Substitutes, Hugh McGilvery, 
Edward Wellington. 

Office hours, from 6.30 A. M. to 8 P. M. 

Sundays, 10 to 11 A. M. 

Letters registered to all parts of the world. 

Money orders drawn on all the principal 
offices in the United States, Canada, Great 
Britain, Germany, France, Switzerland, 



Australia and Italy, without danger of 
loss. 

FREE DELIVERY. 

Collections— 0.30, 10 A. M.; 2.30, 4.15 and 7 

P. M. 
Deliveries— 8 A. M.; 2, 4.15 P. M. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Amy F. Ac- 
ton, Thomas F. Bergin, Thomas H. Arm- 
strong, George R. Beal, Michael Bergin, 
Charles W. Bond, Thos. F. Carey, Hollis 
E. Dennen, William H. Drury, Patrick J. 
Duane, Henry N. Fisher, Clarence F. 
French, Daniel French, Henry C. Hall, 
Luman N. Hall, John L. Harvey, Herman 
P. Harrington, Arthur Jennison, Byron B. 
Johnson, Melvin M. Johnson, John L. 
Keyser, Andrew J. Lathrop, Enos T. Luce, 
Arthur T. Lyman, Francis C. Mann, John 
Q. A. McCollester, George L. Mayberry, 
Thos. F. Kearns, Frank E. Morris, F. P. 
Sears, Thos. F. McCarthy, F. P. Rutter, N. 
A. Moody, Wm. E. Peterson, Dudley Rob- 
erts, Frederic L. Robinson, Chas. J. Shep- 
ard, Edw. Irving Smith, Robert M. Stark, 
Charles E. Stearns, Charles F. Stone, John 
H. Storer, Arthur F. Sullivan, Bradshaw 
S. Tolman, Samuel O. Upham, Daniel i 
Viles, Edward A. Walker, Nathan War- 
ren, Eben J. Williams. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Thomas H. Arm- 
strong, William P. Bartel, Michael Ber- 
gin, Francis E. Bowker, Fred L. Butman, 
M. J. Connolly, John L. Harvey, William 
F. Jarvis, Arthur Jennison, Melvin } 
Johnson, William H. Johnson, Andrew J. 
Lathrop, Hollis E. Dennen, Henry S. Mil- 
ton, Charles F. A. Smith, Robert M. Stark, 
George R. Taber, E. A. Walker, W. J. 
Bannan, Thos. F. Kearns, Geo. L. May- 
berry, Byam B. Johnson, C. E. Stearns, 
Thomas F. McCarthy. 




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ADVERTISEMENTS 301 



LUTHER BENT & CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1835 
Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

Furniture, Bedding, Carpets 

Crockery, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods 

HERBERT F. BENT, Proprietor 
62 and 64 Main Street, opposite Church Street, WATERTOWN 

F. H. RADFORD 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHER 

179 SUMMER STREET 

BOSTON 

GEORGE G. DAVIDSON 

MANUFACTURER OF 

CUSTOM SHIRTS 

17 MAIN ST., ROOM 6, WATERTOWN, MASS. 

P. O. BOX 102 

THE WATERPROOF PAINT CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



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Paints, Varnishes, 

Colors, Dryers, 

71 FAYETTE STREET, .... WATERTOWN 



302 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



HOOD RUBBER COMPANY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Rubber Boots and Shoes 

Boston Office, 99 BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON 

Factory, EAST WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Watertown Coal Elevator 



All 
Rail 
Coal 




All 
Rail 
Coal 



W. H. PEVEAR & CO., Office, 5 Spring St., WATERTOWN 

BEST QUALITIES OF C (J A L* AN U W (J (J U 

HAY, STRAW, BRICK AND SAND. Flue Lining:. Drain Pipe 

Elevator, 128 Arsenal Street. TELEPHONE 

JOHN RALSTON &• CO. 

DEALERS IN 

HAV AND GRAIN 



68 MAIN STREET, WATERTOWN 



ADVERTISEMENTS 303 



IRVING T. FLE,TCHE,R 



DEALER IN 



GROCERIES 



256-258 PLEASANT STREET 
WATERTOWN, MASS. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1S42 

HOWARD ICE, COMPANY 

(SUCCESSORS TO HOWARD BROS.) 
DEALERS IN 

PURE, NE,W HAMPSHIRE, ICE, 

AND DISTRIBUTORS OF 

OTTO COKE 

Tor WALTHAM, NEWTON and WATERTOWN 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

Residents of Watertown, Newton and Waltham will be supplied with a choice quality of PURE ICE upon application 



riain Office, 56 Galen Street, Watertown 

BRANCH OFFICES, at George B. Pope & Co., Spring St., Watertown, and C. F. Collins, 390 Centre St., Newton. 
C. H. Swan & Co., 189 Moody St., Waltham, E. M. Smith & Co., 677 Main St., Waltham, M. A. Tracy, 177 Willow St., 
Waltham. We claim this ICE as PURE as the best made by artificial process. Eight and one-half pounds of this ice, 
melted, makes one gallon of pure water. 



304 ADVERTISEMENTS 



A. F. HAYNES 





Tremont Building Boston 



Residence, 8 MARSHALL ST., WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Telephone Connection, Office and Residence 

A. B. MURDOUGH 
General Contractor and Builder 

Estimates Furnished on all Styles of Buildings 



Office, 17 MAIN STREXT, Room 3, WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Telephone, 821-3 Newton — North 

Watertown Lumber Co. 

Successors to Chester Sprague & Co. 




LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AND HAIR 



Arsenal Street - Watertown, Mass- 

'Phones, 302 Newton — North ; 394-3 Waltham 



ADVERTISEMENT'S 



305 



D. J. MAHONEY 

Successor to Thomas Patten 



MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 



Harnesses, Horse Furnishings, etc. 



REPAIRING NEATLY DONE 

Cor. Main and Mt. Auburn Streets 



Watertown 



S. B. GREEN & CO. 



DEALERS IN 



Flour, Grain, Feed, Baled Hay and Straw 



W. J. GREEN, Manager 

Union Market Station, = 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 



Watertown 



POTTER'S STABLES (Inc.) 

Hack, Livery and Boarding Stable 



First=Class Turnouts of 

Every Description at 

Reasonable Prices 




Horse Clipping Open all Night 

Also Stable at Ocean Spray 
Winthrop 



Spring Street, 



Watertown, Mass. 



CONNECTED BY TELEPHONE 



306 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Union Market National Bank 

52 MAIN STREET, WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Capital $100,000 

Surplus and Undivided Profits 50,000 



Safe Deposit Vaults to Rent, $5 per year and upward 

L. Sidney Cleveland, Pres. Charles Q^ Pierce, Vice Pres. Geo. S. Parker, Cashier 

Directors 

L. S. Cleveland Francis Kendall H. C. Derby E. M. Mayo Charles Q. Pierce 

Charles Brigham S. S. Gleason Horace W. Otis 

DISCOUNT DAY, MONDAY 

Bank Hours: S.30 a. m. to 2 p. M. Saturdays, S.30 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

WATERTOWN SAVINGS BANK 

Open Daily (Sundays and Holidays excepted), from 9 A. m. to 3 p. m., and every 
Thursday Evening from 7 to 8.45 P. M. Saturdays, from 9 A. M. to 1 p. m. 

56 MAIN STREET, WATERTOWN 

Julian A. Mead, Pres. Chas. W. Stone, Vice Pres. Ward M. Otis, Clerk. John F. Green, Treas. 

Trustees 
Samuel S. Gleason, Albert O. Davidson, Ward M. Otis, James B. Woodward, Charles Q^ Pierce, Charles W. Stone, 
Julian A. Mead, Chester Sprague, John S. Cullen, Herbert H. Sawyer, Horace W. Otis, George S. Wright, Bartlett M 
Shaw, Walter B. Snow, Charles Russell. 

Board of Investment 
Julian A. Mead Herbert H. Sawyer George S. Wright 

The Watertown Co-operative Bank 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 
Office of Secretary and Treasurer, 56 Main Street 



Charles Brigham, Pres. James D. Evans, Vice Pres. Samuel S. Gleason, Sec. and Treas. 

Directors 

Charles Brigham, James D. Evans, F. E. Critchett, Frank D. Tarlton, Herbert E. Mayo, Horace W Otis, Samuel S. 
Gleason, Andrew Hawes, Frederic H. Robie, Lewis McLauthlin, Bartlett M. Shaw, Charles Russell, Chester Sprague. 

Auditors Security Committee Finance Committee 

George S. Parker Horace W. Otis Andrew Hawes 

Harry W. Brigham S. S. Gleason Chester Sprague 

William E. Macurda F. E. Critchett 

Regular meetings at office of Secretary and Treasurer, S. S. Gleason, 56 Main Street, fourth Thursday of each month. 
Information in regard to the business methods of this bank cheerfully given at above office. 

DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER. MEET ME AT 

Howard's Lunch Room 

31 MAIN STREXT, WATERTOWN 

CAR AND 'PHONE STATION 

POPULAR BRANDS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCOS 

SODA AND CONFECTIONERY 



ADVERTISEMENTS 307 



WM. E. FARWELL 

Insurance Agent 

25 WINTER ST., WATERTOWN, MASS. 

London Assurance Corporation London, Eng. 

Quincy Mutual Insurance Company Quincy, Mass. 

S. S. GLBASON 

REAL ESTATE 

Auctioneer and Appraiser 

OFFICE 

56 MAIN STREET = WATERTOWN 

EDWIN L. STONE 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 

I>Jo. 28 Main Street, Watertown, Mass. 

MUTUAL COMPANIES.— Middlesex Mutual, Concord; Holyoke Mutual, Salem; Citizens Mutual, Boston; Cam- 
bridge Mutual, Cambridge; Traders and Mechanics, Lowell; Worcester Mutual, Worcester; Abington Mutual, 
Abington. 

STOCK COMPANIES.— vEtna, Hartford; Home, New York; Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia; 
Hartford, Hartford; National, Hartford; Providence Washington, Providence; Sun, England; North British and 
Mercantile, England; Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Eng.; Fire Association of Philadelphia, Conti- 
nental of New York. With the amount of cash assets represented by the above Companies you may rest assured 
that all losses will be satisfactorily adjusted and promptly paid. 

OUR TELEPHONE : 724-3 TREMONT 

S. HEIINTZELiViAXN 

(PURITAN LINOTYPE) 

LINOTYPE and PRESSWORK 

260 DOVER STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



308 



ADVERTISEMENTS 




rawfbrd 

(ooking-RcMiges 

ILquator Furnaces, 
Walker and Crawford 
Steam and Hot Water 
Boilers 



Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work 



Stove, Range and Furnace Cleaning and Repairing 



WALKER £r PRATT MFG. CO. 



24 Main Street, Watertown 



31 and 35 Union Street, Boston 



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WATERTOWN STREETS AND AVENUES 



STREETS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Acton, from Howard to Oakland 

Adams, from 217 Mt. Auburn to Nichols 

Adams avenue (E. W.), from opposite 173 

Mt. Auburn, north and east to School 
Airle court (Mt. A.), from Sawin 
Arlington (E. W.), from 418, across Mt. Au- 
burn to Belmont 
Arsenal, from Beacon square to Brighton 

line 
Arthur Terrace, from 9 Adams 
Auburn place, from 55 Mt. Auburn 
Bacon, from 176 Main to Pleasant 
Bailey road, from 112 Mt. Auburn to Brig- 
ham 
Barnard avenue, from 7 Columbia 
Bartlett, from Everett avenue to Forest 
Bates road, from 92 Mt. Auburn 
Beacon square, junction Riverside, North 

Beacon, Mt. Auburn, and Main 
Beechwood avenue, from 147 North Beacon 

to the Charles river 
Belmont (Mt. Auburn), from Mt. Auburn, 

near railroad bridge, to Waltham line 
Bigelow avenue, from beyond 245 Mt. Au- 
burn to 17 Nichols avenue, (E. W.) 
Bigelow Terrace, opposite 11 Boyd 
Bostonia avenue, from near 303 Mt. Auburn 

to F. R. R. 
Boyd, from 200 Galen to Fayette (Newton) 
Boylston, from Putnam to Revere 
Bridge, from opposite school house, across 

F. R. R. (Bemis), to Newton line 
Brigham, from 27 Russell avenue to Bailey 

road 
Brook, from opposite 25 Pleasant to the 

river 
Brookline, from Warren to Belmont, Wal- 
tham line 
Brown, from Sycamore to Thayer road, 

Belmont line 
Burnham, from Chandler to Belmont line 
California, from opposite 18 Watertown to 

Newton line 
Capitol, from 83 Galen to beyond "Union 
Carroll, from 140 Orchard to 540 Belmont 
Centre, from 8 Franklin to opposite 10 Wal- 
nut 
Chandler, from Sycamore, oposite Dwight, 

to Belmont line 
Chapman, from Main to Highland avenue 



Charles, from Olney to Gilbert 

Chauncy, from 173 Mt. Auburn to Boylston 

Chester, from 79 Mt. Auburn to opposite 14 

Washburn 
Chestnut, from 122 Main to 14 Green 
Church, from 59 Main, at Town House, ta 

Marion road 
Church Hill, from Pleasant, north 
Church lane, from 96 Main to 51 Pleasant 
Church place, from 20 Church 
Columbia, from 12 Russell avenue to 43 

Common 
Common, from 86 Mt. Auburn to Belmont 
Common-street place, changed to Grenville 

road 
Coolidge avenue, from 418 Arsenal to the 

Cambridge line 
Coolidge Hill (E. W.), from Arlington, op- 
posite E. Watertown depot, to nearly op- 
posite 56 Grove 
Copeland, from Main to Highland avenue 
Cottage (Mt. Auburn), from 339 Mt. Auburn 

to the Catholic cemetery 
Cottage lane (Mt. Auburn), from Cottage 
Cottage place (Mt. Auburn), from Cottage 

near the R. R. 
Crawford (E. W.), from Arlington, opposite 

E. W. depot easterly 
Cross, from 27 Pleasant, across Main, to 4 

Winter 
Cuba, from 144 Main to Myrtle 
Cushman, from 69 Fayette to Oak place 
Cypress, from School to Melendy avenue 
Dana Terrace, from oposite 18 Summer 
Dexter avenue (E. W.), from 235 Mt. Au- 
burn to beyond Cypress 
Dwight, from Sycamore to Thayer road, 

Belmont line 
Eldredge, from opposite 48 Riverside to Irv- 
ing : i | | 
Elliott, from 75 Galen to Union 
Elm (E. W.), from 398 Arsenal to opposite 

93 Arlington 
Elton avenue (E. W.), from Bigelow avenue, 

near Mt. Auburn, to 23 Nichols avenue 
Everett avenue from 59 Palfrey to Palfrey 
Fayette, from 46 Spring to Waverly avenue 
Fifleld, from 52 Irving > 

Fifth avenue, from oposite 29 California to 
55 Watertown 



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313 



Fletcher Terrace, from S Patten 

Forest, from 135 Main, across F. R. R. to 

Bartlett 
Franklin, from 87 Mt. Auburn to opposite 

16 Walnut 
French, from 170 Main to Myrtle 
French's lane, from Mt. Vernon to F. R. R. 

(Mt. Auburn) 
French's Terrace, from 339 Mt. Auburn to 

F. R. R. 
Galen, from 40 Main, Watertown square, to 

Newton line 
Garfield, from 102 Mt. Auburn to beyond 

Brigham 
Garnet, from 10 Irving to 13 Parker 
Gilbert, from 261 Main to Highland avenue 
Gilkey court, from 16 Patten 
Gill road, from Sycamore to Waltham 
Glen road, from Coolidge avenue to Arling- 
ton (B. W.) 
Grant avenue, from Brookline to Waltham 

line 
Grenville road, from Common, near Belmont 
Green, from 130 Main to opposite 104 Pleas- 
ant 
Grove (E. W.), from Arlington, near Mt. 

Auburn, to 116 Coolidge avenue 
Hall avenue, from Belmont near Carrol 
Hancock, from 193 Mt. Auburn to Boylston 
Harnden avenue, from opposite 196 Lex- 
ington to Carroll 
Harrington, from Belmont, near Waltham 

line, to Perry 
Hawthorne, from 18 Pearl 
Hazel, from Trinity, across Dexter avenue 
Hersum, from Main to Highland avenue 
Highland avenue, from Lexington to Cope- 
land 
Hill, from 39 Fayette to opposite Sycamore, 

southerly 
Hillside, from Belmont, opposite Sycamore, 

southerly 
Holt, from opposite 10 Harrington to Bel- 
mont line 
Hovey, from 153 Orchard to 560 Belmont 
Howard, from 188 Main to 137 Pleasant 
Hudson, from opposite 14 Cushman to 

White's avenue 
Hunt, from opposite 97 Galen to 16 Maple 
Hyland avenue, from Belmont to Holt 
Irving, from 63 Mt. Auburn to the Charles 

river 
Irving Park, from 42 Irving to opposite 10 

Royal 
James, from Holt to Perry, Waverly Park 
Jefferson avenue, from Waltham line to 

across Brookline 
Jewett, from Morse, next beyond Park, to 

Boyd, near Newton line 
Ladd, from 42 Riverside to 39 No. Beacon 



Laurel, from Hyland avenue to Belmont 
line 

Laurel, from Melendy avenue to School 
Lexington, from Main, nearly opposite 
New Lexington, to Belmont 

Library lane, from Main, north, at Public 
Library 

Lincoln, from 115 Mt. Auburn to 16 Walnut 

Lowell avenue, from Orchard, next Whit- 
ney, east, to Carroll 

Lyons court, from 81 Watertown to Newton 
line 

Madison avenue, from Brookline, east 

Main, from Beacon square, junction Mt. 
Auburn, to Waltham line 

Main-street court, from 25 Main 

Maple, from opposite 111 Galen to Newton 
line 

Marion road, from 72 Spring to Orchard 

Marshall, from 78 Mt. Auburn to beyond 
Church 

Melendy avenue, from 245 Mt. Auburn to 
Cypress (E. W.) 

Melville Terrace, from 6 Morse 

Middle, from 150 Main to 10 Myrtle 

Morse, from 97 Galen to Watertown, near 
Newton line 

Mt. Auburn, from 1 Main, Beacon square, to 
R. R. bridge, Cambridge line 

Myrtle, from 162 Main to opposite) 104 
Pleasant 

New Lexington, from Main, opposite Lex- 
ington to F. R. R. 

Newthorne, from Pearl, near Fayette 

Nichols avenue (E. W.), from Arlington to 
Adams 

Norfolk, from Winthrop to Revere 

North Beacon, from Beacon square to 
Charles River bridge Brighton line 

Norseman avenue, from 315 Mt. Auburn to 
F. R. R. 

North Beacon court, from 23 North Beacon 

North Irving Park, from Irving to Royal 

North Park, from Morse to Newton line 

North Wood Park (E. W.), a district lying 
north of the F. R. R. between Arlington 
and Mt. Auburn streets 

Oak, from Melendy avenue to Laurel 

Oak place, end of Cushman 

Oakland, from Main, nearly opposite Lex- 
ington, to F. R. R. 

Olcutt, from opposite 260 Main to Highland 
avenue 

Oliver, from 48 Church 

Olney, from 213 Main to Highland avenue 

Orchard, from 52 Common to opp. Lexington 

Otis, from 83 Mt. Auburn to opposite 8 
Washburn 

Palfrey, from 74 Mt. Auburn to beyond For- 
est 



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WATERTOWN STREETS AND AVENUES 



Park square, from 16 Morse to 27 Boyd 
Parker, from 75 Mt. Auburn to Washburn 
Patten, from 47 Mt. Auburn to 50 Arsenal 
Pearl, from 81 Summer to opposite 5 Oliver 
Perry, from Russell to Harrington 
Phillips, from 71 Mt. Auburn to beyond 

Garnet 
Pleasant, from 5 Galen, Watertown square, 

to Walthain line 
Pond, from Watertown, at Newton line 
Prentiss, from opposite 303 Mt. Auburn to 

Belmont (E. W.) 
Prescott, from Main to Charles 
Prospect, from 245 Arsenal to opposite 217 

North Beacon 
Purvis, from Main to Charles 
Putnam, from 135 Mt. Auburn to Revere 
Quiinby (E. W.), from Dexter avenue to 

Cypress 
Quirk, from 43 Forest 
Revere, from 207 Mt. Auburn to Putnam 
Rifle court, from 5 Sawin (Mt. Auburn.) 
Riverside, from 2 Main, Beacon square, to 

beyond Royal 
Royal, from 67 North Beacon to 66 River- 
side 
Russell, from Holt to Perry 
Russell avenue, from opposite 85 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Rutland, from Main, near Waltha mline 
Sampson avenue, from 15 Bostonia avenue 

to 9 French's lane 

Sawin, from Cottage to Spring court (Mt. A. ) 

School, from Belmont, across Mt. Auburn, 

to opposite 245 Arsenal, East Watertown 

School lane, from near 303 Mt. Auburn, 

south, to F. R. R, (Mt. Auburn) 
Sidney, from 39 Marshall to opposite 23 Ma- 
rion road 
South Irving Park, from Irving to Royal 
South Park, from Morse to Boyd 
Spring, from 13 Main to Common 
Spring court, end of Sawin (Mt. Auburn) 
Spruce, from School ■ 
Stanley avenue, next beyond 68 Waltham to 

F. R. R., Bemis 
Summer, from 15 Mt. Auburn to 15 Waver- 

ly avenue 
Sycamore, from 2d beyond 675 Belmont to 

Belmont line 
Swett place (Bemis), from 50 Waltham 
Taylor, from 21 Mt. Auburn to 28 Arsenal 
Thaxter, opposite 94 Main to F. R. R. 
Thayer road, at intersection of Waltham 

and Belmont lines 
Union, from 56 Galen to 39 Morse 
Vernon, from 155 Mt. Auburn to Boylston 
Walnut, from 97 Mt. Auburn to opposite 

245 Arsenal 
Walnut court, from Fayette to Palfrey 



Waltham, from opposite 172 Pleasant to 

Waltham line 
Warren, from Sycamore to Thayer road 
Warren, from Lexington to Waltham line 
Washburn, from 11 Franklin to 26 Parker 
Water, from 46 Galen to opposite 173 Galen 
Watertown, from Galen, near the bridge, to 

Newton line 
Watertown court, from 81 Watertown 
Watertown square, junction Main, Galen 

and Pleasant 
Waverly avenue, from 145 Main to Fayette 
Webster, from Warren to Grant avenue, 

Waltham line 
Wheeler lane, from 11 Riverside 
Whitcomb, from Hyland avenue to Belmont 

line 
White, from Orchard, near Lowell avenue, 

to Belmont 
White's avenue, from opposite 130 Main to 

54 Palfrey 
Whiting Park, from 72 Spring 
Whitney, from 221 Orchard to Belmont, 

near Lexington 
Williams, from 124 Galen to Jefferson (New- 
ton) ,\ . ;j 
Winter, from 61 Church to 26 Fayette 
Winthrop. from 163 Mt. Auburn to Putnam 
Yukon avenue, from Elm to Arlington 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Almshouse, 105 Orchard 

Barnard Block, from 26 Main to Galen 

Batchelder Building, 1 and 3 Galen, Water- 
town square 

Belmont (The), Belmont, corner Mt. Au- 
burn (Alt. Auburn) 

Boston Elevated R, R. Car Station, 31 Main 

Bnrniont (The), 13 Maple 

Central Hall, 23 Main 

Dana Block, 29 to 35 Main, Watertown 
square 

Diamond Block, 2 to 12 Taylor 

Flagg's Block, Mt. Auburn, near R. R. 
bridge, Cambridge line 

Foresters' Hall, 4 Mt. Auburn 

Garfield Block, 7 Galen 

G. A. R. Hall, 4 Mt. Auburn 

Keenan Block, junction Mt. Auburn and 
Belmont 

Lyman Building, 16 and 18 Mt. Auburn 

Masonic Hall, 17 Main 

MeMaster's Block, 21 to 25 Main 

Morse's Block, 25 to 41 Galen, and 2 to 10 
Cross 

Newton and Watertown Gas Light Com- 
pany, 67 Water 



WATERTOWN STREETS AND AVENUES 



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Noyes Block, 46 to 50 Main 

Otis Bros. Block, 1 to 13 Main, and 2 to 4 

Mt. Auburn 
Otis Building, 15 to 19 Main 
Post Office, Main street 
Public Livrary, Main, next the park 
Russell Block, 6 to 14 Mt. Auburn 
Russell Building, 5 to 7 Spring 
St. Luke's Home for Children, 209 Arlington 
Savings Bauk Building, 56 Main 
Superintendent of Public Schools Office, 56 

Main 
Sycamore Hall, Sycamore, corner Chandler 
Town House and Hall, Main, cor. Church 
Union Market National Bank Building, 52 

and 54 Main 
U. S. Arsenal, Arsenal street 
Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co. Block, 16 to 26 

Galen 
Wheeler's Block, 37 to 43 Spring 
Whitney Block, 61 to 73 Main 



RAILROAD STATIONS 

Bemis station 
East Watertown station 
Union Market station 
West, at Watertown station 
West, Watertown station 



CEMETERIES 

Arlington street (E. W.), corner Arlington 
Catholic (Mt. Auburn), adjoining Mt. Au- 
burn cemetery, foot Cottage 
Common street, Common, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn street, balance in 

Cambridge 
St. Patrick's, Belmont, near Lexington 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 

Ab., above; ag., agent; asst, assistant; av., avenue; res., residence; bet., between; 
bldg., building; blk., block; (B.), Boston; com. mer., commission merchant; c. or cor., 
corner; ct, court; E. W., East Watertown; emp., employee; F. R. R., Fitchburg 
Railroad; W. P. P. Co., Waterproof Paint Co.; H. R. Co., Hood Rubber Co.; b., house; 
lab., laborer; mkr., maker; mfr., manufacturer; Mt. A., Mount Auburn; n., near; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post-Office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev., Reverend; r., 
rear; sec, secretary; sq., square; st., street; supt., superintendent; treas., treasurer; 
U. M., Union Market; TJ. P. B. Co., Union Paper Bag Co.; U. S. A., United States Army; 
U. S. N., United States Navy; W. & P. Mfg. Co., Walker & Pratt Manufacturing Co.; 
B. E. Railway Co., Boston Elevated Railway Co.; whf., wharf; whol., wholesale; wid., 
widow. 



ABBOTT BANCROFT, student, res. 21 
Parker 
Charles M. (141 Milk, B.), res. 6 Franklin 
Elizabeth H., res. 7 Franklin 
George W. clerk (,B.), res. 26 Franklin 
Gladys, teacher, res. 21 Parker 
ABBOTT JOHN E.. lawyer, 56 Main, room 
1 and (85 Devonshire, B.), res. 6 Frank- 
lin (see page 311) 
Ruth H. Mrs., res. 26 Franklin 
Samuel P., lawyer (85 Devonshire, B.). res. 

21 Parker 
Sarah E., res. 10 Phillips 
Tilden G., bookkeeper, 

Franklin 
William A., lawyer (85 
res. 6 Franklin 
Acheson Fred R.. painter, 
Ackiss Caleb, advertising 

Maple 
Adam Jules (L. Adam & 
Main, res. do. 
L. & Son (Jules Adam), dyers, 180 Main 
Adams Daniel M.. tinsmith. 24 Main, res. at 
Roxbury 
Edwin F., clerk, res. 36 Capitol 
Frank, res. 3 Taylor 
Henry E.. leather (B.'i, res. 36 Capitol 
J. Frank, lawyer (53 State, B.), res. 51 
Capitol 
Aetna Mills, 266 Pleasant. Albert O. David- 
son, manager, office (266 Devonshire, B.) 
Mills Boarding House. 236 and 238 Plea- 
sant, Bemis 
Agate Alfred A., clerk, res. 9 Morse 
Akeroyd Julius, musician, res. 36 Langdon 
av. 



(Chsn.1, res. 26 

Devonshire, B.), 

res. 16 Patten 
agent, res. 22 

Son), dyer, 180 



Akin Emily H., widow of William L., res. 

71 Mt. Auburn 
Alarie Joseph N., carpenter, 94 Fayette, 

res. do. 
Alden George A., asst. supt. N. & W. G. L. 

Co.. res. 70 Spring 
Aldrich Emeline R. Mrs., res. 561 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Alexander Louis M., clerk (B.), res. 91 Boyd 

William A., res. 89 Boyd 
Alickgzien Barney, farm hand, res. 126 Lex- 
ington 
Allard E. W., clerk (B.), res. 63 Bigelow av. 
Allen Andrew T., carpenter, res. Highland 
av. 
Charles S., teamster, res. 14 Nichols av, 
Edward E., oils (24 Purchase, B.), res. 46 

Common 
Elizabeth G, teacher drawing, public 

schools, res. 17 Palfrey 
Frederick A., carpenter, res. Lowell av. 
George, engineer, res. 54 Fayette 
John W., glass inspector, res. 18 Hunt 
Mary J., bookkeeper, res. 17 Palfrey 
Thomas, died Aug. 26, 1905 
Alles William H., tobacco dealer (B.), res. 

453 Mt. Auburn 
Alley Eugene B., bookeeper, res. Bartlett 
Altieri Joseph, laborer, at Gas Works, res. 

85 Water 
Alton Julia A. Mrs., H. R. Co., res. 7 Oliver 

road 
Ambrose Henry, moulder, res. 217 Dexter 

av. 
American Express Co., 26 Main 
Anderson Albion A., res. 2 Patten 

A. M, rubber worker, res. 70 Prentiss 



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Anderson Carl, rubber worker, r. 381 Arling- 
ton 
Emil, rubber worker, res. 11 Yukon av. 
James E., laborer, res. 1 Lowell av. 
J. J., electrical engineer, res. 89 Walnut 
Nils, H. R. Co., res. 73 Nichols av. 
Robert, rubber worker, res. 72 Nichols 
Thomas, physician, 2 Patten, res. do. 
William, removed to Brockton 
Andrews John L„ drug clerk (B.j, res. 794 
Mt. Auburn 
William, supt. Catholic cemetery, res. 32 

Cottage, Mt. A. 
William J., removed to Maine 
William S., letter carrier, res. 32 Cottage, 
Angelo Frank, grocer, 98 Main, res. at Wa- 

verley 
Angus John B., clerk (B.), r. 116 Coolidge av. 

John B., machinist, res. 116 Coolidge av. 
Applegate William A., draughtsman, IT. S. 

Arsenal 
Applin Herbert H., clerk (B.), res. 31 Bar- 
nard av. 
Archibald Elmer E.. asst. supt. (219 Wash., 
B.), res. 192 School 
John, driver, 19 Galen, res. 27 Mt. Auburn 
M. E., res. 825 Mt. Auburn 
Arminick Armin, H. R. Co., res. 24 Melendy 

av. 
Armstrong Alice R., widow of Robert M., 
res. 49 Summer 
Elsie F., student, res. 49 Summer 
Helen, res. 49 Summer 
Robert M., died Jan. 16. 1905 
Arnold Charles R., watchmaker, res. 4 
Washburn 
James H., concreter. res. 32 Fayette 
Mary E., teacher, Hosmer school, res. 7 

Marshall 
Wm. H., clerk, 1 Main, res. 32 Fayette 
Ashlin Wilford, res. 23 Mt. Auburn 
Atkins E. F., president Aetna Mills, L" • 

Pleasant 
Atwood Ah-ak A., tailors' trimmings (8 
Essex, B.), res. 9 Otis 
Arthur L., removed to New York 
George P. B., moulder, res. 4 Hill 
Harry R., clerk, res. 4 Melville ter. 
Henry A., iron moulder, res. 41 Riverside 
Aubrey Charles N., clerk, 213 Dexter av., 
res. 51 Cypress 
Eugene, moulder, res. 43 Laurel 
Fred H., moulder, res. 51 Cypress 
Auburn House. Mrs. E. A. McWhiter, prop., 

47 Mt. Auburn 
Aucock Charles H, carpenter, res. 15 Fifleld 
Aucoin James, painter, res. 46 Capitol 

BABCOCK ADELLA F., clerk, res. 41 Sum- 
mer 



Babcock Adella F. Mrs., res. 41 Summer 

Hope A., stenographer, res. 41 Summer 
Bachmann Otto A., clerk (B.), res. 21 Hunt 
Bacon Edward, clerk (B.), res. 44 Palfrey 
Bailey Ambrose C, paper hanger, 5 Spring, 
res. 16 Hunt 

Arthur H., canned goods (176 Atlantic av., 
B.i, res. 87 Boyd 

Charlotte L., res. 112 Mt. Auburn 

Clara, res. 4 Centre 

Clarence D., clerk (B.), res. 87 Boyd 

Francis E., salesman (Cambridgeport), res. 
37 Melendy a v. 

Frank M., hides and leather (52 South, B.), 
res. 112 Mt. Auburn 

Frank O., provisions (19 New F. H. Mar- 
ket, B.i, res. 4 Centre 

George H., clerk (B.), res. 87 Boyd 

James, foreman cleansing, 19 Galen, res. 
12 Washburn 

John, cleanser, res. 28 Parker 

John T., conductor, res. 56 Capitol 

Louisa H.. res. Ii2 Mt. Auburn 

Otis, died June 18, 1904 

Thomas H, res. 59 Galen 
Baker John H., barber, res. 8 Whitney 
Balch George L., res. 18 Summer 

John E., cutter, res. 18 Summer 
Balcom Lydia S., died March 13, 1905 

Nathaniel E., foreman, 67 Water, res. 83 
Galen 
Banks Thomas G., assessor, res. 33 Church 
Bannister J. Robert, mason, res. 39 Wal- 

tham, Bemis 
Bannon Arthur E., clerk, res. 21 Mt. Auburn 
Barbato Joseph, res. 77 Fayette 
Barclay Alexander, res. 14 Riverside 

Alexander H., compositor (B.), res. Cedar, 
Barker Fred G., insurance (Old South bldg., 
B.i, res. 3 Oliver 

Joseph G., engineer, res. 75 Mt. Auburn 

Willard, machinist, res. 146 Spruce 

William, dyer, res. 10 Swett pi., Bemis 
Barnard Samuel O., clerk (B.i, res. 10 Patten 
Barnes Charlotte M. E., widow of John H, 
res. rear 125 Galen 

Edward, laborer, res. 59 Arsenal 

Frank, driver, 75 Main, res. do. 

Gordon H, clerk, res. 78 Union 

James, H. R. Co., res. 28 Dexter av. 

James J., res. 75 Main 

James T., undertaker, 75 Main, res. do. 

John, clerk, res. 75 Main 

John A., carpenter, res. 26 New Lexington 

Lawrence, H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 

Patrick, laborer, res. 59 Arsenal 

Samuel, clerk, res. 75 Main 
Barney Lewis F., carpenter, res. 7 Parker 
Barnstead Irving M., tinsmith, res. 40 Union 
Barrett Ellen, wicb of Patrick, r. 260 Main 



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Barrett John P., plumber (B.), r. 260 Main 

Margaret G., bookkeeper, res. 260 Main 

Peter P., farmer, res. 260 Main 

P. Paul, res. 260 Main 
Barris Robert P., weaver, Aetna Mills, res. 

34 Lexington 
Barron Charles A., at gas works, res. 15 
Riverside 

Ella M., died Aug. 13, 1903 . 

Pred H., died November, 1003 

Leo, salesman, res. 15 Riverside 

Warren J., res. 42 Arseual 

Warren W., died April 10, 1905 
Barrow George W., moved to Waltnam 
Barry Annie, paper maker, res. 59 Galen 

Dennis, laborer, res. 6 Maple 

David, H. R. Co., res. 59 Galen 

Edward, gardener, res. 6 Maple 

Ellen, died Sept. 29, 1903 

Garrett G., machinist, res. 18 Bacon 

Gertrude M., H. R. Co., res. 26 Parker 

Ida M. Mrs., res. 26 Parker 

John E., gardener, res. 7 Maple 

Mabel G., res. 7 Irving 

Margaret A., bookkeeper, res. 7 Maple 

Mary A., seamstress, res. 7 Irving 

Nellie M., dressmaker, res. 15 Bacon 

Thomas P., H. R. Co., res. 13 Elton av. 

William, laborer, res. 59 Galen 

William D., carriage painter, res. 7 Maple 

Wliliam J. R., carpenter, res. 59 Galen 
Bartels George L., bookkeeper, 57 Spring, 
res. 568 Belmont 

Mary G., widoAv, res. 568 Belmont 
Bartlett Harriet EL, died Oct. 3, 1904 
Barton John R., station agent, res. 36 Laurel 

Samuel M., at State House (B.), res. Or- 
chard, cor. Whitney 

William J., painter, res. 9 Ladd 
Baxter A. C, res. 127 Boyd 
Bay State Riding and Driving Club, 300 

School 
Beal Albert E., died Aug. 13, 1905 

George, moulder, res. 16 Hazel 
Beaman Walter, moulder, res. 146 Cypress 
Bean Raymond M., machinist, res, 535 Mt. 

Auburn 
Beatrice Antonio, laborer, res. 83 Slimmer 
Beattie Robert H., moulder, res. 39 Spring 
Beauregard Arthur, motorman, res. 31 

Quimby 
Beckett Florence J., stenographer (B.), res. 
33 Bigelow a v. 

Grace E., res. 33 Bigelow av. 

Joseph R., foreman (Cambridge), res. 33 
Bigelow av. 

Sadie A., res. 33 Bigelow av. 
Beckman Frederick H., clerk (B.), res. 605 
Belmont 

Louisa, wid. of Pred'k E., r. 605 Belmont 



Beckman Mary T., clerk, res. 605 Belmont 

William J., plumber, res. 605 Belmont 
Belcher C. F., treas. Walker <fc Pratt Mfg. 

Co., res. at Maiden 
Bellows Edward C, trav salesman, res. 22 

Maple 
Belyea George, carpenter, res. 18 Belmont 
Bemis Mills, Richard E. Goodwin, treas.,. 
Stanley av., near F. R. R., Bemis 
Willis A., provisions, res. 31 Morse 
Benjamin Charles W., clerk (B.), res. 14 
Marshall 
William H., carpenter, res. 1 Fineld 
Benner Amos (Benner & Ellis), restaurant, 
8 Mt. Auburn, res. 25 do. 
& Ellis (Amos Benner and Susie C. Ellis), 
restaurant, 8 Mt. Auburn 
Bennett William M., teamster, res. 37 Mt. 

Auburn 
Bennison George O., milkman, res. Harring- 
ton 
Bent C. Frank, clerk, 33 Main, res. 97 Galen 
Eleaanor F., res. 185 Galen 
Ethel A., clerk (B.), res. 110 Langdon 
George E., painter, res. 97 Galen 
Herbert F. (Luther Bent & Co.), furniture, 

stoves, etc., 62 Main, res. 29 Spring 
James A., carpenter, res. 110 Langdon av. 
John Z., carpenter and contractor, 110 

Langdon av., res. do. 
Lewis B., machinist, res. 110 Langdon av. 
Lucy A., clerk (B.i, res. 110 Langdon av. 
Lucy A. Mrs., res. 110 Langdon 
BENT LUTHER & CO. (Herbert F. Bent), 
furniture, stoves, etc., 62 and 64 Main 
(see page 301) 
Mary E., dressmaker, 97 Galen, res. do. 
Sophia, widow of John H, res. 97 Galen 
Benton Ella, widow of Edward A., res. 3 

Otis 
Benyon George H., military instructor, pub- 
lic schools (B.), res. 47 Watertown 
Berardini Fred, laborer, res. Perry 
Berman Myer, proA'isions, res. 398 Arsenal 
Bernson Aaron, moulder, res. 10 Carrol 
Berlind Carl O., machinist, res. Dwight 
Berry Agnes L., teacher, res. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Charles E., names mfr. (Som.), res. 54 

Fayette 
Edward, blacksmith, res. 54 Fayette 
Frank J., builder, res. 4 Phillips 
George F., machinist, res. 53 Summer 
Horace P., engineer, 19 Galen, res. 33 Cap- 
itol 
Ida M., teacher Francis school, res. 4 

Phillips 
Mary A., res. 54 Fayette 
Thomas E., carpenter, res. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Winnifred H., teacher, res. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Berton Mayo, clerk (B.), res. 48 Mt. Auburn 



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Besse Nathaniel B., freight clerk, L T . M. sta- 
tion, res. 14 Adams 
Bestwick Charles H., removed to Cambridge 
Betterlieh Walter, draughtsman, H. R. Co., 

res. 86 Dexter a v. 
Beverstock Amos R., engineer, res. Dwigkt 
Bibber Charles J., plumber, res. 64 Dexter 

av. 
Bigelow Clayton B., ins. agent, res. 58 Me- 

lendy 
Bill Fred P., farmer, res. 41 Mt. Auburn 

Locke C, clerk (B.), res. 23 Parker 
Bingham John, died Feb. 24, 1904 
Bird Hannah W., res. 62 Belmont 
Birkenshaw William, overseer finishing, 

Aetna Mills, res. 250 Pleasant, Bemis 
Bishop George E., machinist, res. 575 Mt. 

Auburn 
Bixby Curtis W., architect (120 Tremont, 

B.), res. 13 Oliver 
Black George F., apothecary, 41 Main, res. 

72 Mt. Auburn 
Blackburn Harry Y., watchman, 57 Spring, 

res. 15 French 
Blackwood Andrew J., millwright, res. 17 

Hazel 
Blair Lafayette G., lawyer (73 Tremont, 

room 644, B.), res. 48 Bailey road 
Blakeney Thomas R., yard clerk, Watertown 
station, res. 2 Cross 
Thomas R., Jr., res. 2 Cross 
Blanchard Frank, H. R. Co., res. 40 Dexter 
av. 
J. Frank, clerk. 24 Mt. Auburn, res. 15 
Otis 
Blandy Roswell, bookkeeper, res. 15 Russell 

av. 
Blazo George M.. clerk (407 Shawmut av., 
B.t, res. 40 Palfrey 
Harold B.. clerk, res. 40 PaJfrey 
Bleiler Charles J., salesman (B.), res. 418 
Arsenal 
Edward J., butcher, res. 14 School 
Frank, butcher, res. 245 Arsenal 
George, butcher. 245 Aresnal, res. do. 
Blodgett Charles E., teamster, res. 42 Ar- 

•senal 
Blyth Arlene, clerk, res. 114 Dexter av. 
Robert, foreman, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 
114 Dexter av. 
Boardman Joseph H., electrician, res. 8 

Hunt 
Bocatoro Salvatore, laborer, res. 79 Fayette 
Boehner Arthur E.. cutter, res. 27 Green 

Eva C, res. 27 Green 
Boenhener Arthur, cutter, res. 9 Patten 
Boghosian Donabad, hairdresser, 5 Nichols 

av., res. at Newton 
Boklue Henry, moulder, res. Cypress 
Napoleon, fonndryman, res. 69 Cypress 



Bolton Mary Mrs., bookkeeper, res. 324 Plea- 
sant, Bemis 
Sarah E., weaver, res. 324 Pleasant, Bemis 
Bond Percy, painter, res. 29 Riverside 
Bonyman George D., carpenter, res. 127 

Main 
Borden Amos C, mason, 4 Church, res. 32b 

North Beacon 
Boston Branch Grocery, Mrs. Ella Benton, 

prop., 21 Main 
BOSTON ELEYATED R. R. WAITING 

ROOM, 31 Main 
BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., 52 
Main, Boston office 141 Milk (see page 
24) 
Boucher J. Adelard, physician, 680 Mt. Au- 
burn, res. do. 
Boudrow Albany, cleaner, res. 32 Elliot 

Mary E„ res. 32 Elliot 
Bourden Amelia, res. 18 Marion 
Bourne Barnabas E.. carpenter. 14 Water- 
town, res. 144 Main 
Carl, shirt ironer, 57 Spring 
Clarence Y., res. 144 Main 
Bowden John P., laborer, res. 9 rear 38 Cot- 
tage 
Bowen Alma G., clerk, res. 43 Marshall 
Euna B„ bookkeeper, water dept, res. 43 

Marshall 
George S.. tinsmith, res. 43 Marshall 
Gertrude W.. clerk (Court House, Pember- 
ton sq., B.i. res. 43 Marshall 
Bowker Sam. dyer, res. 301 Pleasant, Bemis 
Bowlby Alexina, bookkeeper, res. S6 Dexter 
av. 
Helen H.. res. 8G Dexter av." 
Lenny S.. contractor, res. 86 Dexter av. 
Bowler Mary Mrs., res. 79 Pleasant 

Miehaei J., motorman. res. 19 Pleasant 
Bowles George W., machinist, res. 3 Summer 
Bowman Elmer D.. expressman, res. 200 
Main 
Fred, milkman. 314 Main, res. do. 
William J., painter, res. 37 Capitol 
Boyce Garrett, plumber, res. 124 Galen 

Mary E.. widow of Garrett, res. 124 Galen 
Boyd James, inspector. U. S. Arsenal, res. 

156 Spruce 
Boyle Charles H., res. 39 Waltham 

Michael, core maker, res. 22 North Beacon 
Boylan Michael J., machinist, res. Union 

1 Market Hotel 
Boynton Beverly, shirt ironer, res. 106 

Galen 
Bozojan Avedis. boarding house, 70 Elm 
Brackett Elon, res. 12 Irving park 

George I., carpenter, res. 12 Irving' park 
Grace, housekeeper, res. 44 Spring 
Sidney L.. artist (192 Boylston. B.'). res. 
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321 



Bradford Ruth A., widow of Rev. George, 

res. 45 Summer 
Bradlee Auuie M., stitcher, res. 86 Summer 
Charles H., printer, res. 26 Spring- 
Ellen M., res. 20 Spring- 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 8G Summer 
Sarah A., stenographer (B.), res. 86 Sum- 
mer 
Sarah F., res. 26 Spring- 
Bradley Bernard, polisher, res. 12 Swett ct. 
John W., foreman, H. R. Co., res. at Cam- 
bridge 
Bransfield Edward, laborer, res. 29 Capitol 
Edward J., plumber, res. 29 Capitol 
Jeremiah, clerk, res. 29 Capitol 
Brauer Frank R., draughtsman, U. S. Ar- 
senal, res. at Brighton 
Fred, draughtsman, U. S. Arsenal, res. at 
Brighton 
Brecken John, helper, res. 72 Elm 
Bremner, David G., clerk, 7 Galen, res. 14 

Riverside 
Brennack John J., machinist, res. 225 Cool- 

idge av. 
Brennan Annie, res. 133 Main 
Eliza, at L\ B. & P. Co., res. 16 Cnurch 
Matthew, H. R. Co., res. 9 Elton av. 
Brewer Alanson T., foreman carpenter, U. 

S. Arsenal, res. at Brighton 
Bride David, res. 47 Mt. Auburn 
Bridges John A., supt., res. 15 Marion road 
Brierton Agnes, H. R. Co., res. 20 Ladd 
Catherine, telephone operator, res. 20 
Ladd 
Briggs Frank H., decorator, res. 21 Wil- 
liams v 
Brigham Charles, architect (100 Falmouth, 
B.), and pres. Watertown Co-operative 
Bank, 56 Main, res. 18 Garfield 
Harry W., clerk (24 South Market, B.), 

res. Brigham. cor. Bailey road 
Hattie S., bookkeeper, 29 Irving, res. 5 

Auburn place 
Maria, res. 18 Garfield 
Mary E. T., widow of John, res. Brigham 
Bright David L., plumber, res. 32 Cross 
Emma L.. bookkeeper, 24 Mt. Auburn, 

res. 5 Cuba 
Etta E., res. 5 Cuba 
George A., baker, res. 8 Howard 
Joseph, bag finisher, res. 5 Cuba 
Joseph T., res. 32 Cross 
Martha W., res. 8 Howard 
Rose A. Mrs., res. 32 Cross 
Wlliiam A., door maker, res. 32 Cross 
Bright's Bakery, Mary E. Harrison, prop., 

61 Main 
Britt John, H. R. Co., res. 7 Dexter av. 
Brock George O., cutter, res. 41 Franklin 
Lemuel, plumber, res. 136 Main 



Brock Ralph O., moved to N. Y. city 
Broderick David F., dyer, res. 1 Swett ct. 

John F., driver, res. 114 Fayette 
Broe George J., machinist, res. 22 Bridge, 

John, spinner, res. 22 Bridge 
Brogie Daniel E., bookkeeper, res. Rutland 
Brooks Frederick M., pastor, Church of the 
Good Shepherd, res. 5 Chester 
John, gardener, res. 209 Arsenal 
William, pattern maker, res. 209 Arsenal 
Broughton Ellen E., widow of Abraham, res. 

3 Gilkey court 
BroAvn Albert E., clerk, 15 Spring, res. 7 
Fayette 
Appleton E., musician, res. 67 Galen 
Charles F. A., machinist, U. S. A., bds. 116 

Walnut 
Charles L., janitor, Francis school, res. 28 

Summer 
Clark W., bookkeeper, 40 Fayette, res. 22 

Ladd 
Eben G., agent, res. 5 Dana Terrace 
Elizabeth, prop., Newton Exchange, res. 

24 Franklin 
Ella Mrs., res. 34 Summer 
Eva M., moved to Arlington 
E. Gertrude, teacher, res. 7 Fayette 
Frank A., insurance, res. 43 Elliot 
Frank A., machinist (B.), res. 4 Pearl 
Frederick C, salesman, res. 7 Elliot 
Frederick F., motorman, res. 89 Galen 
George, foreman, H. R. Co., res. 25 Oak 
George, teamster, res. 602 Belmont 
George, H. R. Co., res. 105 Laurel 
George B., student (B. U.), res. 602 Bel- 
mont 
George G., driver, res. 804 Mt. AuDurn 
Harriet M., widow of Benjamin, res. 5 

Dana Terrace 
Joseph E., tailors' trimmings (50 Chauncy,. 

B.), res. 23 Russell av. 
Justin H., clerk, (B.), res. 11 Otis 
Lewis E., prop. Emerson Ex. Co., 15' 

Spring, res. 7 Fayette 
Lydia H., died Aug. 9, 1905 
Mary F., stenographer, res. 602 Belmont 
Sadie, res. 12 Lyons ct. 
Mattie W., matron, 240 School, res. do. 
Schuyler L., surveyor, res. 34 Summer 
Sherman C, res. 61 Pleasant 
Thomas B., rubber worker, res. 20 Bel- 
mont 
Vernon S., motorman, res. 39 Arsenal 
Walter W., carpenter, res. Harrington, 
near Belmont 
Brace Eric G., upholsterer (B.), res. James 
Brundage Frank B., res. 58 Riverside 
Brunt George, irone'r, res. 26 Spring 
Bruty John W., contractor, res. 17 Oliver 
Buchan Alice M., H. R. Co., res. 97 Laurel 



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Buchan Clara E., H. R. Co., res. 97 Laurel 
Einnia P., H. It. Co., res. 97 Laurel 
Esther M., student, res. 97 Laurel 
William, stone cutter, res. 97 Laurel 
Buchanan Alexander J., res. 23 Parker 
Charles H., clerk, res. 23 Parker 
Daniel, pressman, Lewando's, res. 23 Par- 
ker 
John D., removed to Boston 
Bucklin Edward, bicycle repairer, Main St. 

ct., res. 101 Laurel 
Buffuin Albert F., bookkeeper, (B.), res. 33 

Hillside rd. 
Bullard Alice C, principal, Parker school, 1 
Bullock Henry, upholsterer, res. 21 Pleasant 

Horace S., salesman, res. 6 Windsor av. 
Bumstead Mabel W.. widow of Sylvester S., 

res. 54 Spring 
Burch Theodore H., blacksmith, res. 27 Mt. 

Auburn 
Burgess Charles A., died Jan. 8, 1905 
Edward K., wool sorter, res. 28 Elliot 
George M., engraver, res. 28 Elliot 
Luther P., 507 Old South Bldg., B.), res. 
42 Palfrey 
Burke Catherine A., res. 7 Cuba 

Edward P., machinist, U. S. Arsenal, res. 

76 Spruce 
James T., police, res. 14 Olney 
John, plumber, 65 Main, res. 47 do. 
Martin, foundryman. res. 6 cnurch Hill 
Martin, laborer, res. 33 Water 
Mary, widow, res. 30 Cuba 
Merton. reporter, (B.), res. 56 Capitol 
Thomas, starch maker, res. rear 30 Cuba 
Tobias, foreman, res. 48 Cypress 
William, laborer, res. 1 Howard 
Burnell Joseph J., laborer, res. 50 North 
Beacon 
Robert, driver, W., res. 50 North Beacon 
Burnham Edith A., res. 5 Hawthorne 

Henry C. motorman, res. 8 Ladd 
Burns Alice J., widow of Michael, res 133 
Main 
Edward M., machinist, res. 270 Arsenal 
Frank J., conductor, res. 37 Summer 
Honora, widow of Joseph M., res. 268 

Arsenal 
Jennie, widow of John F.. res 37 Summer 
John, clerk, res. 15 Dexter a v. 
Joseph A., salesman, res. 88 Main 
Kittie F., typewriter (B.), res. 268 Arsenal 
Lillian, nurse, res. 15 Dexter av. 
Mary E., teacher, Hosiner school, res. 268 

Arsenal 
Michael J., engineer, res. 112 Main 
Patrick R., clerk, res. 571 Mt. Auburn 
Burrill Mary I., res. 70 Galen 
Burt Charles H.. printer, res. 26 Spring 
John, H. R. Co., 88 Summer 



Burt Charles O., driver, 26 Main, res. do. 
Burwell Fred B., driver, res. 73 Capitol 
Bush John O., res. 26 Dexter av. 
Bustin Charles P., harness maker (B.j, res. 
35 Franklin 
Frank H., musician, res. 35 Franklin 
James T., paper hanger, res. 33 Laurel 
William H., died Mar. 21, 1904 
William H., res. 35 Franklin 
Butler Elmer, machinist, 35 Forest 

George, driver, 56 Galen, res. 29 Water 
George P., apothecary, 79 Main, res. 83 

Mt. Auburn 
Angeline, dressmaker, res. 22 Cross 
Henry E., machinist, res. 24 Williams 
John Haskell, sec. The Warren Soap Mfg. 

Co., res. at East Somerville 
May L.. stenographer, W. & P. Mfg. Co., 
res. at Sherborn 
Butterfield Herbert F., toolmaker, res. 19 
Morse 
Jonas, res. 19 Morse 
Butters Horatio, furniture mover, 28 Main 

res. 127 do. 
Button Edward M., rubber worker, res. 234 

Grove 
Byrne John, gate tender, E. W. station, res. 
9 Elton av. 
Mary A., wid. of Daniel, r. 33 Summer 
Byron Edith H., stenographer, r. 66 Spring 
Helen, teacher, res. 66 Spring 
Jennie W., res. 66 Spring- 
Joseph, salesman (B.j, res. 66 Spring- 
Mary R., teacher, High school, res. 66 
Spring 

CADY JAMES, machinist, res. 3a Howard 
Gafferty James J., repairer, res. 13 Maple 
Cahill Ann, widow of Thomas, res. Fnion, 
Bridget, housekeeper, 770 Mt. Auburn 
David, laborer, res. Union, near Galen 
Elizabeth G., clerk, res. Union, near Galen 
John, H. R. Co., res. 547 Mt. Auburn 
Katkerine, res. 547 Mt. Auburn 
Margaret, rubber worker, res. 19 Cuba 
Mary, glove cleanser, res. Union 
Mary, widow of James, res. 19 Cuba 
Margaret T., res. Union, near Galen 
Patrick, peddler, res. 25 Myrtle 
Patrick G., packer, res. 19 Cuba 
R. William, res. Union, near Galen 
Thomas P., dentist, 56 Main, rm. 3, r. 25 
Morse 
Cain Andrew J., insurance agent, res. 23 
North Beacon 
Edward F., clerk, res. 23 North Beacon 
Mary, wid. of Edward, r. 23 North Beacon 
Caldwell Morant H., printer, res. Orchard 
William M.. manager. 50 Main, res. 7 
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323 



Callahan Alice S., bookkeeper (B.), res. 43 
Cottage 
Annie L., bookkeeper, 357 Mt. Auburn, 

res. 43 Cottage 
Charles P.. express, res. 43 Cottage 
Dennis, laborer, res. 7 Cross 
Frank H., police, res. 43 Cottage 
John, coachman, res. 114 Galen 
John, farm hand, res. 85 Orchard 
Philip J., express, res. 43 Cottage 
William, res. 43 Cottage 
Callan Charles P.. bookbinder, res. 11, rear 
41 Cottage 
Edward M., bookbinder, res. 11, rear 41 

Cottage 
Frank T., compositor (Cambridge), res. 11 

rear 41 Cottage, Mt. Auburn 
Janies. bookbinder, res. 11, rear 41 Cot- 
tage 
see Calan 
Callanan Michael, laborer, res. 4 Homers ct. 
Calnan William J., laborer, res. 164 Main 
Calvert Alexander G., brass finisher, res. 

Main cor. Myrtle 
Cambridge Country School, Mrs. F. W. Rog- 
ers, principal, Belmont, near Trapelo rd. 
Cameron Clarence, foreman, 116 Waltham, 
res. do. 
Daniel, wheels-bright, res. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Donald, snpt., res. 11 Fifth av. 
Douglas, candy maker, res. 61 Cypress 
Campbell Alexander, laborer, res. 22 River- 
side 
Cyrus EL, hardware (Newton), res. 10 

Parker 
George C, clerk (Newton), res. 10 Parker 
Grace, steuographer, res. 28 Spring 
I. Delbert, motorman, res. 7 Summer 
Jennie, H. R. Co., res. 28 Melendy av. 
William J. D., moulder, res. 45 Cypress 
Caney Charles A., machinist, res. 13 Morse 
Frank H., supt., 14 Watertown, res. 13 
Morse 
Cannon George, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 60 

Laurel 
Carey Arthur F., draughtsman, res. 6 Hill 
Hannah, widow of Thomas, res. 6 Bacon 
Carle Edward M., machinist, res. 26 Quimby 
Carlson Albert, farm hand, res. 850 Orchard 
August, carpenter, res. 28 Grenville rd. 
Axel, boot maker, res. 39 Elm 
Axel E., at U. S. Arsenal, res. 60 Laurel 
Carl A., moved to San Antonio, Texas 
Peter, painter, res. 25 Cottage 
Carney Edward W., res. 14 Howard 
James, laborer, res. 12 Cottage 
Michael T., at U. S. Arsenal, res. 141 

Spruce 
Thomas, at H. R. Co., res. 12 Cottage 
Carr Thomas J., laborer, res. 26 Waltham 



Carr Thomas J., H. R. Co., res. 192 Cypress 

Carroll Ellen E., assistant, Dr. Home's, res. 
47 Arsenal 
Janies H., provisions, res. 16 Royal 
James J., clerk, res. 34 North Beacon 
Joanna, widow of Michael, res. 34 North 

Beacon 
John, prin. Grant school, res. 51 Mt. Au- 
burn 
John H., provisions, res. 13 Elton av. 
Katherine F., nurse, res. 47 Arsenal 
Mary, widow of James, res. 47 Arsenal 
Mathew, driver, res 47 Arsenal 
Patrick, laborer, res. 4 Grove 
Philip M., res. 34 North Beacon 
Thomas, laborer, res. 3 French ter. 
Thomas, stone mason, res. 13 Hern 
Thomas J., laborer, res. 3 French ter. 

Carruthers Robert, clerk (B.), res. 15 Royal 

Carson Harry E., clerk, U. S. Arsenal, res. 
at Cochituate 

Carter Bertha E., physician, 71 Mt. Auburn, 
res. do. 
Charles W., clothing and furnishing goods, 

37 Main, res. Somerville 
Florence L., teacher, res. 71 Mt. Auburn 
Frederick, clerk, 1 Main, res. 29 Riverside 
J. Earle. clerk (B.i, res. 71 Mt. Auburn 
Mabel, res. 71 Mt. Auburn 
Nathan D., res. 65 Bigelow av. 
Sarah H., widow of John, res. 71 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Warren, res. 18 Church 

Carvill Rebecca, widow of Henry, res. 35 
Marshall 

Casey David, died Dec. 28. 1903 
Michael, H. R. Co., res. 16 Elton av. 

Cash Elton, folder, res. 15 Riverside 
Sarah, res. 15 Riverside 

Cashman Daniel, res. 47 Mt. Auburn 

Cassidy B. C, res. 17 Cottage 

Edmund, horse dealre, res. 207 Arsenal 
Edward C, carpenter, res. rear 140 Main 
John E., wholesale liquors, 50 Broad (B.) 

res. 157 North Beacon 
Rose Mrs., res. 124 Galen 
Thomas, barber, res. L T nion Market Hotel 
William J., clerk (50 Broad, B.), res 157 
North Beacon 

Cavanaugh John, bookkeeper, res. 133 Main 

Cazmay T. Wilson, clerk, res. 10 Riverside 

Ceiley Annie L., milliner, res. 76 Mt. Auburn 
M. B. Physician, i"es. 76 Mt. Auburn 

Chadbourne Marshall W.. res. 127 Arlington, 

Chamberlain George N., salesman (115 Clin- 
ton. B.), res. 26 Russell av. 

Chambers Joseph, clerk (B.), res. 8 Oliver 
Theresa W., stenographer, res. S Oliver 

Chaney John, broker (B.), res. 25 Whitney 
Mary A., res. 25 Whitney 



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Chaney Samuel, res. 25 Whitney 

see Cheney 
Ohappell William G., carpenter, res. 122 Ga- 
len 
Charles Michael, H. R. Co., res. 38 Melondy 
av. 

Rufns, starch maker, res. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Charletier John, H. R. C, res. 37 Quimby 
Chase Freeman B., gateman, Union Market 
crossing, res. 66 Arsenal 
Henry, agent, N. E. Watch and Ward So- 
ciety (28 School, B.), res. 39 Marshall 
Hollis H.. cattleman, res. 6 Summer 
Samantha, res. 39 Marshall 
Sarah F., widow of Charles, res. 66 Ar- 
senal 
Chick Christina L. Mrs., res. 52 Riverside 
Edward G., pattern maker, res. 52 River- 
side 
Childs Stephen A., shirt cutter, rear 59 

Spring, res. 40 Riverside 
Chisholm Alexander, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 
4 Adams 
Hugh, molder, res. 45 Cypress 
Ruth Mrs., boarding house, 17 Hazel, res. 
do. 
Chittick Robert H., hay dealer (B.), res. 18 

Franklin 
Chivers Martin, carpenter, res. 6 Hunt 
Chute Strathren, telegraph operator, res.. 30 

New Lexington 
Cincotta Felix, grocer, 195 Newton, res. do. 
Claflin Walter A. (Walter A. Claflin & Co.), 
apothecary, 51 Main, res. at Cambridge 
Walter A. & Co. (Walter A. Claflin and 
William H. Fairbanks), apothecaries, 51 
Main 
Clagg J. Henry, prin. Hosmer school 
Clancy Bridget L., widow of Michael A., 
res. 68 Waltham 
Edwin N., supt, res. 68 Waltham. Bemis 
Clapp Lyndon, civil engineer, res. Dwight 
Clark Charles A., molder, res. 7 Patten 
Charles H., clerk, res. 4 Melville ter. 
Francis F., at U. S. Arsenal, res. 9. rear 

37 Cottage, Mt. Auburn 
George E., meat cutter, res. 39 Riverside 
Harry, carpenter, res. 140 Main 
John, asst. manager (B.), res. 68 Hovey 
John F., res. 9, rear 37 Cottage, Mt. Au- 
burn 
John H., clerk (F. R. R., B.), res. 36 North 

Beacon 
Margaret, widow of William H., res. 36 

North Beacon 
Patrick E., laborer, res. 9, rear 37 Cottage, 
Rhoda A. Mrs., res. 4 Irving 
Walter, res. 12 Hunt 

William W., plumber, 4 Main-st ct, res. 36 
North Beacon 



Clarke Abbie, res. 23 Garfield 
Frank A., shipper, res. 162 Main 
Henry W., machinery (156 Oliver, B.), 

ers. 23 Garfield 
William R., electrician, res. 11 Elliot 
Clarkson Jennie Mrs., res. 8 Bridge, Bemis 
Clayton Edwin, foreman (N.), res. 17 Chester 

Henry W., painter, res. 6 Boyd 
Cleary William, farm hand, res. 12 Stanley 

av. Bemis 
Clelland John R., painter, res. 17 Phillips 
Clement Henry A., carpenter, res. 53 Mt. 
Auburn 
Mary E., widow of Thomas R., res. Ralph 

T. Clement's, James 
Peter J., carpenter, res. 53 Alt. Auburn 
Ralph T., polisher, res. James, near Holt 
Cleveland L. Sidney, pres. Union Market Na- 
tional Bank and mnfr. men's neckware, 
65 Bedford, B.), res. 30 Russell av. 
Clifford Daniel J., laborer, res. 32 Cuba 
James, chef. res. 48 Forest 
Jeremiah, teamster, 48 Forest, res. do. 
John J., shoemaker, 2 Mt. Auburn, res. 3 

Cross 
John J., teamster, res. 48 Forest 
Clifton Edwin E., carpenter, res. 23 Marshall 
Clinkett Martin, rubber worker, res. Taylor 
Clough Edith, bookkeeper, res. 18 Maple 
Harriett C, widow of George W., res. 18 

Maple 
John W., res. 18 Maple 
Orrin D., clerk, res. rear 3 Cross 
Coakley Jeremiah J., gardener, res. 2 Will- 
iams 
Cobb David, clerg (B.), res. 24 Marion rd. 
Fred H., salesman (B.\ res 27 Hillside, rd. 
Freeman W., res. 24 Marion rd. 
Coberson Frederick, res. 47 Mt. Auburn 
Coburn Charles, res. 1 Upland rd. 
Chester, clerk, res. 1 Upland rd. 
Irving, bookkeeper, res. 1 Upland rd. 
Cody Hugh, laborer, res. Sycamore 
Coe Ida G., apothecary, Mt. Auburn, cor. 
Belmont, res. do. 
John W., machinist, res. 3 Falmouth, Bel- 
mont 
Coen John, paper maker, res. 28 Lexington 

Thomas J., motorman, res. 12 Cross 
Coffee John J., shirt ironer, res. 6 North Bea- 
con 
Coffey Catherine, widow of Cornelius, res. 
88 Summer 
Catherine, widow of Thomas, res. 14 

French 
Jerry, removed to Cambridge 
John, flagman, Howard-st. R. R. crossing, 

res. 141 Pleasant 
John D., stenographer (B.), res. 141 Pleas- 
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Coffey John J., painter, res. 14 French 
Margaret E., at Lewando's, res. 14 French 
Margaret M., res. 19 Riverside 
Mary, res 14 French 
Michael, laborer, res. 19 Riverside 
Owen, wood carver, res. 19 Riverside 
Thomas H., shirt ironer, 57 Spring, res. 8 
French 

Cogswell Charles, res. 80 Main 
James EL, res. 80 Main 

Cohan Thomas G., motorman, res. 154 Main 

Colberth James E., cutter, res. 10 Keith 

Colby Fred J., machinist, res. 64 Dexter av. 
Henry, machinist, U. S. Arsenal, res. 215 
Dexter av. 

Coldrick Charles, florist, res. 66 Hovey 
Clara G. bookkeeper, res. 66 Hovey 
Ida M., N. E. T. & T. Co., res. 66 Hovey 
Maud S., foreman (450 Washington, B.), 
res. 66 Hovey 

Cole Edward P., trav. salesman, res. 2 
Franklin 
Edwin M., removed to Taunton 
M. Edith, teacher (B.), res. 2 Franklin 
S. Frank, clerk (B.), res. 2 Franklin 
William A., agent (155 Franklin, B.), res. 

21 Dexter av. 
William H., electrician, 67 Water, res. 9 
Parker 

Coleman Charles, molder, res. 43 Laurel 
John, driver, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas R., 19 Galen, res. 15 Howard 
William, laborer, res. 15 Howard 
William P., police, res. 14 Green 

Colligan Anna J., bookkeeper, res. 3 Hill 
Charles A., teamster, res. 3 Royal 
Edward F., molder, res. 3 Winter 
Grace L., bookkeeper, res. 3 Hill 
Mary, bookkeeper (B.), boards 3 Hill 
Michael B., pattern maker, res. 3 Hill 

Collins Annie E., widow of Frank L., res. 
67 Galen 
Cornelius, helper, res. 9 Fifth av. 
Frank I., musician, res. 67 Galen 
Henry, paper hanger, res. 20 Maple 
John L.. brass mnfrs. (B.), res. Upland rd. 
Margaret, res. 74 Galen 
Martha J., Mrs., res. 31 Mt. Auburn 
Mary E., widow of Michael, res. 8 Carrol 
Patrick, U. S. Arsenal, res. 21 No. Beacon 
Sara L., music teacher, res. 67 Galen 
Willard F., student, res. 67 Galen 

Colpitts Wm. C, ins. agt, res 33 Laurel 

Conant Arthur L., tinsmith, 24 Main, res. 
19 Morse 
Marjorie J., student, res. 36 Elton av. 
Marvel J., com. merchant (22 So. Market, 
B.), res. 36 Elton av., E. W. 

Concannon Thomas, res. 13 Hazel 

Condon Ambrose, carpenter, res. 32 Spring 



Condon Bridget L., res. 17 French 

John, res. 17 French 

Lizzie, stenographer, 19 Galen, res. 17 
French 

Patrick (Patrick Condon & Sons), 58 Sum- 
mer, res. do. 

Patrick & Sons (Patrick Condon), coal and 
wood, 58 Summer, cor. White's av. 

Percy, driver, 58 Summer, res. do. 

William F., driver, 58 Summer, res. do. 
Conlan John, molder, res. 5 Arsenal 
Conley James J., real estate, res. 579 Mt. 
Auburn 

Mary, widow, res. 56 Laurel 
Connealy Philip P., agt. and inspt. of plumb- 
ing, Board of Health, res. 16 Church 
Connelly Anthony C, died Aug. 11, 1904 

Charles, laborer, 18 Lincoln, res. do. 

Michael, farm hand, res. 8, rear 37 Cot- 
tage, Mt. Auburn 

Patrick, laborer, res. 39 Water 

Stephen, laborer, res. 213 Arsenal 

Thomas, laborer, res. 13 Cuba 

Thomas J., laborer, res. 27 Church 
Conners Bertha, res. 11 Forest 

Daniel, laborer, res. 11 Forest 

Merrill S. Mrs., res. 30 Barnard av. 
Connolly Charles P., conductor, r. 105 Laurel 

John, H. R. Co., res. 78 Dexter av. 

John P., rubber worker, res. 55 Elm 

Joseph, H. R. Co., res. 78 Dexter av. 

Mary A., widow of Michael, r. 105 Laurel 

Michael, H. R. Go., res. 78 Dexter av. 

M. Edward, res. 105 Laurel 
Connor Frank J., asst. supt. res. 51 Elliot 

Frank S., ins. agt., res. 51 Elliot 

Walter J., machinist, res. 51 Elliot 
Connors Charles H., farm hand, res. Gilbert 

Clarence L., carpenter, res. 10 Rutland 

James, farmer, res. 343 Main 

Margaret E., widow of Williah, r. 4 Forest 

M. Mrs., res. 11 Forest 

Thomas M., milkman, res. 343 Main 
Conroy Annie F., skirt maker, res. 16 Forest 

Maurice, res. 19 Forest 

Michael E., mason, res. 12 Bacon 
Constanza Frank, laborer, res. 51 Galen 
Conway Matthew J., electrician (B.), res. 36 

Forest 
Cook Effle E. Mrs., bookkeeper, D. & F. 
Mfg. Co., res. 16 Franklin 

George J., painter, res. 10 Hunt 

John L., glove cleanser, res. 166 Main 

John M., dyer, 19 Galen, res. 166 Main 

Moses, removed to New York 

Philip, glove cleaner, res. 166 Main 

Thomas, blacksmith, 28 Arsenal, res. at 
Brighton 

see Coch 
Cooke John G, clerk, res. 31 Summer 



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Cooke William A., moved to Lynn 
Coolidge Anna M. J., died Mar. 18, 1904 
Deph., res. 17 Garfield 
Ellery C, ins. (B.j, res. IV Rnssell av. 
Elsie W., librarian, res. Belmont, Mt. Au- 
burn 
Fannie G., res. Belmont, Mt. Auburn 
George A., agent, res. 35 Barnard av. 
Frank E., market gardener, 703 Mt. Au- 
burn, res. do. 
Herbert, insurance (114 Water, B.), res. 17 

Garfield 
H. Adelaide, res. Belmont, Mt. Auburn 
Joshua, res. Belmont, Mt. Auburn 
Phillip T., student, res. 17 Garfield 
Rosamond M., art student, res. Belmont, 

Mt. Auburn 
Sumner, physician, 83 Coolidge Hill, r. do. 
Wendell P., market gardener, Belmont, 
Mt. Auburn, res. do. 
Coombs Edward H., bookkeeper, res. 9 Rus- 
sell av. 
S. Henry, cashier (600 Atlantic av. B.), res. 
9 Russell av. 
Coon James H. L., ins. inspector (71 Kilby, 

B.), res. 7 Palfrey 
Cooney, Daniel H., constable and chief po- 
lice, res. 18 Parker 
Joseph R., molder, res. 150 Main 
Cooper Walter A., res. 14 Hunt 
Copeland Andrew F., res. 51 Summer 
Coran Ella, H. R. Co., res. 28 Dexter av. 
Corcoran Catherine, stenographer, res. 49 
Pleasant 
Catherine, wid. of Patrick, r. 49 Pleasant 
Edmund, bookkeeper, res. 49 Pleasant 
James F., stenographer, res. 34 Cuba 
Henry A., electrician, 28 Main, res. 49 

Pleasant 
Lawrence, marble finisher, res. 41 Cot- 
tage, Mt. Auburn 
Mary, housekeeper, 6 rear 38 Cottage 
Mary, stenographer, res. 49 Pleasant 
Mary E., at paper mill, res. 34 Cuba 
Michael, res. 777 Mt. Auburn 
Patrick, machinist, res. 166 Mam 
Rose A., at paper mill, res. 34 Cuba 
Timothy, paper maker, res. 34 Cuba 
Cormick Caroline Mrs. res. 11 Centre 
James H., removed to New York 
Corning Rufus C, W. & P. Mfg., res. 148 

Cypress 
Corson Alice, res. 55 Palfrey 

William W., com. mer. (564 Wash., B.), 
res. 55 Palfrey 
Costello Charles P., steward, res. Belmont 
Edward, H. R. Co., res. 13 Hazel 
Winnifred Mrs., res. 16 Elton av. 
Costigan Albert F.. machinist, U. S. Arsenal, 
res. 141 Spruce 



Cotter James, carpenter, res. 3 Marshall 
Cotting Henrietta, widow of Edward P., res. 

124 Galen 
Cotton Michael, laborer, res. Homer 
Coughlin Thomas W. Rev., pastor of the 
Sacred Heart Ch., res. 770 Mt. Auburn 
William, pedlar, res. 90 Water 
Coulton James, supt, Bemis Mills, res. at 

Newton 
Courtney David R., civil eng., res. 130 Main 
John H., artesian wells, etc., 155 Pleas- 
ant, res. do. 
John J., clerk (B.), res. 130 Main 
Michael, town teamster, res. 130 Main 
Minnie C, at library, res. j30 Main 
Nellie I., laundress, 57 Spring, r. 130 Main 
Cousineau Hormisdes, cabinet maker, 9 Tay- 
lor, res. 3 Arsenal 
Cousins Alva W., milkman, res. 682 Belmont 
Coveney, Mary, widow of Dennis, res. 27 

Pleasant 
Cox Alice M., res. 19 Green 
James, starch maker, res. 6 Maple 
Sarah A., widow of Barney C, res. 19 

Green 
William H., res. 19 Green 
Crafts John L., trav. salesman, res. 4 Adams 
Cragan George J., carpenter, res. 143 Cool- 
idge av. 
Craig Charles J., removed to N. H. 
Harry N., removed to Cambridge 
Cramm John J., cooper, 46 Water, res. 23 

Water 
Cranston William A., shipper, res. 5 Taylor 
Crawford Angeline G, widow of Calvin, res. 

18 Lincoln 
CRAWFORD FRED E., lawyer (616 Old 
South Bldg., B.), res. 12 Lincoln (see 
page 311) 
Harry A., coal dealer, res. 19 Chester 
Crellman M., driver, res. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Critchett Almaretta J., teacher (B.), res. 32 
Royal 
Elsie A., res. 32 Royal 

Eunice A., teacher (Brighton), r. 54 Church 
Everett H, student, res. 41 Palfrey 
Frederick E., town clerk and ins. agt, 56 

Main, res. 41 Palfrey 
James H., res. 41 Palfrey 
James O., express, 28 Main, res. 54 Church 
William M., clothing (77 Bedford, B.), res. 
11 Franklin 
Croft Mark D., shipper, res. 17 Winter 
Michael, died Feb. 24. 1904 
Thomas L., conductor, res. 17 Winter 
William J., moved to Brighton 
Crompton Mary E., res. 207 Arsenal 
Crosby Charles F., died July 28, 1903 
Franklin Mrs., res. 7 Boyd 
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Crosby Martin J., rubber worker, res. 14 

Middle 
CROSBY WILLIAM LINCOLN, gen. mgr. 
Lewaudo's Dye House, 1 Galen, office 
(17 Temple pi., B.), res. at Boston, (see 
page 3) 
Cross Frank S. H., electrician, H. R. Co., 
res. Highland av. 
Robert A., machinist, res. Highland av. 
Crossiield Marion Mrs., res. 31 Franklin 
Crossland Anna, bookkeeper, res. 38 Summer 
Benjamin, overseer Bemis Mills, res 44 

Waltham 
Edwin, engineer, res. 326 Pleasant 
George, treas. Watertown Worsted Co. 
res. 3S Summer 
■Grossman Sanford, driver, 15 Spring, res. 31 

Summer 
Crottjr Joseph, plumber, res. 38 Riverside 
Crouse James E., foreman, res. 14 Chester 
•Crowe Lewis W., carpenter, 49 Elliot 
Crowell Randall H., bookkeeper, Spring, res. 

4 Chester 
Cruchshank William G., removed to Walpole 
Crump John J., clerk, res. 819 Mt. Auburn 
Oliver R„ clerk (B.), res. 819 Mt. Auburn 
Richard, cook (B.), res. 819 Mt. Auburn 
Cruser Lewis E., foreman, res. 22 Parker 
Culhan Edward, foreman, res. 47 Cottage 
John E., spring maker, res. 47 Cottage 
Culhane John, H. R. Co., res. 73 Nichols av. 
John C, H. R. Co., res. 73 Nichols av. 
Thomas, H. R. Co., res. 73 Nichols av. 
Cullen John, res. 15 Arsenal 
John, foreman, W. & P. Co. 
John S. Rev., pastor St. Patrick's church, 
res. 9 Chestnut 
•Cullhane John, rubber worker, res. 154 Cy- 
press 
Cummings Charles, H. R. Co., r. 9 Elton av. 
Charles W., mason, 12 Patten, res. do. 
Mary A., widow of Andrew, res. 12 Patten 
Roy, res. 33 Dexter av. 
Cunniff John, laborer, res. 16 Sycamore 
John F., letter carrier, res. 30 Riverside 
Martin J., molder, res. 66 Galen 
Mary E., bookkeeper, res. 66 Galen 
CUNNIFF, P. SARSFIELD, lawyer, Bank 
Bldg., Newton and (311 Pemberton 
bldg., B.), res. 66 Galen, see page 310 
Peter, laborer, res. 88 Walnut 
William, sub-letter carrier, res. 66 Galen 
Cunningham John J., rubber worker, res. 96 

Dexter av. 
Cm-ran Frank, rubber worker, res. 63 Elm 
Frank, student, res. 10 Otis 
Ida M. Mrs., res. 10 Otis 
Julia, widow of Thomas, res. Common, cor 

Grenville road 
Kate E., clerk, r. Common c. Grenville rd. 



Curran Peter, foundry man, r. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Curtin Alice Mrs., removed to Boston 
Curtis Bessie G., bookkeeper (B.), res. 18 
Irving- 
Ira T., driver, res. 18 Irving 
dishing Harry R., lawyer, res. 10 Walnut 
Helen, res. 2 Hawthorne 
Sylvanus M., carpenter, res. 53 Spring- 
Cutler Caroline Mrs., res. 5 Irving pk. 
Cutter George W., res. 23 Marion rd 

Harris M., freight agent, r 23 Langdon av. 
Hattie M., teacher, Spring school, res. 39 

Marshall 
Michael, rubber worker, r. 26 No. Beacon 
Cutts Alonzo, res. 6 Boyd 

DADMUN ETTA B., teacher Grant school, 
res. 25 Marshall 
Guy L., shipper, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. at 

Allston 
Helen, died Oct. 6, 1903 
Daggett John, rubber worker, res. 535 Mt. 

Auburn 
Dailey Henry E., 2d hand, 26 Pleasant, res. 
62 Riverside 
John, supt. mill dept, 24 Pleasant, res. 44 

Riverside 
John F., paper maker, 24 Pleasant, res. 62 
Riverside 
Dalbora Dominick, fruit, res. 5a Mt. Auburn 
Dalby Carrie, res. 37 Morse 

Eliza, widow of Thomas, res. 37 Morse 
Thomas A., pres. Thomas Dalby Co., 43 

Morse, res 3 Jewett 
Thomas Co., ninfrs. ladies' and infants' 
knit underwear, 43 Morse, T. A. Dalby, 
president and treasurer 
Dale George H., mechanic, res. 342 Main 
Daley Eliza A., widow of Michael J., res. 12 
Morse 
Robert W., bookkeeper (B.), res. 12 Morse 
William J., blacksmith, 5 Grove 
Dalliare Jerome, hairdresser, 3 Mt. Auburn, 

res 8 Hudson 
Daly Joseph. priDter, res. 40 Arsenal 

Norah, wid. of Jeremiah, r. 49 Arsenal 
Dalzell Fred W., undertaker's asst., 20 Mt. 

Auburn, res. 33 Fayette 
Damon Joseph N., treas. Union Carpet lin- 
ing Co., 304 Arsenal, res. at Newton 
Dane Albert E., paymaster, 26 Pleasant, res. 

14 Franklin 
Dangredo Frank, laborer, res. 53 Galen 
Daniel Bessie J., res. 1 Centre 
Elizabeth Mrs., res. 1 Centre 
Vivian, physician, 86 Mt. Auburn, res. do. 
Darby Frederick J., watch maker, res. 63 

Morse 
Dardis James, laundryman, 19 Galen, res. 
55 Fayette 



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Dardis John H., died Aug. 13, 1903 

Mary J., widow of John H., res. 9 Green 
Darrow Fritz, student, res. 6 Centre 
Davenport Albert M., res. 88 Grove, E. W. 
Alfred M., market gardener, 88 Grove, E. 

W., res. do. 
Bennett F., physician (1(31 Tremont, B.), 

res 64 Coolidge Hill 
Charles, died, Feb. 18, 1903 
C. Willis Jr., salesman, res. 311 School 
Marie A., widow of Charles F., res. 20 
Parker 
Davidson Albert O., mngr. Aetna Mills, 20;. 

Pleasant, res. 8 Bridge 
DAVIDSON, GEORGE G., innfr. custom 
shirts, 17 Main, rm. 6, res. 73 Mt. Au- 
burn (see page 301) 
Herbert C, clerk, res. 104 Coolidge Hill, 

next Grove 
Herbert E., pres. Library Burea>i (530 
Atlantic av., B.), res. 104 Coolidge Hill 
Davis Arthur G., died June, 1903 
Herbert O., manager, 300 School 
Jason G., expressman, res 24 Bridge, Be- 
nds 
L. Annie, nurse, res. 14 Nichols av. 
Day Edward, coachman, Coolidge Hill, res. 
32 Crawford 
Ernest, master mechanic, Hood Rubber 

Co., res. 144 Dexter av. 
George H, cattle inspector, res. 45 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Hiram R., carpenter, res. 10 Hern 
Deagle Daniel, painter, res. 46 Capitol 
George, painter, res. 46 Capitol 
John, painter, res. 46 Capitol 
Dean Charles A., shirt cutter. 57 Spring, res. 
4 Summer 
Charles H. (Custom House, B.), res. 64 
Dexter av. 
Deckert Oscar, furrier (B.i, res. Brookline, 

near Belmont 
DeCoster J. C, res. 2b Palfrey 
DeCourey Thomas, driver, 85 Orchard, r. do. 
Deery John, fireman, res. 12 Middle 
Deignan Patrick C, rubber worker, res. 16 

Elton av. 
Delacey William, bookkeeper, 302 Arsenal 

res. at Brighton 
Delaney James H., driver, res. 10 Stanley av. 
John C, mnfr. builders' finish (75 Ware- 
ham, B.), res. 609 Belmont 
John H., mason, res. 46 Walruam 
John J., clerk, 4 Main-st. ct, res. at New- 
ton 
William, junk, res. 10 Stanley av. 
Delay Annie A., at Aetna Mills, res. 283 
Pleasant 
Bridget E., at Aetna Mills, res. 283 
Pleasant 



Delay Mary, wid. of Daniel, r. 283 Pleasant 
Delorey Kate, widow of Andrew, res. 16 
Stanley av. 
Simon, helper, res. 77 Watertown 
De Meritt Charles M., res. 54 Olney 
Dennen Charles A., veterinarian, Union 
Market House, res. do. 
Joseph H.. physician, 16 i^angdon av., rdo. 
De Pass Louis J., student, res. 43 Fayette 
Louis W., statistician (Cham, of Com., 
B.). res. 43 Fayette 
Derby Henry G, treas. Boston Fresh Tripe 

Co. (Brighton), res. 61 Watertown 
Derderian Anthony (Derderian Bros.), 107 
Arlington, res. 30 Elton av. 
Bros. (John and Anthony), grocers, 107 

Arlington 
John (Derderian Bros.), 107 Arlington, res. 
30 Elton av. 
Dermon John S., carpenter, res. 16 Fifield 

Walter, clerk, res. 16 Fin eld 
Derne John, clerk (B.), res. 44 Mt. Auburn 

Walter, clerk, res. 16 Fifield 
Desmond Katherine, laundress, res. 3 Mel- 
ville ter. 
Devaiiy Ann, widow of Dennis, res. 81 Sum- 
mer 
James F., laborer, res. 74 Summer 
Michael, laborer, res. 81 Summer 
Patrick, laborer, res 21 French 
Thomas T., machinist, res 81 Summer 
Devine Ellen, widow of William, res. 108 
Laurel 
May A., H. R. Co., res. 108 Laurel 
Nellie C, H. R. Co., res. 108 Laurel 
Dickinson Dwight W., dentist, res. 25 Melen- 
dy av. 
John D., dentist 164 Newbury, B.), res. 9 

Winter 
John W., dentist, res. 27 Marion rd 
Dickson Edward, teamster, res. 3 Taylor 
Dill Everett G., mngr. (B.), res. 5 Marion rd. 
Dillon Annie Mrs., boarding house , 13 Haz- 
el, res. do 
Dimick Carroll D., watchman (State House,. 
B.), res 1 Otis 
Dema P., teacher, res. 1 Otis 
Gertrude M., teacher (B.), res. 1 Otis 
Orlando W.. principal, Wells scholl (B.),. 
res. 13 Russell av. 
Dimock William J., carpenter, res. 40 Union 
Ditchett Thomas, engineer, res. 19 Hunt 
Doane Herbert W., grocer, 46 North Beacon,. 

res. do. 
Doherty Agnes, res. 104 Pleasant 
Ann Mrs., res. 104 Pleasant 
James F., clerk, res. 33 Summer 
John, gardener, died July 22, 1904 
Katherine, nurse, res. 32 Elliot 
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Doherty Thomas P., clerk, r. 33 Summer 
Dolbier Edward B., foreman, res. 131 Boyd 
Donaher John, H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Donald Arthur J., boot maker, res. 41 Cot- 
tage 
Donaldson James F., carpenter, res. 7 Cot- 
tage 
Jennie, bookkeeper, res. 56 Melendy av. 
Donnelly Andrew, farm hand, res. 4 Charles 
Cornelius, baker, res. 188 Main 
John J., res. 79 Water 
Michael, laborer, res. 79 Water 
Thomas, farm hand, res. 15 Grenville rd. 
Donovan Alice, marker, 57 Spring, res. 16 
Forest 
Ann, died Jan. 10, 1905 
Elizabeth, laundress, res. 16 Forest 
James, H. R. Co., res. 37 Nichols av. 
Mary J. checker, res. 16 Forest 
Doody Henry A., machinist, res. 18 Sawin 

Patrick, laborer, res. 18 Sawin 
Dooling Anna, U. P. B. Co., r. 5 Harnden av. 
Margaret, widow of John, r. 5 Harnden av. 
Dore Paul, clerk, TJ. S. Arsenal, res. at New- 
ton 
Dorman James A., B. & M. R. R., res. 58 

Capitol 
Dormer Anna B., widow of James, res. 16 

Patten 
Doucette Adi'ian, waiter, Oakley Country 

Club, Belmont, res. do. 
Doughty Charles E., chairs recaned, Main-st. 

ct, res. do. 
Douglas Daniel A., conductor, res. 11 Palfrey 
Susan F., widow of James H., res. 174 
Main 
Douglass Sarah A., widow of Charles A., 
res. Sycamore 
William, draughtsman (B.), res. Sycamore 
Dow Arthur F., stock broker (B.), res. 4 Co- 
lumbia 
Benjamin H., molder, res. 40 Riverside 
J. B., florist, res. 44 Belmont 
Dowd James, gateman, res. 20 Spring 

John, laborer, res. 155 Spruce 
Downes Joseph W., clerk (B.), res. 3 Mel- 
ville ter. 
Downing Richard, died Feb. 19, 1905 

Wliliam J., teamster, res. 75 Fayette 
Dowsland William, coachman, 42 Common, 

res. do. 
Doyle James, laborer, res. 2 Summer 
John, starch maker, res. 4-1 Mt. Aubui'n 
John E., laborer, res. 5 Rifle ct, Mt. Au- 
burn 
Michael, laborer, r. 5 Rifle ct., Mt. Auburn 
Patrick, laborer, res. 13 Cuba 
Thomas, res. 5 Rifle ct, Mt. Auburn 
Drake Bertha A., stenographer (B.), res. 35 
Marshall 



Drake Clara Mrs., res. 12 Otis 

Frank H., officer, State Prison (Charles- 
town), res. 35 Marshall 
Frederick L., collector (B.), res. 123 Mt. 

Auburn 
Luther S., clerk, res. 35 Marshall 
Mabel G-., teacher (Melrose), res. 35 
Marshall 
Draper Emma N., widow of George, res. 54 
Barnard av. 
Jennie F., clerk, res. 54 Barnard av. 
William H., clerk, res. 54 Barnard av. 
Drew Atwood D., shoe repairer, 6 Spring, 
res. 7 Palfrey 
George E., foreman, res. 18 Palfrey 
Hem-y H., gold and silver refiner (B.), 

res. 15 Winsor av. 
Patrick, machinist, res. 381 Arlington 
Driscoll Cornelius, died Mar. 7, 1905 

James A., section foreman, F. R. R., res. 

50 School 
John, machinist, res. 37 North Beacon 
Timothy J., laborer, res 52 Forest 
Dugan Catherine A., nurse, res. 360 Pleas- 
ant, Bemis • 
Edward, H. R. Co., r. 360 Pleasant, Bemis 
Eugene, clerk, res. 360 Pleasant, Bemis 
John J., station agent, Bemis, res. 360 

Pleasant do. 
Margaret, res. 360 Pleasant, Bemis 
Peter, H. R. Co., res. 360 Pleasant, Bemis 
Dunklee Eliza Mrs., res. 4 Marion rd. 
Dunlap Franklin A., W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 

146 Spruce 
Dunn James, laborer, res. 20 Williams 
Dunne George C, manager (42 Oliver, B.), 

res. 73 Boyd 
Dunphy Annie E., clerk, r. 29 Greenville rd. 
Catherine, clerk (B.), res. 29 Greenville rd. 
James P., clerk, P. O., r. 29 Greenville rd. 
Johanna, cigar maker, res. 25 Morse 
Mary T., res. 29 Greenville rd. 
Patrick J., clerk (B.), res. 29 Grenville rd. 
Dupee Elva Odell, res. 27 Morse 
George H., res. 27 Morse 
Georgia E., res. 27 Morse 
Durbin Frank P., res. 9 Elliot 
Durnan James H., grocer, 56 Melendy av., 
res. do. 
James H. Jr., machinist, r. 56 Melendy av. 
John J., grocer 56 Melendy av., res. do. 
Mary E., res. 56 Melendy av. 
Patrick F., fruit, res., 56 Melendy av. 
Dutton Albert, manager (6 Portland, B.), 

res. 212 Arlington 
Duvey Frank F., furniture, mover, res. 8 
Garfield 
Isa M.. res. 8 Garfield 
Dwyer Elizabeth, widow of John, res. rear 
138 Main 



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Dwyer Frank A., driver, res. 71 Spruce 
Joanna E., at Met. Laundry, res. 62 Sum- 
mer 
John F., police, res. 71 Spruce 
J. Fred, machinist, res. 71 Spruce 
Mary, dye house, res. 62 Summer 
Michael F., machinist, res. 11 Swett ct. 
Nellie, bookkeeper, (Cambridge), res. 62 

Summer 
Thomas F., contractor, 55 Forest, res. do. 
Walter J., machinist, r. 71 Spruce 

Dyer Abbie B., widow of Isaac H., res. 30 
Franklin 
A. Anna, teacher, res. 30 Franklin 
Charles EL, (B.), res. 30 Franklin 
Isaac H., died Mar. 4, 1904 
John, H. R. Co., res. 61 Cypress 
Madeline, milliner, res. 30 Franklin 

Dymond Alfred S., bookkeeper, res. Syca- 
more 

EAGLESON ARCHIBALD C, res. 13 Royal 
Eames E. J., clerk, 304 Arsenal, res. Allston 
Helen B., student, res. 15 Garfield 
Seth, student, res. 15 Garfield 
Earle James H., publisher (178 Wash., B.), 
res. 127 Galen 
Ralph S., student, res. 125 Galen 
Raymond B., printer, res. 125 Galen 
Eason William, foreman, res. 46 Riverside 
Easterbrook Edwin, salesman (B.), res. Bar- 
nard av. 
Eaton Ann M. Mrs., res. 26 Franklin 
Henry A., painter, res. 52 Capitol 
Roy M., clerk, Watertown sta., res. Laurel 
Eden Frank E., clerk, res. 116 Galen 

Frederick W., painter, res. 116 Galen 
Edgar Robert, salesman, res. 17 Prentiss 
Edgecomb Nellie, bookkeeper (B.), r. 13 Otis 
Edmands Frederick L., lawyer, res. 4 Bige- 
Ioav ter. 
Harry C, res. 42 Marshall 
Edwards William H., dentist (Newton), res. 

15 Fayette 
Egan Catherine, res. 36 California 

Festus, plumber, 4 Main-st. ct., res. at 

Newton 
Michael, removed to Waltham 
Egleston William J., shoemaker, 76 Main, 

res. do. 
Eisenbaur Pryor F., carpenter, res. 7 Oliver 

rd. 
Elliott Arthur H., res. 48 Olney 
Hiram H., died June 12, 1903 
James, painter, res. 65 Irving 
James A., clerk, res. 65 Irving 
Luther F., teacher, Y. M. C. A. (B.), res. 

23 Franklin 
Richard P.. sec. Stanley Motor Carriage 
Co., res. at Boston 



Elliott Miriam, wid. of Hiram, r. 6 Cross 

Sterling, res. 24 Maple 
Ellis George, carpenter, res. 55 Summer 
Rupert, H. R. Co., res. 21 Hazel 
Susie C. (Benner & Ellis), restaurant, 8 

Mt. Auburn, res. 46 Riverside 
William, ship carpenter, res. 46 Riverside 
Ellison Bertram P., manager (B)., res. 7 

Russell av. 
Ellms Harold M., machinist, U. S. Arsenal, 

res. Cedar 
Emerson Charles S., physician, 51 Mt. Au- 
burn, res. do. 
Express Co., Lewis E. Brown, prop., 

15 Spring 
George F., teamster, res. 52 Mt. Auburn 
George R., salesman, res. 3 Irving 
Mabelle, teacher (Newton), r 13 Russell av. 
Mary A., widow of Thomas, res. 10 Swett 

pi., Bemis 
Sarah A., clerk, res. 3 Irving 
Silas L., W. W. Co., res. 9 Columbia 
Thos. P. (26 Sudbury, B.)r. 99 Mt. Auburn 
William M., foreman, res. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Emery Ada P., music teacher, 19 Dexter av., 
res. do. 
John A., pres. the Waterproof Paint Co., 

71 Fayette, res. at Boston 
Lucy Mrs., res. 19 Dexter av. 
Erazian Yarton, H. R. Co., r. 28 Melendy av. 
Erickson Eric, rubber worker, r. 160 Spruce 

Gustave, machinist, res. 31 Summer 
Essayan Leon, restaurant, 25 Elton av., res. 

7 Dexter av. 
Evans Charles E., florist, 360 Main, res. do. 
Charles, died Jan. 24, 1904 
James D., salesman (55 Commercial, B.), 
and vice-pres. Watertown Co-operative 
Bank, res. 30 v Marshall 
Mary E., res. 30 Marshall 
Royal, clerk (B.), res. 14 Marshall 
E. C. Mfg. Co., Herbert H. Sawyer, treas., 
57 Spring 

FAGAN ARTHUR C, machinist, res. 36a 
Forest 
James H., harness maker, res. 36a Forest 

Fahey James H., laborer, res. 42 Galen 
John, H. R. Co., res. 32 Quimby 
Margaret, widow of Patrick, res. 8 Middle 
Martin, fireman, res. 6 Maple 
Mary, res. 51 Elliot 
Patrick, starchmaker, res. 108 Water 
Patrick J., motorman. res. 3 Royal 
Thomas, fireman, res. 6 Taylor 

Fairbanks Alfred C, salesman, 71 Fayette, 
res. at Medford 
Franklin W., clerk, res. 18 Lincoln 
George D., ins. (B.), res. 45 Riverside 
P. Mrs., res. 5 Oliver rd. 



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331 



Fairbanks William H. (Walter A. Claflin & 
Co.), apothecary, 51 Main, res. 45 River- 
side 
Fallon Thomas, H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Fancy George E. S., stockkeeper, 67 Water, 
res. 7 Fletcher ter. 
Raymond A., clerk, res. 7 Fletcher ter. 
Fanning John S., conductor, res. 5 Taylor 
Farley Felix, painter, res. 35 Forest 
Farmer Frank E., candy maker, 32 Main, 

res. 57 Summer 
Farnham Alice M., widow of Thomas H., 

res. 19 Franklin 
Farraher Martin, teamster, 224 Arsenal, res. 
13 Mt. Auburn 
Michael, paper maker, res. opp. 10 Ladd 
Michael, driver, res. 13a Mt. Auburn 
May Mrs., res. 6 Church Hill 
Richard, teamster, res. 27 Water 
Farrar Frank M., coachman, res. 41 Spring 
Farrell Ellen, widow of John, res. Maple 
James, blacksmith, res. 9 Lyons ct. 
John J., carpenter, res. 21 Sawin 
John Rev., asst. pastor, St. Patrick's 

church, res. 9 Chestnut 
Michael J., carpenter, res. 31 Sawin 
Murtaugh, carpenter, res. 24 Belmont 
Patrick B., blacksmith (Newton), res. 9 

Lyons ct. 
Thomas E., machinist, res. 63 Spring 
Timothy J., died April 13, 1905 
Farrington Annie M., widow of Horace, res. 
62 Belmont 
Daniel, farm hand. res. 6 Sycamore 
Thomas, farmer, res. 6 Sycamore 
Thomas F., laborer, res. 6 Sycamore 
FARWELL WILLIAM E., Insurance, 25 

Winter, res. do. (see page 307) 
Favaloro Joseph, fruit, 69 Main, res. do. 
Faxon George F., manager, res. 10 Chestnut 

Harriet A., res. 12 Maple 
Fay John J., laborer, res. 64 North Beacon 
Fennell Joseph F., salesman, res. 79 Palfrey 
Fennerty Herbert, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 
152 Spruce 
Rufus, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 152 Spruce 
Rufus S. W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 152 Spruce 
Ferguson John T., electrician, res. 10 Union 
Thomas J., laborer, res. 81 Summer 
WB' ( .liam G., molder, res. 20 Walnut 
William G., molder, res. 20 Walnut 
Fernald Eliza H., widow of Hiram, res. 65 
Mt. Auburn 
Marietta C, res. 65 Mt. Auburn 
Ferrier Madame, French laundry, 12 Pal- 
frey, res. do. 
Ferrins James W., express, 4 Chestnut, r. do. 

John, laborer, res. 9 Arsenal 
Ferris Edmand, foreman, res. 29 No. Beacon 
Edwin, teamster, res. 44 Galen 



Fewkes Herbert G., machinist, res. 27 Maple 

Jesse, res. 27 Maple 
Field Edward F., machinist, res. 31 Spring 
Edwin T., clerk, 18 Mt. Auburn, res. 57 

Riverside 
George I., laborer, res. 1 Howard 
Mabel E., bookkeeper, 258 Pleasant, r. 57 
Riverside 
Fife Fred C, lumberman, res. 14 Church 
Fifield John E., hardware, 33 Main, res. 14 

Fayette 
Files Louis M., real estate, res. 49 Elliot 
Finn Michael, motorman, res. 67 Capitol 
Finnegan John, rubber worker, res. 416 Ar- 
senal 
Patrick, H. R. Co., res. 7 Dexter av. 
Fish George E., molder, res. 50 Royal 
Finon John, H. R. Co., res. 18 Adams 
Fisher Anna H., teacher, Hosmer school, 
res. 7 Chester 
Bridget, widow of John, res. 25 No Beacon 
Clinton T., clerk, H. R. C, res. 23 Ham- 
den av. 
George O., painter, res. 86 Spruce 
James P., res. Olcott 
Jennie B., nurse, res. 40 Palfrey 
Joel J., yardmaster, F. R. R. (B.), res 3 

Centre 
L. G., pres. Union Bag and Paper Co., 24 

Pleasant, res. at Chicago, 111. 
Martin W., surveyor, res. 25 North Beacon 
Mary, widow of Michael, res. Sycamore, 
near Chandler 
Fitz Abbie M., teacher, res. 6 Common 
Charles F., bookkeeper, National Union 

Bank (40 State," B.), res. 6 Common 
Charles F., Jr., civil engineer (1 Ashburton 
pi., B.), res. 6 Common 
Fitzgerald Christopher, res. 7 Forest 
Edward G., butcher, res. 6 Oliver road 
Edward W., carpenter, res. 9 Forest 
Joseph, res. 7 Forest 
Lawrence, gardener, res. 44 Belmont 
Mary, res. 42 Galen 
Michael, laborer, res. 23 Grenville road 
Fitzpatrick Edward, teamster, 224 Arsenal, 
res. 83 Watertown 
Peter, driver, res. 30 Melendy av. 
Flagg James H., res. 46 Belmont 
Flaherty Michael, laborer, res. 9 Cuba 
Michael, starch maker*, res. 6 Maple 
Thomas, laborer, res. 45 Water 
William, painter, 41 Myrtle, res. do. 
Flanagan Cornelius, messenger, res. 3 Dana 
ter. 
Elizabeth, wid. of John, r. 547 Mt. Auburn 
James, H. R. Co., res. 16 Elton av. 
John, clerk (B.), res. 547 Mt. Auburn 
Mary, H. R. Co., res. 547 Mt. Auburn 
Nellie G., W. W. Co., res. 547 Mt. Auburn 



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Flanagan James, H. R. Co., r. 16 Elton av. 
Flanders Auusta L. Mrs., res. 42 Galen 

David, salesman, res. 27 Riverside 
Flannery James F., conductor, res. 65 Capi- 
tol 
Mary J-, res. 65 Capitol 
Owen, contractor, res. 30 North Beacon 
John, laborer, res. 21 Water 
Walter J., clerk, res. 65 Capitol 
Fleming Helen, presser, res. 24 Spring 
H. Eugene, bookkeeper, res. 24 Elliot 
James, paper maker, res. 92 rear 94 Main 
James A., bookkeeper, res. 11 Dexter av. 
Margaret, widow of Thomas, res. 2 

Homer 
Mary C, widow, res. 11 Dexter av. 
Robert, teamster, res. 4 Cuba 
Fletcher Albion C, hardware, 37 and 39 
Main, res. 10 Irving 
Elizabeth C. Mrs., res. 85 Summer 
Herbert O., machinist, res. 76 Dexter av. 
FLETCHER IRVING T., grocer, 256 Plea- 
sant, res. 235 California, Newton (see 
page 303) 
Leonard A., clerk, res. 85 Summer 
Leverett N. (Fletcher & Co. I. jeweler, 11 

Main, res. at Waltham 
& Co. (Leverett N.« Fletcher), jewelers, 11 
Main 
Flett Thomas, tinsmith, 24 Main,, res. 1 

Mellville ter. 
Flocton John M., musician, res. 8 Otis 
Flohr Hannah E., widow of Andrew L., res. 

7 Parker 
Flood Ann, widow of James, res. 1 Waltham 

William A., clerk, res. 1 Waltham 
Florence Crittenton Home, 209 Arlington 
Flynn Catherine, nurse, res. 48 Capitol 
Charles, at U. C. L. Co., res. 316 Arsenal 
Daniel C, H. R. Co., res. Charles 
John P., H. R. Co., res. 1 Mt. Auburn 
Joseph E., res. 65 Spring 
Thomas, laborer, res. 13 Pleasant 
Foley Augustin A., bookkeeper, res. 299 
Pleasant 
Bridget, stenographer, res. 159 Pleasant 
Charles A., express, res. 299 Pleasant 
Jeremiah, laborer, res. 159 Pleasant 
Jeremiah, Jr., stenographer, res. 159 Plea- 
sant 
John J., driver, res. 31 Summer 
Margaret T., res. 33 Summer 
Mary A., H. R. Co., res. 159 Pleasant 
Nellie E.. H. R. Co., res. 159 Pleasant 
Patrick, laborer, res. 21 Holt 
Warren, machinist, res. 63 Spring 
William C, blacksmith, res. 33 Summer 
Forant Peter, salesman, res. Dwight 
Ford, Annie R., stenographer (Waltham) 
res. 96 Main 



Ford Annie M., buyer, r. 49 Sycamore 
Catherine M., stenographer (B.), res. 96 

Main 
Francis A., plastei*er, res. 60 Forest 
James, moulder, res. 16 Church 
John, laborer, res. 5 Ladd 
John, fruit dealer, res. 23 Mt. Auburn 
John A., plasterer, res. 60 Forest 
John C, compositor, res. 23 Myrtle 
John P., clerk, 47 Main, res. 5 Ladd 
Julia T., stenographer (B.), res. 96 Main 
Louisa E., teacher Lowell school, res. 96 

Main 
Lucy P., res. 96 Main 

Margaret G., bookkeeper, res. 49 Syca- 
more 
Mary F., dressmaker, 96 Main, res. do. 
Nellie, laundress, res. 23 Forest 
Sarah S., teacher, Hosmer school, res. 25 

Marshall 
Thomas H., plasterer, res. 60 Forest 
Thomas H., Jr., clerk, res. 60 Forest 
Thomas J., student, res. 96 Main 
Timothy, laborer, res. 23 Forest 
Forrest Hattie J. Mrs., res. 54 Riverside 
James A., laborer, res. 22 Cuba 
James J., died Jan. 18, 1904 
John A., machinist, res. 15 Nichols av. 
John J., compositor (Camb.), res. 66 

Nichols av. 
Marguerite A., milliner, res. 66 Nichols av. 
May J., dressmaker, 66 Nichols av., res.do. 
Michael, weigher (Custom House, B.), res. 

66 Nichols av. 
Forsaith Ira W., yardmaster, Brighton 

Stock Yards, res. 5 Marshall 
Foss Fred, conductor, res. 31 Irving 
Foster Charles W., engineer, F. R. R., res. 

26 Green 
Calvin H., broker (246 Wash., B.), res. 35 

Dexter av. 
Eudora L., bookkeeper, 5 Spring, res. 7 

Irving 
Hallet S„ clerk, res. 20 Washburn 
Henrietta A., died April 12. 1903 
Herbert, clerk, H. R. Co., res. 14 Oak 
John, H. R. Co., res. 4 Oliver road 
Sarah A., res. 35 Dexter av. 
Stephen H., salesman, 20 Washburn 
Theodore S., inspector (Custom House, B.) 

res. 26 Green 
Fowler Joseph, shoe repairer, 6 Mt. Auburn, 

res. 24 Arsenal 
Margaret B., dressmaker, res. 36 Summer 
Rebecca B., widow of George, res. 36 Sum- 
mer 
Fox Charles, removed to Quincy 
Francis Kindergarten, Florence H. Gould, 

principal, Marshall 
Fraser Angus, carpenter, res. 30 Sycamore 



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333 



Fraser Daniel R., stable foreman, 18 Spring, 
res. 41 do. 
Jacob M., res. 7 North Beacon 
Jennie S., res. 73 Nichols av. 
Joseph T., died March 9, 1905 
Katherine, widow of Joseph, res. 73 

Nichols av. 
Mary T., clerk, res. 73 Nichols av. 
Murdock S., conductor, res. 73 Nichols av. 
Will H., laundry, 10 Washburn, res. do. 
Frazer Alexander W., carpenter, res. Her- 
som 
George M., plumber, res. 14 Cross 
Harry J., carpenter, res. 14 Cross 
John M., carpenter, res. 14 Cross 
Frederick John, paper maker, res. 12 Hunt 
Freeman Felix, laborer, res. 351 Arlington 
French Alton P., driver, res. 27 North Bea- 
con 
Edward J., rubber worker, res. 13 Sawin 
Joseph A., postal clerk (B. & A. R. R.), 

res. 4 Center 
Joseph A., Jr., moved to Boston 
Sarah W., widow of Thomas L., res. 164 
Main 
Frye Albert, milkman, res. 328 Pleasant, 
Bemis 
Edwin L., clerk, Bemis Mills, res. at New- 
ton 
Henry T., warper, res. 46 Olney 
Walter S., painter, res. 46 Olney 
Fuller Aurella W., bookkeeper, 28 Main. res. 
Olney 
Edith M.. stnographer, W. & P. Mfg. Co., 

res. Olney 
Francis E., printer, res. 52 Olney 
Moses, res. 3 Parker 
Samuel A., Jr., lawyer (244 Wash., B.), 

res. 122 Spruce 
William J., clerk (B.i. res. 322 Spruce 
Fulton Benjamin W.. electrician, res. Har- 
rington 

GABELSON JOHN, rubber worker, res. 7 

Rifle ct. 
Gagin Elizabeth, res. 71 Waltham 

Mary J., res. 71 Waltham 

William H.. machinist, res. 41 Waltham 
Gale Carl G., clerk, res. 8 Walnut 
Gallagher Annie, mattress maker, res. 19 
Bacon 

Catherine T.. res. 7 Cross 

Edward, student, res. 108 Main 

Hugh, cierk, res. 116 Galen 

Hugh, laborer, res. 45 Aresenal 

James S., sash maker (B.i, res. 6 Cross 

John, sexton St. Patrick's church, and un- 
dertaker, 1 Green, res. do. 

John F., driver Natl. Express Co.. res. 17 
Bacon 



Gallagher John F., laborer, W. & P. Mfg. 
Co., res. 40 Summer 
John J., wood moulder, res. 108 Main 
John P., iron moulder, res. 108 Main 
John P., student, res. rear 82 Main 
Kate, widow of Michael G., res. 19 Bacon 
Michaei, laborer, res. 59 Arsenal 
Richard F., motorman, res. 29 Green 
Thomas F., insurance and real estate, 68 
Waltham, res. do. 
Galvin Bridget, res. 13 Hazel 

Catherine, organist, res. 51 Pleasant 
Catharine C, res. 13 Hazel 
Edward J., laborer, res. Brookline 
Elizabeth, died March 4, 1905 
John J., driver, res. 25 Pleasant 
Patrick S., laborer, res. Brookline, near 
Warren 
GALYIN & MACURDY, lawyers, 293 Wash- 
ington B.) (see page 310) 
Gamage Elizabeth M., nurse, res. 12 Maple 
Gameson Edward (Lewando's), res. 4 Cross 
Gardner Abbie Mrs., widow, res. 7 Winter 
Charles B.. res. 37 Langdon av. 
Charles T., tailor (B.t, res. 37 Langdon av. 
William E.. foreman glove room, 19 Galen, 
res. 11 Green 
Garrity John, starch maker, res. 27 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Michael, rubber worker, res. 4 Grove 
Garvin M. Mrs., res. 9 Fifth av. 

Thomas, plumber, res. 9 Fifth av. 
Gass Arthur L., carpenter, Main-st. ct., res. 
7 Dana ter. 
Bertha, bookkeeper, res. 7 Dana ter. 
Gordon S., removed to Newton 
Joseph G., carpenter, Main-st. ct., res. 7 
Dana ter. 
Gatter Elsa, shirtmaker, res. 29 Cross 

Gotfried. iron moulder, res. 29 Cross 
Gaudet Patrick, removed to Cambridge 
Peter, at Aetna Mills, res. 298 Pleasant, 

Bemis 
Thomas, spinner, res. 298 Pleasant, Bemis 
Gavin B. A., res. 76 N. Beacon 
John J., died March 4. 1905 
Mary, clerk (Newton), res. 76 N. Beacon 
Thomas J., contractor, res. Arsenal, cor. 
Irving 
Gayton George N., packer, res. 7 rear 38 

Cottage 
Gendreau Louis N.. asst. supt., res. 68 Galen 
General Screw Machine Co., 49 Galen 
Germain Ada, res. 133 Main 
Georse Herbert A., carpenter, 4 Pearl, res. 

do. 
GERRY JOSEPH W.. wall paper and decor- 
ations (51 Cornhill. B.), res. 7 Marion 
road 
Gettridge Mark, ins. agent (B.), res. 13 Boyd 



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[G] 



DIRECTORY 



Geyikian Arthur S., H. R. Co., res. 82 Dex- 
ter av. 

Gibson George, res. 59 Galen 

Giddings Albert, machinist, res. 7 Irving 
park 
Leston P., nurse, 88 Grove 

Gilbert Chauncey M., clerk, res. 6 Jewett 
Dana J., paper mill, res. 37 Spring- 
William A., res. 6 Jewett 
William E. Mrs., res. 6 JeAvett 

Gildea John, paper maker, res. 82 Galen 
Margaret, widow of James, res. 72 Galen 
Martin, foundryman, res. 21 Water 

Gilfether James, gateman, B. & M. R. R., 
res. 156 Main 

Gilkey Charles W., student, res. 5 Auburn 
place 
Frank S., moved to Medford 
James H., res. 5 Auburn pi. 
Lucy M., widow of R. Prank, res. 9 Irving 
R. Waldo, engineer, res. 9 Irving . 

Gill Agnes, milliner, res. 775 Belmont 

James E., farmer and milkman, 775 Bel- 
mont, res. do. 
Mary A., bookkeeper, 24 Main, res. 775 

'Belmont 
Nellie V., saleslady, res. 775 Belmont 

Gilligan Bartholomew, laborer, res. Ill Ar- 
senal 

Gillis John, soap maker, res. 48 Galen 

Gillispie Robert, removed to Brighton 

Gilpatrick George S., res. 36 Coolidge Hill 

Gilroy Delia Mrs., res. Oak, cor. Melendy a v. 
Jennie, res. Oak, cor. Melendy av. 
Nellie L., Avidow of James, res. 22 Cottage 

Gingras Eugene P., carpenter, res. 32 Cy- 
press 
Philomen Mrs., res. 32 Cypress 

Girard Thomas, rubber worker, res: 123 
Melendy av. 

Given James, upholsterer (B.), res. 531 Mt. 
Auburn 

Glasheen Agnes, res. 58 Forest 
Henry, compositor, res. 58 Forest 
Richard K., carpenter, res. 58 Forest 
Walter, machinist, res. 58 Forest 

Gleason Bridget, widow of John, res. 94 
Main 
Caroline, shirt maker (B.i, res. 17 Pleasant 
David, machinist, res. 76 Summer 
David, died April 20, 1903 
Elsie, student, res. 476 Mt. Auburn 
John, res. 94 Main 
John, teamster, res. 76 Summer 
John H., died Feb. 2, 1904 
John J., letter carrier, res. 94 Main 
Margaret, bookkeeper, 65 Main, res. 94 

do. 
Margaret, laundress, res. 76 Summer 
Mary, bookkeeper, res. 76 Summer 



Gleason Patrick D., letter carrier, r. 94 Main 
GLEASON SAMUEL S., appraiser, auction- 
eer, real estate, and sec,' and treas. 
Watertown Co-operative Bank, 56 Main, 
res. 50 Church (see page 307j 
Thomas -H., res. 76 Summer 
Walter H., real estate, res. 476 Mt. Au- 
burn 
William, brakeman, res. 76 Summer 
Gledhill Richard, engineer, Bemis Mills, res. 

326 Pleasant, Bemis 
Glidden Alfred A., clerk, H. R. Co., res. 56 
Laurel 
Charles H., clerk, res. 24 No. Beacon 
Charles H., dairyman, res. 18 Franklin 
Elbridge. died June 17, 1903 
Forrest E., conductor, res. 126 Cypress 
George F., machinist, res. Laurel 
Herbert, machinist, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 

Laurel 
Isabelle M., res. Laurel 
Laura, clerk, 21 Main, res. 126 Cypress 
Sarah F., widow of Elbridge. res. 126 

Cypress 
William B.. clerk, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 
126 Cypress 
Glover Charles A., tinsmith, 24 Main, res. 
10 Oliver 
Ethel K., student, res. 10 Oliver 
Glynn Andre av A., teamster, res. 47 Pleasant 
John H., laborer, res. 26 SaAvin 
John P.. laborer, res. 796 Mt. Auburn 
Michael, carpet lining, res. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Michael, expressman, res. 47 Pleasant 
Patrick, laborer, res. 106 Water 
Patrick, paper maker, res. 9 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas, mill hand, res. 7 Arsenal 
William F., motorman, res. 31 Quimby 
Goddard George, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 148 
Cypress 
Thomas, res. 46 Waltham 
Goding Harry, stenographer (B.), res. 31 Mt. 
Auburn 
Herbert E.. plumber, res. 16 Royal 
Mary E., widow of Emulous L., res. 31 Mt. 
Auburn 
Godfrey Addie J. Mrs., res. 4 Columbia 

Lottie H.. bookkeeper, res. 4 Columbia 
GodAvin Nellie Mrs., demonstrater, res. 47 
Elliot 
Parke, pattern maker, res. 47 Elliot 
Goldberg Morris, junk dealer, res. cor. Or- 
chard and White 
Golding Annie, at paper mill, res. 16 Cross 
Ellen, at Aetna Mills, res. 306 Pleasant, 

Bemis 
Hugh, teamster, res. 16 Cross 
James E.. res. 306 Pleasant, Bemis 
Michael, at Aetna Mills, res. 306 Pleasant, 
Michael, Jr., conductor, res. 306 Pleasant, 



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335 



Gooch Nathan G.. wholesale coal (B.i, res. 
35 Adams av. 
William D., bookkeeper (B.i, res. 35 Adams 
a v. 
Good Annie, widow of George, res. 8 North 

Beaeoii 
Goodale Norman, bookkeeper, res. 10 Me- 

lendy av. 
Goodrow John, engineer, W. & C. Mfg. Co., 
res. S3 Spruce 
Ernest, moulder, res. 83 Spruce 
Stanley, machinist, U. S. Arsenal, res. 83 
Spruce 
Goodspeed George E.. treas. Boston Safe 
Deposit and Trust Co. (87 Milk, B.i, res. 
115 Mt. Auburn 
Goodwin Richard E., treas. Bemis Mills, res. 

at Augusta, Me. 
Gordon Annie, H. R. Co.. res. 33 Laurel 
Charles B., clerk, res. Lowell av. 
George K., student, res. Orchard, near 

Lowell ar. 
James B., painter, res. 15 Forest 
Jennie H., teacher, Coolidge School 
John C, foreman, res. 5 Marshall 
Michael, mule spinner, res. 124 Galen 
Gorman James, at Aetna Mills, res. 297 
Pleasant. Bemis 
Louis, foundry man, res. 8 Summer 
Patrick, laborer, res. 297 Pleasant. Bemis 
Goi'ton Eugene, teamster, res. 31 Summer 
Goss Anna H., widow of Orrin, res. 9 Co- 
lumbia 
Atherton C, student, res. 9 Columbia 
Orrin W., died Feb. 8, 1905 
Goston Mary A., widow of Lawrence, res. 

Ill Walnut 
Gougeon Felix, died Feb. 18. 1905 
Gould Florence H.. teacher, Francis kinder- 
garten, rooms 4a Summer 
Frederick E., moulder, res. 43 Laurel 
Henry F., res. 2 Palfrey 
Nelson G., machinist, res. 36 Laurel 
see Goold 
Gouthro Louie, painter, res. 7 Morse 
Gowing Fred H.. architect (jlOO Boylston, 

B.), res. 6 Boyd 
Grace Millard F„ blacksmith, res. 7 Jewett 
Grady Peter, shoe repairer, 200 Main, res. 

at Newton 
Graham Alfred M., lawyer (B.i, res. 2a Pal- 
frey 
Edith H.. res. 29 Marion road 
John H., clerk (F. R. R., B.), res. 790 Mt. 

Auburn 
Margaret, widow of Richard, res. 790 Mt. 
Auburn 
GRAHAM ROBERT J., undertaker, 34 

Main, res. 7 Palfrey (see front edge) 
Grant Arthur E., driver, res. 57 Spring- 



Grant Edward, laborer, r. 41 Grenville rd. 
Gray Anuie, dressmaker, res. 30 Elliot 

Arthur F., architect and mill engineer (53 
State, room 509) B.i, res. 6 Fayette 

Charles E., jeweler, 48 Main, r. 6 Chester 

Margaret L., dressmaker, 30 Elliott, res, 
do. 
Greasley Lucy A., AA'idow of Thomas, res. 
23 Fayette 

William D., harness maker, 1 Mt. Auburn,. 
res. 23 Fayette 
Greaves William, machinist, res. 324 Plea- 
sant. Bemis 
Greeley Andrew, laborer, U. S. Arsenal, res. 
13 Church Hill 

Michael F., painter (B.), res. 2 Taylor 
Green Ann M.. died Jan. 10, 1904 

Arthur H., mechanic, res. 6 Phillips 

Caroline A., res. 6 Phillips 

Catharine A., res. 95 Watertown 

Charles H., correspondent (201 Columbus 
av.. B.i, res. 6 Phillips 

Christianna F., teacher, Parker school, res. 
95 Watertown 

George, plumber, 4 Main-st. ct., res. at W. 
Newton 

Helen E., asst., Pub. Library, r. 74 Spring 

John Francis, treas. Watertown Savings 
Bank, res. 74 Spring 

Mary A., res. 95 Watertown 

Michael J., died Aug. 1, 1903 
GREEN S. B. & CO. (Wallace J. Green), 
hay, grain and feed, 224 Arsenal (see 
page 305) 

Waldo S., clerk, res. 74 Spring 

Wallace J. (S. B. Green & Co.), hay and 
grain, 224 Arsenal, res. 20 Franklin 

William H., upholsterer, res. Harrington 
Greene Annie M., music teacher, res. Syca- 
more, cor. Chandler 

Daniel M., res. 100 Sycamore 

Edward M., teacher. High school 

Peter F., cabinet maker, res. Sycamore, 
cor. Chandler 

Quincy A., supt, 116 Waltham, res. do. 

Russell T., salesman (B.i, res. 21 Langdon 
av. 

Walter L., moved to Schenectady, N. Y. 
Greenhalge Fannie M., widow of Thomas,. 

res. 3 Fayette 
Greenman W. F. Rev., pastor First Unita- 
rian church, res. Summer, cor. Dana 
terrace 

Sarah W. Mrs., res. Dana ter. 
Gregg Charles A., chief clerk, U. S. Arsenal, 

res. at Newtonville 
GREGG GEORGE H. & SON (Walter H.), 
undertakers, 20 Mt. Auburn and (New- 
ton Center, Newton Highlands and New- 
tonville^. res. 26 Fayette (see back cover) 



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Gregg Walter H. (George H. Gregg & Son), 
undertaker, 20 Mt. Auburn, r. 26 Fay- 
ette 
Gregory John Mrs., res. 27 Spring 
John D., laborer, res. 46 Mt. Auburn 
John J., harness maker, res. IT Mt. Au- 
burn 
John W., res. 4 Otis 
Lois K. Mrs., res. 4 Otis 
Grevatt Henry T.. leather (B.i, res. 275 

School 
Griffin Charles A., engineer, r. 53 Sycamore 
Daniel A., salesman (B.), res. 47 White 
Elizabeth, shirt maker, res. 14 Church 
Kate, seamstress, res. 25 Morse 
Michael J., laborer, res. 32 Cuba 
Griffith Susan E., widow of James W., res. 
11 Winter 
Wallace C, salesman, res. 11 Winter 
Griggs Walter A., res. 78 Capitol 
Walter A., milk, res. 314 Main 
Grimes Thomas H., teamster, res. 57 Spring 

William, res. 318 Pleasant, Bemis 
Groesehner Alfred H. A., died Oct. 8, 1904 
Grogan Frederick T.. dentist, 6 Church, res. 
do. 
George F., clerk, res. 42 Waltham, Bemis 
Patrick, wool sorter, res. 42 Waltham, 
Bemis 
Gruffre Joseph, fruits, 69 Main, res. 71 do. 

L. B.. farmer, res. Stickney estate 
Grundmann Andreas, res. 24 Charles 
Guilfoy Jane, widow of John, res. 174 Main 

John P., florist, res. 174 Main 
Gullifor Harry, mouldei\ res. 142 Cypress 
Gurnsey Samuel, W. Gas Co., res. 32 Capitol 
Gustafson John, rubber worker, res. 12 

Yukon av. 
Guthrie Herbert T., clerk, U. S. Arsenal, res. 
17 Hazel 

V 

HACKER FREDERICK, teamster, res. 31 

Summer 
Hackett Brothers (Francis J. and Thomas 
F.i. provisions. 25 Main 
Catherine, died March 21, 1904 
Francis J. (Hackett Brothers), provisions, 

25 Main, res. 9 Centre 
Mary, clerk, 67 Main, res. at Allston 
Paul, starter, res. 11 Palfrey 
Thomas E. (Hackett Brothers), provisions, 
25 Main, res. 9 Centre 
Hacksow Lewis, bookmaker, res. 15 rear of 

32 Cottage 
Hadley S. Henry, teacher of music, public 

schools 
Hadlock Charles H., machinist, r. 24 Forest 
Hagberg John G., inspector, res. 77 Galen 
Haggard Fred P.. sec. Am. Baptist Union, 
res. 6 Garfield 



Haggard Ray S., student, res. 6 Garfield 
Haggerty John, laborer, res. 24 Bacon 
Thomas L., died March 14, 1904 
William J., laborer, res. 67 Bigelow av. 
Haigh Sarah, widow of Thomas, res. 28 

Franklin 
Haire Charles A., stove fitter, res. 45 Laurel 
Hale Charles A., broker (53 State, B.i, res. 
14 Winsor av. 
George S.. foreman, res. Olney, near 
Charles 
Hales Alfred, carpenter, res. 21 Chester 
Alfred W., watch finisher, res. 16 Wash- 
burn 
Henry T.. carpenter, res. 21 Chester 
Henrietta, neckwear, res. 21 Chester 
Hall Albert B., salesman (B.), res. 26 Pal- 
frey 
Amanda M.. widow of Joseph, res. Quirn- 

by, near Laurel 
Anna D., teacher, Grant, school, res. 15 

Franklin 
Arthur E., piano finisher, res. 79 Grove 
Charles, spinner, res. 238 Pleasant, Bemis 
Charles W., piano finisher, res. 79 Grove 
David, janitor, res. 19 Morse 
Edward C, grocer, 24 Mt. Auburn, res. 43 

do. 
Edward C, Jr., clerk, 24 Mt. Auburn, res. 

43 do. 
Ellen R.. died Aug. 1. 1903 
Henry G., res. 26 Palfrey 
Herbert E., store keeper (Custom House, 
B.i. res. 15 Franklin 
Lucenda E., widow of Abner L.. res. 15 

Franklin 
Marshall B., driver (B.i. res. 26 Palfrey 
William C, furniture mover, res. 79 Grove 
Halladay Olando W.. at 67 Water, res. 37 

Fayette 
Hallenburg Augusta, tailoress, res.72 Nichols 
Halloran Thomas, plumber, res. 6 Maple 
Ham Charles G., teacher, res. 8 Washburn 
Hamill Alice G, housekeeper, 87 Water 
John B., train master, res. 66 Capitol 
Patrick, removed to Newton 
Hamilton Henry, gardener, res. 5 Sawin, Mt. 
Auburn 
Herman, ice man. res. 27 Mt. Auburn 
John, rubber worker, res. 32 Quimby 
Hamlen Willis C, secretary, res. 42 Palfrey 
Hammond Perley. H. R. Co.. res. 28 Dexter 

av. 
Hamrock John, laborer, res. 19 Arsenal 
Michael, weigher. 24 Pleasant, res. 19 Ar- 
senal 
Thomas, res. 19 Arsenal 
Handley Thomas, res. 2S Morse 
Hanley Michael, iron worker, res. 9 N. Bea- 
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337 



Haulon William J., rubber cutter, res. 70 

Bigelow av. 
Hann Francis, teamster, res. 27 Spring 

Patrick, laborer, res. 30 Pleasant 
Hanna John A., H. R. Co., res. 5 Oliver road 
Hano Samuel, res. Ohley, near Main 
Hannigan Bridget Mrs., died Oct. 12, 1903 

Patrick, laborer, res. 30 Pleasant 
Hanning William J., laborer, res. 21 Arsenal 
Hanson William, clerk. 26 Pleasant, res. at 

Newton 
Hapenny James H., machinist, res. 298 Cali- 
fornia 
Rose, widow of William, res. ±4 Morse 
Hardy George W., machinist, res. 92 Cypress 
Heman W., shipper (B.i, res. 92 Cypress 
Ackman F.. machinist, res. 92 Cypress 
James, carder, Aetna Mills, res. 261 Plea- 
sant 
Mary E.. matron Florence Crittenton 
Home, 247 Arlington 
Harlow Arthur W., pattern maker, res. 
Union Market House 
Charles E., moulder, res. 40 Cypress 
Winslow L... carpenter, res. 6 Fletcher ter. 
Harmon Gardner G, moulder, res. 12 Hunt 

Lillian Mrs., res. 32 Cypress 
Harrington Daniel, foundryman, res. 10 
Ladd 
Edith F., bookkeeper, 56 Main, res. 12 

Marshall 
Everett W., farmer, res. 676 Belmont 
Frank H., removed to New YYork 
James, foundryman, res. 10 Ladd 
Julia, died April 16, 1904 
Michael, clerk, res. 10 Ladd 
Ralph E.. produce, res. 676 Belmont 
William L.. clerk, res. 10 Ladd 
Winifred, dressmaker, res. 10 Ladd 
Harris Frederick B.. laborer, res. 31 Olney 
George C, H. R. Co., res. 49 Laurel 
George H., watchman, res. 107 Walnut 
George W., gold beater, res. 53 Palfrey 
Jennie L., clerk (State House, B.i, res. 107 

Walnut 
William F., conductor, res. 107 Walnut 
William W.. mason, res. 107 Walnut 
Harrison James R.. res. 63 Main 
Jennie, shirt maker, res. 14 Fayette 
Mary E. Mrs., prop. Bright's Bakery, 61 
Main. res. 63 do. 
Hart Alonzo, Aetna Mills, res. 279 Pleasant 
Burt, H. R. Co., res. 56 Melendy a v. 
Cornelius, hostler, res. 40 Morse 
Edward, H. R. Co., res. 16 Elton av. 
Hugh F., laborer, res. 8 Cross 
Michael D., H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Michael J.. H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Hartford Hannah B., widow of Charles F., 
res. 52 Irving 



Hartford Harrison E., clerk, 3 Main, res. 52 
Irving 
John W., died May 12, 1904 
Nathan B., groceries and provisions, 1 and 

3 Main, res. 12 Parker 
William S., farm hand, r. 180 No. Beacon 
Hartnett Catherine, widow of Patrick, res. 

23 French 
Hartwell Albert H., died Mar. 1,5, 1904 
Harvey Elizabeth, widow of Henry, res. 5 

Hawthorne 
Haskell Fred M., carpenter, r. 83 Sycamore 
Hatch Albert W., clerk, 24 Main, res. Mel- 
ville ter. 
Cornelius P., pres., rear 59 Spring, res. at 

Brookline 
Esther G. Mrs., teacher, res. 126 Cypress 
Lucy, H. R. Co., res. 33 Dexter av. 
Orrin R., manager, 21 Main, res. 14 Fifield 
Viola. H. R. C, res. 33 Dexter av. 
Hathaway Chas. L., removed to Wellington 
Hauck Albert C, machinist, res. 104 Spruce 
Walter A., clerk (B.), res. 104 Spruce 
William, sergeant of ordinance, U. S. Ar- 
senal, res. 104 Spruce 
Hause Joseph F., com. trav., res. 24 Franklin 
Haviland Alice, bookkeeper (B.), r. 79 Spruce 
Arthur W., moved to Somerville 
Edwin G., clerk, res. 3 School 
Edwin J., salesman (50 Broad, B.), res. 3 

School 
Frank P., blacksmith, res. 79 Spruce 
Katherine, res. 79 Spruce 
Theodore A., clerk (50 Broad, B.), res. 60 

Riverside 
William J., student, res. 3 School 
Hawes Andrew, tinware (132 North, B.) r 

res. 20 Marshall 
Hawkes Edgar, clerk, 46 Water, res. at 

Wakefield 
Hayden Frank, sec. (B.), res. 30 Pearl 
Levi G., electrician, res. 5 Rutland 
William E., cattle dealer, res. 20 Arlington, 
E. W. 
Hayes Cornelius B., driver, res. 89 Fayette 
John J., bookkeeper (B.), res. 89 Fayette 
Mary A., wid. of George P., r. 7 Franklin 
Mary E., packer, 9 Galen, res. 89 Fayette 
Michael, watchman (Somerville), res. 89 

Fayette 
Phillip, plumber, res. 23 Maple 
HAYNES ALBERTO F., supt. water works, 
also architect (943 Tremont Bldg., B.), 
res. 8 Marshall (see page 304) 
Joseph W., engineer (B.), res. Hersom 
William J., farmer, res. 82 Palfrey 
Haywood Frank C, mason, res. 13 Chester 
Hazen Eliza E., res. 11 Fayette 
Louis T.. res. 30 Pearl 
Thomas E., died Mar. 14, 1904 



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Healcl David, res. 9 Franklin 
Frank A., clerk, Union Market Nat. Bank, 
res. 9 Franklin 
HEALD FRANK O., gen. mgr. Raymond & 
Whitcomb Co. (306 Washington, B.), 
res. 9 Franklin (see page 9) 
Healey D. Joseph, packer, res, 13 North 
Beacon ct. 
John C. H. R. Co., res. 32 Q'uimby 
Michael, cattle dealer, res. 209 Coolidge av. 
Nora, H. R. Co., res. 32 Qniinby 
D. Joseph, packer, res. 13 No. Beacon ct. 
Patrick T., box maker, r. 13 No. Beacon ct. 
Thomas, laborer, res. 8 No. Beacon ct. 
Thomas A., boot maker, res. 4, rear 38 
Cottage 
Healy Thomas, laborer, res. 13 North Bea- 

con-st. ct. 
Heffernan John A., asst. agt. Bemis sta., res. 

50 Olney 
Hegarthy Geo. T., clerk, res. 17 Cottage 

see Haggerty 
Heiler John, laborer, res. 42 Galen 
Heise Matilda, teacher of sewing, public 

schools 
Henderson Charles W. Jr., iron and steel 
(B.1, res. 6 Walnut 
Winifred, res. 15 Hunt 
Hennessey Elizabeth, saleswoman, res. Ill 
Walnut 
Ellen, res. 25 Morse 
Henry Danforth T., res. Lexington, cor Bel- 
mont 
George, brass finisher, res. 116 Galen 
James S., cattle dealer, res. 11 Garfield 
John F., rubber worker, res. 5 Taylor 
Laura, organist, res. 11 Garfield 
Ralph C. draftsman (B.), r. 21 Russell av. 
Hepworth David, H. R. Co., res. 192 Cypress 
Herbert Charles H., barber, res. 1 Cross 

William, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 42 Spring 
Herlihy John J., machinist, res. 31 Cross 

see Hurley 
Herring Stephen, machinist, r. 32 California 
Hersey Charles W., supt, 57 Spring, res. 20 
Parker 
John, blacksmith, res. Hersom 
Hesseltine Ernest, clerk, res. 317 School 
Heustis Helen A., teacher of cooking, public 

schools 
Hewitt Chai'les M., plumber (Newtoni, res. 
59 Capitol 
Ellen, widow of Michael, res. 57 Capitol 
Frank J., salesman (B.), res. 55 Capitol 
Robert A., blacksmith (Newton), res. 57 
Capitol 
Heywgrd Charles( at Aetna Mills, res. 238 

Pleasant, Bemis 
Hickey John, laborer, res. 58 No. Beacon 
Hicks Bessie, laundress 19 Galen, r. 81 Main 



Hicks Robert R., at Met. Laundry, res. 36 

Carrol 
Highlands John A., pres. Power & Speed 

Controller Co., res. at Boston 
Hill Aaihen. machinist, res. 43 Spring 
Celia Mrs., res. 43 Spring- 
Cora, res. 30 Church 
Emma F„ widow of Charles F., res. 30 

Church 
Ernest J., lauudryman, res. 27 Forest 
Frank W.. printer, res. 12 Morse 
Fred, printer, res. 43 Spring- 
Nelson, carpenter, 66 Main, res. 27 Forest 
William F., died Nov. 12, 1903 
William H, compositor, res. 284 School 
WLnnifred. teacher, High School 
Woodman C, undertaker, 34 Main 
Hillier George R., gardener, res. 40 Belmont, 

Mt. Auburn 
Hillman Caroline E., widow of Ozro, res. 16 
Hawthorne 
Charles H, H. R. Co., res. 3 Oliver rd. 
Charles, H. R. Co., 535 Mt. Auburn 
Hilton Fred A., grocer. 213 Dexter av.. res. 

42 Walnut 
Hinchcliffe Alexander, died July 25, 1905 
Hinckley Ora E., janitor, 30 Spring- 
Hinds Martin, laborer, res. 4 Grove 
Hines Dennis, iron worker, res. 36 Califor- 
nia 
Hinkley Charles E., paper maker, res. Wal- 
nut 
John W.. milk dealer. 72 Elm, res. do. 
Hobbs Charles A., teacher, res. 6 Sidney 
Frank E. Major, com. officer. U. S. Arsenal 
George B.. crossing tender, r. 15 Phillips 
Hodgdon Arthur E., clerk (B.), res. 4S Mt. 
Auburn 
Frank M., clerk (B.), res. 48 Mt. Auburn 
Fred H. res. 71 Sycamore 
Hiram, carpenter, res. 48 Mt. Auburn 
John H., carpenter, res. 71 Sycamore 
William E.. clerk (B.), res. 8 Union 
Hodge M.. mgr. Candy Kitchen. 32 Main. 

res. 18 Washburn 
Hodges Cornelius, pattern maker, r 9 Patten 

C. C, designer foreman, res. 118 Cypress 
Hodgkins Irene, H. R. Co., res. 27 Oak 
Hodsdon Albion H. carpenter, r. 54 Parfrey 

Roy D.. clerk, res. 54 Palfrey 
Hoey James, asst. eng., res. 285 Pleasant. 
Mary B., laundress, res. 39 Waltham 
Michael F., foundryman. res. 39 Waltham 
Hoffman Robt. S., ins. (B.). res. Laurel 
Hoffstrum John. res. 72 Nichols av., E. W. 
Hogan John, laborer, res. 26 Prentiss 
John A., clerk, res. 26 Prentiss 
John J., clerk, res. 26 Prentiss 
Lizzie, bookkeeper, J. P. White's, res. 26 
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339 



Hogau Mary, widow of John, res. 41 Gren- 
ville rd. 
William H., clerk (B.i, res. 47 Capitol 
Holbrook Edith J., res. Hersom 
Holden Charles W., pastor St. John's Meth. 
Church, res. 79 Mt. Auburn 
Louisa, res. 127 Main 

Michael, W.&P.Mfg.Co.,r. rear 40 Summer 
Dora, stenographer, res. 1(3 Bridge 
Joseph, clerk, res. 16 Bridge 
John Mrs., res. 10 Cross 
Margaret E., dressmaker, res. 10 Boyd 
Michael, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. rear 40 

Summer 
Patrick, res. 16 Bridge, Bemis 
William, letter carrier, res. 04 Rutland 
Hollenbeck John, watchman, res. 16 Keith 
Holley Albert S., engineer, res. 8 Oliver rd. 
John S. M., trav. salesman (B.), res. 56 
Capitol 
Holmes Alexander, shoemaker, 2 Church, 
res. 35 Fayette 
Andrew, carpenter, res. 39 Fayette 
Arnold, paper maker, res. 42 Summer 
Austin H., trunk maker, res. 18 Fayette 
Carleton W., student, res. 72 Dexter av. 
Clinton E., machinist, res. 82 Union 
Elizabeth A., res. 39 Fayette 
George A., carpenter, res. 53 Fayette 
G. Albert, janitor, res. IS Fayette 
James, hairdresser, Keenan's Block, res. 

at Cambridge 
Luther L., book and job printer, 4 Church 
Thomas F., janitor, res. 18 Fayette 
Wells E., supt. electric dept., 67 Water, 
res. at Newton 
Holt Dorothy P.. res. 43 Franklin 
Harry O., clerk, U.S.Arsenal,r.43 Franklin 
Jobu II.. engineer, steamer No. 1, res. 21 

Mt. Auburn 
John T., plate printer (B.), res. 14 Fifleld 
Holtham William, clerk, res. 115 Galen 
Homer Joseph W., removed to Brookline 
Sydney E., electrician, res. 12 Palfrey 
Honney Herbert W., motorman, r. 10 Winter 
Hood Arthur N., sec. H. R. Co., off Melendy 
av., E. W., res. at Brookline 
Frederick C, treas. H. R. Co., off Melen- 
dy av., E. W., res. at Brookline 
HOOD RUBBER CO., Frederick C. Hood, 
treas., off Melendy av., near E. W. sta., 
and (99 Bedford, B.), see page 302 
Hook Roscoe J., day engineer, H. R. Co., 

res. 68 Spruce 
Hooley Julia Mrs., res. 57 Palfrey . 
Hooper George P., carpenter, r. 42 Summer 
John G., laborer, res. 32 Cross 
John G. Jr., teamster, res. 32 Cross 
Hootstein Hyman, prop. Royal Tea Co., 22 
Arsenal, res. at Boston 



Horan Charles B., carper layer (B.j, res. 12 
Carroll 
John M., shipper (B.), res. 39 Riverside 
Nano T., res. 39 Riverside 
Horley Frederick, watchmaker, res. 23 

Morse 
Hornbrooke Francis' B. Mrs., res. 21 Boyd 
F. Bickford, census dept. (State House, 
B.j, res. 21 Boyd 
Home Grace R., musician, res. 12 Phillips 
Robert F., died June 5, 1905 
Robert G., dentist, 17 Main, res: 9 Garfield 
Horner Sydney E'., electrician, 8 Spring 
Horrigan John F., packer, res. 12 North Bea- 
con-st. ct, 
Patrick, painter, res. 12 No. Beacon-st. ct. 
Horton Edwin T., dyer, res. 6S Capitol 
Elizabeth, widow of Edwin, res. 68 Capitol 
Frank R., res. 58 Capitol 
George A., barber, res. 68 Capitol 
Hosiner E. S. Miss, res. 4 Riverside 

H. A. Mrs., res. 4 Riverside 
Housh Michael, coachman, res. 18 Galen 
HOWARD, ABRAHAM LINCOLN (HowarU 
Ice Co.), 56 Galen, res. do. (see page 303) 
Carl F., removed to Medford 
Caroline W., died Feb. 12, 1904 
Charles T., physician, 53 Mt. Auburn, r do. 
Frank P.. res. 43 Common 
Frederick H., clerk, res. 56 Galen 
George R., clerk, 31 Main, res. Summer 
HOWARD HENRY W., confectioner, 31 

Main, res. 44 Irving (see page 306) 
HOWARD ICE CO., office 56 Galen (see p. 
303! 
James E.„ engineer, testing machine, v. . 

S. Arsenal 
Joseph, helper, res. 72 Elm 
M. Elizabeth, stenographer (B.), res. 8 

Parker 
Patrick, machinist, res. 92 Cypress 
Perry B., clerk, res. 8 Parker 
Ruth W., prin. Coolidge school, r. 46 Royal 
Sarah E., widow of Frederick H., res. 56 

Galen 
Sarah F. Mrs., res. 8 Parker 
Wilbur H., res. 46 Royal 
William C, res. 54 Irving 
W. Arthur, police, res. 1 Fifield 
Howe Annah May, 'cello teacher and solo- 
ist, 24 Marshall 
Arthur L., res. 21 Hazel 
Elizabeth, widow, res. 73 Watertown 
Laforrest D., bacon curer (Somerville), res. 

35 Palfrey 
Laforrest H., student, res. 35 Palfrey 
William H. (88 Court, B.), res. 24 Marshall 
Howell John T., electrician, res. 131 Main 
Howes Alvin G., clerk, res. 176 No. Beacon 
C. Royal, res. 176 North Beacon 



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Howes Elizabeth A. Mrs., bookkeeper, res. 
73 Watertown 
Ernest, bookbinder (B.), r. 176 No. Beacon 
Ernest W., salesman (B.), res. 176 North 

Beacon i 

Harriet, widow of Samuel C, res. 10 Phil- 
lips 
Willis L., shirt cutter, 57 Spring, res. 7 
Morse 
Hub Dry Goods Co., 817 Mt. Auburn 
Hubbard Herbert W., fish market, 12 Mt. 
Auburn, res. 24 Franklin 
James, machine tender, res. 50 Arsenal 
Thomas H., wholesale paper (178 Federal, 

B.), res. 14 Otis 
William H., harness maker (B.), res. 50 

Arsenal 
William H. Jr., brass fitter, res. 50 Arsenal 
Huckins Edgar W., dentist, 54 Main, res. 11 

Fayette 
Hudson Alice, clerk, res. 8 Sidney 
Bert L., clei-k, res. 60 Rutland 
Frank E., res. 10 Green 
Gardner C, bookkeeper, res. 8 Sidney 
George, fancy goods, res. 21 Bridge, Bemis 
George H, cashier, Watertown R. R. sta., 

res. at Waltham 
Martha T., nurse, res. 10 Green 
Mary R. Mrs., operator, U. M. sta., res. at 

Waltham 
Wendell P., student, res. 21 Bridge, Bemis 
Huff Byron E., printer, H. R. Co., res 531 

Mt. Auburn 
Hughes Charles H., wood molder, res. 75 
Morse 
Edward, baggage man, Watertown sta., 

res. 11 Royal 
Edward F., salesman, res. 12 Hawthorn 
Frank C, clerk, res. 9 Fifth av. 
James E., compositor (B.i, res. 11 Royal 
James F., mason, res. 28 Waltham 
John, laborer, res. 2 Irving pk. 
Martin, laborer, res. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Michael A., stove fitter, res. 11 Royal 
Patrick f ., teamster, 12S Arsenal, res. op. 
10 Ladd 
Hugins Frank A., stenographer, U. S. Arsen- 
al, res. 10 Lincoln 
Hultberg Carl J., removed to Maiden 
Hunt Abby M., died Aug. 11, 1904 
Homer F., china (New York), res. 30 Mar- 
shall 
Yesta H., widow, of Albert D., res. 8 Wal- 
nut 
Hunting Oscar L., res. 24 Marshall 
Huntress Herbert C, ins. agt., r. 203 School 
John T., engineer, res. 16 Riverside 
Sarah F., widow of Oscar, res. 203 School 
Hurlbert Mary, dressmaker, 6 Lowell av. 
res. do. 



Hurst Bridget, widow of Michael, res. 16 
White's av. 
Lillian M., H. R. Co., res. 16 White's av. 
Hurtel John A., rubber worker, res. 101 
Laurel 
Nathaniel, rubber worker, res. 101 Laurel 
Hussey Seth W., foreman Lewando's, res. 

19% Irving 
Hutchins Arthur L.. carpenter and builder, 
70 Spring, res. do. 
Frank H., carpenter, res. rear 33 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Frederick, res. 16 Riverside 
Hyde Elizabeth A., stenographer, res. 16 
French 
John, wool puller (Somerville), res. 16 

French 
Thomas L., clerk, res. 16 French 
Hynes Martin, melter, W. & P. Mfg. Co., 
res 42 Irving 

IGO MICHAEL^ farm hand, res. 1 Gren- 
ville rd. 

Ilffe William H., carpenter, 12 Melendy av., 
res. do. 

Ingalls Ernest K., lumber dealer, res. 5 Otis 

Ingham Percy, H. R. Co., res. 4 Arthur ter. 

Ingraham Maria, res. 7 Boyd 
R. Waldo, insurance, 30 Main, res. do. 

Iodice Clement, salesman, r. 116 Lexington 
Dominick, grocer, Newton, res. 93 Arsenal 
Frank, rubber worker, res. 116 Lexington 
Fred, rubber worker, res. 116 Lexington 
Michael, laborer, res. 116 Lexington 

Ireland Patrick H., ins. agt., res. 21 Pleasant 

Irish Emma E., teacher Lowell school, res. 
6 Lowell av. 

Irving John, conductor, res. 10 Hunt 

JACKLIN WILLIAM, dyer, res. 31 Summer 
Jackson Adeline A., res. 8 Franklin 

Annie L.. res. 26 Maple 

Bertha E., seamstress, r. James near Holt 

Charles F.. civ. eng. 8 Franklin, res. do. 

Charles T., carpenter, r. James, near Holt 

Emeline C. died Feb. 1903 

James H., W. & P. Mfg. Co., r. 51 Cypress 

Richard, res. 49 Langdon av. 

Sarah W., res. 19 Maple 
Jacobs Harry K., clerk, res. 10 Chester 

Henry O., real estate, res. 10 Chester 

Herbert F., clerk (B.), res. 19 Franklin 
Jacobson Angelo M., piano maker, res. 27 
Cottage 

William S., jeweller, res. 6 Ladd 
James Daniel, res. 22 Williams 
Jarvis Clifford M., glove cleaner, 19 Galen, 
res. 16 Fayette 

Howard L, hairdresser, 17 Main, res. 16 
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Jarvis John J., hairdresser, 17 Main, res. 16 
Fayette 
Leslie B., died Dec. 25, 1904 
Jelalian Harry S., physician, res. 37 Quimby 
Jelly George, core maker, res. 34 Riverside 
Jenks Glen F. Lieut, U. S. Arsenal 
Jennison Catherine, widow of Horace, res. 
73 Watertown 
E. Otis, res. 63 Watertown 
Mary L\, bookkeeper, res. 73 Watertown 
Jensen Nils, at Bemis Mills, res. 14 Stanley 

av., Bemis 
Jepson Frank E., moved to Brighton 
Johnson .Alice N., teacher, res. 11 Chester 
Andrew, motorman, res. 81 Palfrey 
Benjamin A., clerk, P. O., Main, res. at 

Newton 
Berger, rubber worker, res. 393 Arlington 
Carl, paper maker, res. 80 Main 
Charles F., salesman, res. 3 Fayette 
George T., machinist, 14 Watertown, res. 

7 Church Hill 
Gustav E., clerk, U. S. Arsenal, res. at 

Brighton 
Harriet M., widow of George S., res. 7 

Marshall 
Helen A., bookkeeper, 3 Main, res. 16 Mar- 
shall 
Herbert W., moved to Boston 
John M., clerk, res. 11 Chester 
Josiah, painter, 17 Bigelow av., res. do. 
Lydia Mrs., removed to Philadelphia 
Oscar A., clerk, res. 80 Main 
William E., salesman, res. 8 Otis 
William H, teamster, res.. 106 Main 
Johnston Robert J., printer, res. Harrington 

William J., porter, res. Harrington 
Jones Arthur, tailor, 46 Main, res. at Newton 
Charles H., removed to Boston 
Edith, teacher, Francis school, res 13 Otis 
Edward C, dyer, res. 41 Mt. Auburn 
Edward J., mason, res. 17 Summer 
Edward J. Jr., salesman (B.), res. 68a 

Mt. Auburn 
Edwin P., salesman, res. 68a Mt. Auburn 
Florence G., student, res. 41 Bigelow av. 
Frank, foundryman, res. 29 Arsenal 
Harry, chauffuer, res. 116 Galen 
Helen A., milliner, res. 52 Elliot 
Howard C, electrician, res. 1 Melville ter. 
Leonard T., clerk (B.'i, res. 47 Bigelow av. 
Mabel A. Mrs., res. 52 Elliot 
Mary A. Mrs., res. 51 Mt. Auburn 
Robert J., mason, res. 4 Watertown 
.Storer F., engraver, res. 15 Garfield 
William H, teamster, res. 84 Galen 
Jordan Daniel, barber, res. 48 Belmont 
Gustav A., steward Oakley Country Club, 

off Belmont, near School, res. do. 
Henry L., rubber worker, res. Laurel 



Jordan Susie I., res. 13 Pleasant 
William J., driver, res. 10 Palfrey 
Joseph Charles, confectionery, 55 Nichols 
av., res. do. 
Joy John H.,. shipper, 46 Water, res. 68 Riv- 
erside 
Leonard F., pattern maker, res. 10 Fifield 
Joyce Thomas, rubber boot maker, res. 32 

Quimby 
Judd James A., canvasser, res. 31 Spring 
Judge Thaddeus, res. 3 Royal 

KALEBART CLARENCE H, bookkeeper, 

H. R. Co., res. 38 Melendy av. 
Kalousdian Kalousd, foreman, H. R. Co., 
res. 539 Mt. Auburn 
Nazareth M., physician, 539 Mt. Auburn 
Reuben, H. R. Co., res. 539 Mt. Auburn 
Zabella, H. R. Co., res. 539 Mt. Auburn 
Kane John, H. R. Co., res. 8 Oliver rd. 
Mary, widow of Edward, res. 7 North 
Beacon-st. ct. 
Kannaly Edward F., needle setter, res. 310 
Arsenal 
Thomas, laborer, res. 36 Pleasant 
William J., foreman, 304 Arsenal, res. 306 
do. 
Kalistian Tateros, H. R. Co., r. 30 Elton av. 
Kattelle Elsie M., teacher Francis school 
Kavafian Stephen, laborer, res. 41 Quimby 
Keany M. F., foreman, res. 13 Maple 
Keark Patrick, farmer, res. 675 Belmont 
Kearns Agnes J., at paper mill, res. 22 Bacon 
Martin, steam fitter, res. 79 Galen 
Patrick, farmer, res. 50 Waltham 
Keefe Bridget, widow of David, r. 60 Galen 
Catharine, res. 20 Bacon 
Cornelius, died Sept. 6, 1903 
Cornelius H, furniture and piano mover, 

81 Main, res. do. 
David F., plumber, 4 Main-st. ct., res. 8 

Irving pk. 
Edward P., blacksmith, 79 Arsenal, res. 

79 Galen 
Frank M., removed to California 
Florence L., res. 60 Galen 
Honora, widow of Cornelius, r. 20 Bacon 
James L., stove mounter, res. 108 Walnut 
John F., machinist, res. 2 Brook 
Joseph P., lawyer, 47 Main, res. 60 Gelen 
Michael, laborer, res. 2 Brook 
Minnie G., stenographer (B.), res. 60 Galen 
Patrick F., blacksmith, 79 Arsenal, res. 

79 Galen 
Robert S., bookkeeper, res. 60 Galen 
William D., clerk (B.), res. 79 Galen 
Keefe, see O'Keefe 

Keegan James F., coachman, r. 49 Sycamore 
Keenan Hugh, watchman, 55 Watertown, 
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Keenan William M., H.R.Co., r. 7 Dexter av. 
Keene Daniel, died May 20, 1904 

Jarvis B., salesman (35 S. Market, B.), 

res. 12 Fayette 
Matilda, res. 49 Fayette 
Nellie, res. 49 Fayette 
Kehoe George, conductor, res. 12 Hunt 
Keith Gilbert H., freight agt. (F. R. R., B.), 
res. 5 Royal 
Guy B., bookkeeper (B.), res. 55 Water- 
town 
Henry M., res. 55 Watertown 
Maud F., card cutter, res. 31 Fayette 
Roy H., student, res. 55 Watertown 
Walter H, wholesale liquors, 160 Milk, 
B.), res. 55 Watertown 
Kelleher John F. Rev., asst. pastor, St. Pat- 
rick's church, res. 9 Chestnut 
John J., hairdresser, res. 28 Capitol 
Kelley Chester, rubber worker, res. 535 Mt. 
Auburn 
Elizabeth, shirt maker, 17 Main, res 12, 

rear 2S Cottage, res. 12 
Ernestine, clerk, res. 30 Fayette 
Francis M.. clerk (Navy Yard. Chsn.), res. 

13 Waverly av. 
James E., teamster, res. GO Arsenal 
James M., machinist, res. 13 Waverly av. 
J. T. Mrs., dry goods, 67 Main, res. 15 

Waverly av. 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 12 Cottage 
Mary J., widow of Patrick, r. 68 Pleasant 
Michael, H. R. Co., res. 105 Laurel 
Michael J., physician, 82 Main, res. do. 
Patrick. H. R. Co., res. 40 Dexter av. 
Richard, weaver, res. 48 Calvary 
Richard Jr., mill hand, res. 48 Calvary 
Samuel J., contractor, res. 24 Winsor av. 
Terrance, H. R. Co., res. 777 Mt. Auburn 
Kelly Annie A., widow of Thomas, res. 20 
Grenville rd. 
Annie M., bookkeeper, res. 20 Grenville rd. 
Annie W., bookkeeper (B.), res. 153 Or- 
chard 
Catharine, laundress, res. 9 Church Hill 
Frank E., stone mason, res. 24 Cottage 
James F., clerk, res. 23 Capitol 
John B., gardener, res. 20 Grenville rd. 
John B., teamster, res. 34 Pleasant 
John F., res. 9 Morse 

Margaret, wid. of Daniel, r. 153 Orchard 
Mary, widow of John, res. 9 Church Hill 
Michael J., shipper, res. 9 Morse 
Minnie E., shirt maker (B.t, res. 12 Waver- 
ly av. 
Thomas, fireman (B.), res. 49 Arsenal 
Thomas F., blacksmith, 28 Arsenal, res. 

23 Capitol 
Thomas F., contractor, 34 Mt. Auburn, 
res. 47 Main 



Kelly Thomas J., draughtsman, 67 Water, r. 
12 Winter 
Timothy, florist, 153 Orchard, res. Hovey 
Timothy, inventor, res. 9 Morse 
see Kelley 

Kendall, Francis, died Mar. 21, 1904 
Francis H, student, res. 17 Fayette 
James, laborer, res 110 Walnut 
John H, res. 17 Fayette 

Kendreken Michael, rubber worker, res. 32 
Quimby 

Kennedy Catherine, res. Union near Galen 
Catherine, widow of Daniel, res. 40 Irving 
John L., carpenter, res. 40 Irving- 
Patrick, rubber worker, res. 16, rear 28 

Cottage 
Redmond, laborer, res. 14 North Beacon 

Kenney Bridget, res. 25 Morse 
John, express, res. 8 Winter 
John J., rubber worker, res. 12 Sawin 
Josephine, clerk, res. 39 Riverside 
William, H. R. Co., res. 188 Cypress 

Kenny Patrick J., private, U. S. Arsenal, res. 
14 Church Hill 

Kent Alice M., student, res. 31 Langdon av. 
George H., res. 31 Langdon av. 
Jolin, foreman, res. 7 Irving 
John, salesman, res. 10 Summer 
J. Harry, foreman, res. 7 Irving- 
Sarah E. Mrs., res. 7 Irving 

Kerins Patrick, farmer, 50 Waltham 

Kerr John R., mason, res. 11 Purvis 

Kershaw James, dresser, res. 99 Waltham 
John, at Aetna Mills, res. 99 Waltham 

Kidder Rebecca G., widow of George R., 
res. 3 Auburn pi. 

Kilbride Michael, laborer, res. 106 Water 
Peter, res. 106 Water 

Kilcoyne James J., rubber worker, res. 68 
Bigelow av. 

Kildnff Thomas, contractor, res. 67 Spring 

Kiley James H., res. 5 Harnden av. 
James H. Jr., produce peddler, res. 5 

Harnden av. 
James W., laborer, res. 18 Bacon 
Jeremiah J., inspector, res. 18 .tfacon 
John F., carriage painter, res. 94 Main 
Margaret, died Sept. 3, 1903 

Kilfoil Ann, widow, res. 40 Dexter av. 
Joseph H, 3 Nicbols av., res. 11 do. 

Kilgore Damon M., postal clerk, r. 107 Galen 

Killion Rose, W. B. & D. Wks., r 88 Walnut 

Kimball Annie M, widow of Lorenzo W., 
res. Sycamore 
Edward D., r. Mt. Auburn, cor Arlington 
Eugene T., electrician, res. Sycamore, cor. 
Chandler 

Kincbla Timothy B.. teamster, r. 71 Pleasant 

Kinchler John F., foreman, 67 Water, res. 
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Kindlier Timothy B., inspector, 67 Water, 

res. at Newton 
King Davis J., res. 35 Summer 
Elias, carpenter, res. 3 Holt 
James H., spinner, res. 79 Morse 
Marion F., milliner, res. 35 Summer 
William, packer (B.), res. 9, rear 42 Cot- 
tage, Mt. Auburn 
Kingman Walter B., salesman, res. 58 River- 
side 
Kinmond John D., machinist, r. 65 Bigelow 

av. 

Kinsman Charles C, 57 Elliot, res. at Boston 

David W., woodworker and picture frame 

mnt'r., 30 Main, rm. 6, res. 19 Marion rd. 

Jennie L., dressmaker, res. 19 Marion rd. 

Kirke Margaret, res. 8 No. Beacon-st. ct. 

Ouder, laborer, res. 69 Spring 
Klein Ellen M., res. 562 Belmont 
Kneeland Thomas H., horseshoer, 16 Arsen- 
al, res. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas J., horseshoer, res. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Knight Charles Y., prop., 49 Galen, res. at 
Roxbury 
Virginia A. Mrs., res. 16 Parker 
Knowlton Edwin T (B.), res. 2 Melville ter. 
Harold C, machinist, res. 65 Bigelow av. 
Knox George L., clerk (B.), res. 6 Centre 
Harris T., driver, res. 6 Centre 
Mary II., teacher, Francis school, res. 6 

Centre 
Oscar F., res. 6 Centre 
Kostchief Thos., farmhand, r. 196 Lexington 
Kosvick Otto, H. R. Co.. res. 6 Oliver rd. 
Kramer William, rubber Avorker, res. 87 

Summer 
Kuhn Carl R., book and job printer, 4 
Church, res. 31 Fayette 
Fritz, repair shop, res. 31 Fayette 
Gustave, shipper, res. 31 Fayette 
Kussmaul Rudolph, machinist, res. 68 Dex- 
ter av. 

• 

LACEY MAURICE, motorman, res. 21 
rieasant 
Owen, machinists' helper, r 84 No. Beacon 
Patrick L., machinist, res. 84 No. Beacon 
Peter, farm hand, 132 Mt. Auburn, res, 
rear do. 
Lacker Fred, clerk, res. 217 Arsenal 

Jacob, cattle dealer, res. 217 Arsenal 
Laconinuo Carl, H. R. Co., res. 5 Grove 
Ladd Fannie M. Mrs., res. 17 Chester 
Joseph H., res. 8 Union 
Pearl A., res. 17 Chester 
Lafayette Theodore E.,designer,r.l22Cypress 
Laffey James M., rubber worker, res. 535 

Mt. Auburn 
Laing Arthur, apothecary. Main, cor. Spring, 
res. 4 Palfrey 



Lamb Elizabeth, clerk, 56 Main, res. at Som- 
erville 
John H., boots and shoes (B.j, r. 89 Galen 
Lamkin Walter R., salesman (B.), res. Laurel 
Landry Alexander, cleanser, 19 Galen, res. 
at Newton 
Email, peddler, res. 416 Arsenal 
Landstrom John, gardener, 240 School, res. 

238 do. 
Lane Ward H., coachman, res. 24 Riverside 
Langmaid Chase, salesman (B.), res. 517 Mt. 
Auburn 
Webster Chase, real estate, res. 517 Mt. 
Auburn 
Lapham Walter C, molder, res. 45 Laurel 
La Prusch A. K, plumber, res. 24 Prentis 
Large Arthur, carpenter, res. 54 Mt. Auburn 
Laroche Arthur, blacksmith, Belmont, cor. 

Prentis, res. at Cambridge 
Larsen Hans, H. R. Co., res. 4 Oliver rd. 
Lassam Ernest, florist, res. James 
Lassman Robert E., florist, 24 Whitney, 

res. do. 
Latham Eva, dressmaker, res. 36 Carrol 
Lathrop Albert W., res. 212 Mian 
Laughrea James, night watchman, res. ~i 

Fayette 
Lavel Jennie, weaver, res. 7 Swett ct. 
Margaret, «weaver, res. 7 Swett ct. 
Mark, engineer, res. 7 Swett ct. 
Mary, widow, res. 7 Swett ct. 
Laven Patrick, rubber worker, r. 32 Quimoy 
Lavendier James, driver, res. 48 Mt. Auburn 
Lavoy Henry, at Aetna Mills, res. 32 Wal- 

tham 
Lawn Edward A., jobbing, 4 Church, res. 
19 Winter 
Sarah, dressmaker, res. 23 Arsenal 
Thomas, laborer, res. 15 Summer 
William, res. 23 Arsenal 
Lawson Joseph R., salesman, res. 36 Elliot 
Lawton James J., foreman, r 30 Barnard av. 

Louis G, civil engineer, res. Harrington 
Leach Emilie M. C. Mrs., music teacher, 31 
Franklin 
James, dyer, res. 2 Summer 
John C, miner, res. 31 Franklin 
Nathaniel H., res. 31 Franklin 
Leahan Bridget E., res. 11 French 
Dennis, res. 11 French 
Julia A., res. 11 French 
Leahy Elizabeth A., typewriter, 304 Arsen- 
al, res. at Newton 
Learned Adelaide, widow of Samuel S., res. 
36 Riverside 
Agnes M.. dresmaker, 276 Main, res." do. 
Charles H., milkman, res. 276 Main 
Clara E., res. 13 Parker 
Isabel M., necktie maker (B.), res. 36 Riv- 
erside 



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Learned Mabel F., asst., Pub. Library, res. 
276 Main 
Waldo A., gen. supt. Newton and Water- 
town Gas Light Co., 67 Water, res. 2 
Jewett 
Wilbur F.. supt. of streets, office Town 
Hall, res. 15 Irving 
Leary Calvin, iceman, res. 147 Dexter av. 
Louis B., helper, U. S. Arsenal, res. 73 
Nichols av. 
Leavitt Nathaniel, shirt ironer, 57 Spring, 

res. 28 do.' 
Leddy Ellen E., widow of Patrick J., res. 

7 Dexter av. 
Leduc Joseph, shoemaker, res. 26 Williams 
Lee Mary E., widow of John, res. 15 Bacon 
Nellie, res. 15 Bacon 

Robert E.. publisher (B.i, res. 299 School 
Sam, laundry, 3 Nichols av.. res. do. 
See, laundry, 3 Nichols av., res. do. 
Wliliam J., clerk, res. 15 Bacon 
William M.. res. 14 Fifield 
LeFavre Albert, foreman, 75 Union, res. 384 

Watertown 
Leganger Mattie J., widow of Nicholas, res. 

65 Galen 
Leigh Albert F., engraver, res. 42 Royal 

Arthur F.. plumber, res. 42 Royal 
Leighton Arthur P., res. 136 Arlington 
Ethel L., student, res. 136 Arlington 
Henry T., potato chip mnfr., 136 Arling- 
ton, E. W., res. do. 
Stephen G.. iron molder, res. Walnut 
Lemon Edward L. (Herald office, B.), res. 
45 Marshall 
Franklin A., died Nov. 12, 1904 
Lulu M., wid. of Franklin A., r. Bates rd. 
Lennon Katherine, W. C. Co., r. 88 Walnut 
Leonard Bryan, mason, res. 61 Morse 
Harry, printer, res. 7 Irving pk. 
Hugh J., teamster, res. 45 Arsenal 
Joseph M., baker, res. 85 Watertown 
Peter A., shipper, res. 55 Fayette 
LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 
Galen and (17 Temple pi.. B.I (see p 3) 
Lewis George, H. R. Co., res. 43 Bigelow av. 
John H, carpenter, r. rear 33 Mt. Auburn 
Mary H., bookkeeper, res. 43 Bigelow av. 
Libby Leon, bookkeeper, res. 180 Cypress 
Stephen R., died Aug. 12, 1904 
Stephen W., supt. Warren Soap Co., 46 
Water, res. 6 Oliver 
Lincoln Alice, teacher. Hosmer school, res. 

13 Otis 
Lindahl Edward, rubber worker, res. 802 

Mt. Auburn 
Lindsey Robt., milkman. 62 Lexington, r. do. 

Thomas F., 62 Lexington, res. do. 
Lindstrom Charles F., removed to Hartford, 



Linnahan Edward J., clerk, res. Sycamore 
Mary E., widow of Dennis P., res. 12 rear 
41 Cottage 
Linnehan Michael, fireman, res. 72 Summer 

Owen, teanjster, res. 25 Myrtle 
Little Richard H., wheelwright, r. 27 Maple 
Littlefield Alfred, carpenter, H. R. Co., res. 

8 Lexington 
Livermore Ann G, widow of Josiah T., res. 
11 Phillips 
Bertha Y., stenographer, res. 17 Franklin 
Charles E., provisions, res. 3 Centre 
Florence M.. clerk, res. 17 Franklin 
George H, clerk (B.), res. 11 Phillips 
Herbert J., butcher, res. 17 Franklin 
Kenneth C, student, res. 3 Centre 
Laura A., died Dec. 14, 1904 
Lauraetta A., res. 57 Pleasant 
Louise R., teacher, res. 3 Centre 
Mabel G., music teacher, 17 Franklin, r do. 
Oliver D., salesman (B.), res. Ill Galen 
Thomas, died Sept. 18, 1903 
Livingston Edwin F., starter, r. 66 Pleasant 
Locke Albert W., farm hand, r 174 Common 
Artemas, res. 174 Common 
Edgar A., salesman, 8 Cuba 
Frank A., piano and organ tuner, 5 

Spring, res. at Roslindale 
George, wholesale liquors (B.), r. 49 Laurel 
Harry M., farm hand, res. 174 Common 
Henry W., market gardener, 174 Common, 

res. do. 
Oliver B., pattern maker, res. 1 Gilkey ct. 
William, clerk (B.), res. 49 Laurel 
Williain L., removed to Terra Haute, Ind. 
Lockett Walter, broker (B.), res. 2a Palfrey 

Walter B., broker (B.), res. 2a Palfrey 
Lohnas Lucy A., widow of Solomon, res. 6 
Fletcher ter. 
Yiva M., nurse, res. 6 Fletcher ter. 
Lonergan Kyran, shirt cutter, res. 33 Morse 
Long Curtis, clerk, res. 30 Melendy av. 
Edward, teamster, res. 19 Winter 
Edward J., overseer, H. R. Co., res 188 

Cypress 
George H, carpenter, res. James 
Richard, polisher, res. James 
Lord Benjamin F., clerk, res. 16 Middle 

. Eben N., pattern finisher, res. 41 Palfrey 
Loring Albert J., time keeper, H. R. Co., res. 
2 Arthur ter. 
Gustavis S., machinist, res. 6 Pearl 
Joshua (J. Loring & Co.), hay and grain, 

302 Arsenal, res. at Waverly 
J. & Co. (Joshua Loring and Samuel H. 

Seager), hay and grain, 302 Arsenal 
Sylvester R., rubber worker, res. 2 Arthur 
ter. 
Lougee Charles E., builder, 63 Watertown, 
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345 



Loughrey Agnes, stenographer, res. 132 Main 
James D., machinist, res. 132 Main 
Mary, shirt maker, res. 132 Main 
Ursula P., res. 132 Main 
Lovejoy Matilda D., died Sept. 9, 1903 
Lovell Bros. (William J., Richard S., George 
and John), market gardeners, 85 Or- 
chard 
George (Lovell Bros.), 85 Orchard, res. do. 
John S. (Lovell Bros.), 85 Orchard, res. do. 
Mary, died April 9, 1905 
Richard S. (Lovell Bros.), 85 Orchard, res. 

137 do. 
William J. (Lovell Bros.), 85 Orchard, res. 
158 do. 
Lovely Mary E., tassel maker, res. 122 Main 
Lowe Julius P., foreman, res. 48 Waltham, 
Lowrie Mary P., widow of Benjamin J., 
res. 40 Fayette 
Loynd John, W. W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 48 

Cypress 
Lucas Thomas H., machinist, res. 21 Morse 
William H., manager, 24 Main, res. 13 Otis 
Lundergan Mai*y A., widow of William, res. 

302 Pleasant, (B.) 
Lundstrom Annie Mrs., dressmaker, 38 
S:pring, res. do. 
George P., dyer, 19 Galen, res. 38 Spring 
Luoma Andrew, weaver, res. 316 Pleasant, 

Bemis 
Luques Emmie A., teacher, res. 65 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Lucy F., teacher, res. 65 Mt. Auburn 
Lydiard Agnes H., bookkeeper (B.), res. 562 

Belmont 
Lydon William F., bookkeeper, 304 Arsenal, 

res. at Boston 
Lyford Charles D., res. Brigham, c Bailey rd. 
Lyman Fannie E., bookkeeper, 18 Mt. Au- 
burn, res. 5 Palfrey 
Harry C, tailer, 28 Mt. Auburn, res. 17 

Marion rd. 
William E., clerk, 18 Mt. Auburn, res. 10 

Lincoln 
William H., provisions, 18 Mt. Auburn, 
res. 5 Palfrey 
Lynch Bros. (James F. and Charles J.), 
grocers, Main-st. ct. 
Charles J. (Lynch Bros.), res. 32 Morse 
Elwood M., shipper (B.), res. Sycamore, 

cor. Chandler 
James F. (Lynch Bros.), res. 32 Morse 
John, soap maker, res. 25 Myrtle 
John, res. 12 Hunt 

Lizzie M., clerk, Main-st. ct., res. 32 Morse 
Norman R., janitor, res. Sycamore, cor. 
Chandler 
Lyndonville Creamery Asso.. Elm 
Lyons Abram R., student, res. 6 Chestnut 
Ellen, died Jan. 2, 1905 



Lyons John, contractor, 10 Lyons ct., r. do. 
John, farm hand, res. 11 Olney 
John B., machinist, res. 22 Green 
Mary E., res. 6 Chestnut 
Michael W., res. 6 Chestnut 
Nellie F., clerk, res. 6 Chestnut 
Thomas F., driver, 18 Mt. Auburn, res. 6 

Chestnut 
Thomas F., sergeant of police, res. 786 Mt. 

Auburn 
William H., clerk, res. 6 Chestnut 

Lysaght Andrew,shipper,H.R.Co.,r.l5 Adams 

MACAULEY ALBERT, clerk, 50 Main, res. 

4a Summer 
MacDonald Edward, res. 106 Galen 

Esther, widow of Henry B., res. 5 Chester 
Joseph F., electrician, 67 Water, res. 22 

Fayette 
see McDonald 
MacEleheme Margaret, bd. house, 42 Spring 
MacFarland -red W., bookkeeper, res. 7 
Lowell av, 
Melvin, forman (Camb.), res. 5 Lowell av. 
Renaldo, painter, res. 5 Lowell av. 
Mack Catherine, res. 3 Oliver rd. 
Elizabeth, res. 3 Oliver rd. 
Mary E. Mrs., clairvoyant, 44 Spring, r do. 
Patrick, tailor, 821 Mt. Auburn, res. at 
Cambridge 
MacKellar Eben F., printer, res. 9 Morse 
Mackenzie Katie L., res. Mt. Auburn, cor. 
Arlington 
Robert, plumber, res. 30 Melendy av. 
Mackin Joseph S., H. & L. No. 1. r. 11 Green 

Walter E., res. 11 Green 
MacLaclin William, rubber worker, res. 2 

Yukon av. 
MacLeod Alexander, machinist, res. :■' 

Sycamore 

MacNaughton Lillias, widow of Daniel, res. 

105 Langdon av. 

Ruth, dentists' asst. res. 105 Langdon a v. 

MacNutt Edwin K., chemist, r. 25 Marion rd. 

Macoy Charles W.. clerk, 79 Main. res. 83 

Mt. Auburn 
Macurda Ruth H., music teacher, 10 Mar- 
shall, res. do. 
William A., insurance and real estate, 11 

Main, res. 10 Marshall 
William E., coal (92 State. B.), res. 16 

Marion road 
see Macurdy 
Macurdy Arthur J., removed to Brookline 
Grace C, res. 2 Hawthorn 
' H. Warren, died Feb. 9, 1905 
John O., civil engineer, res. 2 Hawthorne 
MACURDY LEIGH T. (Garvin ct Macurdy) 
lawyer, Otis bldg. and (293 Washington 
B.), res. 2 Hawthorne (see page 310) 



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Macurdy Maria F., wid. of H. Warren, res. 
86 Elm 
Simon A., died May 12, 1905 
Tkeodosia E., ordering dent. (rub. Lib. 

B.j, res. 2 Hawthorne 
William T. (Otis Bros.), dry goods, 15 and 
19 Main, res. 8 Chester 
Madden Annie L., res. 60 Elliot 
Charles H., molder, res. 45 Laurel 
Edward A., veterinarian, 60 Elliot, res. do. 
Francis P., molder. res. 60 Elliot 
Ida L., dressmaker, 60 Elliot, res. do. 
James F., teamster, res. 38 North Beacon 
Magee George, driver, res. 61 Elm 
Maguire Peter, laborer, res. 15 Arsenal 
Peter, laborer, res. Grenville rd. 
William, laborer, res. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Mahan Edward E., machinist, res. 188 Cy- 
press 
Patrick, laborer, res. 8 French 
Mahar James, cutter, H. R. Co., res. 122 

Dexter ay. 
Maher Thomas F., rubber worker, res. 86 

Dexter av. 
MAHONEY DANIEL J., harness mnfr., 1 
Mt. Auburn, res. at Newton (see p 305) 
Mary, widow of Timothy, res. 12 Gren- 
ville rd. 
William D., clerk (B.), res. 8 Grenville rd. 
Maihott Mary Mrs., H. R. Co., r. 31 Quimby 
Makin Frank J., blacksmith, 79 Arsenal, res. 

at Somerville 
Maloney Daniel A., physician, 122 Main, 
res. do. 
Edward J., motorman, res. 11 Pleasant 
George W., rubber worker, res. 4 Middle 
James P., clerk, 50 Main, res. 11 Pleasant 
James, starch maker, res. 11 Pleasant 
John A., laborer, res. 4 Middle 
John I'., laundryman, res. 4 Middle 
Mary, res. 15 Church Hill 
Peter, laborer, res. 19 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas, core maker, res. 18 No. Beacon 
Thomas F., plumber, res. 4 Green 
Manilla Dominick, laborer, res. 7 Forest 
Mann Bridget, widow of Samuel, res. 226 
Pleasant 
William O., supt, 240 School, res. at Bos- 
ton 
Manning Catherine E., widow of Patrick 
F., res. 21 Bacon 
Deborah, stenographer, res. 22 Forest 
John, coachman, res. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Michael, laborer, res. 31 Water 
Thomas, res. 74a Summer 
Mannix Margaret A., res. 14 Cuba 
Mary, milliner, res. 14 Cuba 
Patrick, butcher, res. 14 Cuba 
Mansell Thomas, H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton 
av. 



Mansell Timothy, H. R. Co., r. 16 Elton av. 
Mansur Hiram W., supt. 57 Spring, res. 4a 
Summer 
Wesley, res. Summer 
Manzer Sarah M., widow of Bernard, res. 64 

Rutland 
Marble Jerusha S., widow of Charles H., 

res. 16 Chester 
March Stillman P., res. 97 Mt. Auburn 
Marcy Richard, station agent, Union Mar- 
ket, res. at Waltham 
Marden John A., tinsmith, 24 Main, res. at 

Newton 
Marsh Caroline B., res. 02 Belmont, Mt. Au- 
burn 
Marshall Sarah, res. 26 Dexter av. 

Henry N., painter, res. 267 School 
Marshea Florence M., optician (1328 Mass. 
av., Cambridge), res. 33 Melendy av. 
James W., jeweler (1328 Mass. av., Cam- 
bridge), res. 33 Melendy av. 
Marsilli Frank, res. 80 Summer 
Martin John J., mason, res. 83 Palfrey 
Marvell Ernest, farm hand, res. 62 Hovey 
Mason Albin A., electrician, res. 792 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Charles B., laundryman, res. 20 Irving 
Charles F., bursar (Harvard University),. 

res. 9 Bailey rd. 
Earl M., salesman, res. 30 Pearl 
Fred L., sta. agt, Trinity pi., res. 17 Hunt 
Herbert C, supt. Hood Rubber Co., off 

Melendy av., E. W., res. at Providence 
Howard C, publisher (B.j, res. 3 Haw- 
thorne 
John A., nickel plater, res. 14 Maple 
MASON W. A. & SON, surveyors, 631 Mass. 
ay., Carnbridgeport (see back colored 
page) 
Masters Fred W., ins. agt. (B.), res. 20 Morse 
Lydia W., asst., Pub. Lib., res. 20 Morse 
Walter C, clerk (B.), res. 20 Morse 
Matheson Jessie A., cook, 240 School, res. do. 
Matthews Walter, molder, res. 145 Spruce 
Maxson Holly W., teacher, res 9 Chester 
Maxwell George H., lawyer, res. 70 ML 

Auburn 
Mayell Alfred E., master mechanic, Aetna 
Mills, res. 17 Bridge 
Ernest A., remover to Newton 
Louis J., paymaster, Aetna Mills, res. 261 
Pleasant, Bemis 
Mayo Burton L., clerk, 3 Main, res. 48 Mt. 
Auburn 
Emmery M., res. 12 Walnut 
Harry O., pottery and glassware (157 Sum- 
mer B.). res. Iz Walnut 
Herbert E., supt. N. E. Dressed Meat and 
Wool Co. (Somerville), res. 16 Walnut 
McAdam James, plumber, res. 67 Morse 



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McAdam John, died Sept. 9, 1903 

Margaret, widow of John, res. 67 Morse 
Thomas A., painter, res. 67 Morse 
William J., painter, res. 67 Morse 

McAmmon Robert, shirt ironer. 57 Spring 

McArthur Andrew A., clerk (B.), res. 27 
Dexter av. 
Beatrice M., widow of Andrew, res. 27 

Dexter av. 
Edward R.. painter, res. 10 Taylor 
John, motorman, res. 49 Summer 
William I., res. 27 Dexter av. 
William J., wool sorter, res. Oiney 

McAuliffe Archibald R., res. 19 No. Beacon 
Daniel J., cleanser, res. 19 No. Beacon 
Florence F., stove mounter, res. 19 North 

Beacon 
Florence F. Jr., molder, res. New Lexing- 
ton, near Main 

McAveeney James, conductor, res. 13 Winter 
Lulu, laundress, res. 13 ./inter 
Mary E., tailoress, res. 13 Winter 
Patrick, tailor, 14 Mt. Auburn, res. 13 
Winter 

McBain David A., res. 74 Capitol 

William, salesman (B.), res. 70 Capitol 
William EL, salesman (B.1, res. 70 Capitol 

McBride Charles F., letter carrier (Xewton), 
res. 25 Capitol 
Sylvester J., Boston American, r. 51 Elliot 

McCafferty Francis, machinist, res. Lexing- 
ton near Main 
Grace E., res. 36 Cuba 
Lillian R., res. 36 Cuba 
Mary A., shirt maker, res. 36 Cuba 
Nellie A., shirt maker, res. 36 Cuba 
Owen, laborer, res. Lexington near Main 
Patrick, laborer, res 74 Galen 
Patrick, foreman, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 

19 Purvis 
Peter, coachman, res .9 Chestnut 
W T illiam. res. 36 Cuba 
William J., laborer, res. 177 Main 

McCann James, rubber worker, r 32 Quimby 
James G., res. 3 Adams 
Patrick J., motorman, res. 10 New Lexing- 
ton 

McCarthy Catherine, died May 23, 1903 
Daniel W., letter carrier, res. 27 Boyd 
Dennis, H. R. Co.. res. 40 Dexter av. 
Ellen B., res. 19 Church lane 
George, mason, res. 147 Pleasant 
John F., shade painter, res. 25 Forest 
John T., motorman, res. 3 Taylor 
Joseph J., died Oct. 2, 1903 
J. J., lawyer (B.1, res. 219 School 
Martin, molder, res. 145 Spi'uce 
Mary, widow of Patrick, res. 25 Forest 
Michael J., foreman, rear 49 Spring, res. 7 
Morse 



McCarthy Patrick, paper maker, res. 3a 
Howard. 
Wliliam P., bottler, res. 25 Forest 
see McCarty, also Carthy, also Carty 
McChlerie William, supt. Oakley Country 
Club, off Belmont, near School, res. do. 
McClellan Delile M., painter, res. 118 Main 
McClerty Charles, teamster, res. 17 Cuba 
McCloskey George, driver, res. 59 Galen 
John E., printer, res. 59 Galen 
William H., stone mason, res. 59 Galen 
McCormack Michael, res. 24 Myrtle 
McCoy J. William, mason, r. 34 Bigelow av. 
McCree John, steam fitter (B.), res. 25 Melen- 

dy av. 
McCue Annie, widow of James, res. 335 
Pleasant 
John, H. R. Co., res. 13 Hazel 
Timothy, H. R. Co., res. 13 Hazel 
McCulloch Peter, iron molder, r. 145 Spruce 
McCurley Edward A., engineer, r. 34 Cross 
McCusker L. E., wid. of Peter, r. 12 Cottage 
McCustey George V., clerk, 62 Main, res. 55 

Galen 
McDermott Andrew E., rubber worked, res. 
9 Elton av 
Catharine, died Aug. 15, 1903 
Charles, H. R. Co., res. 9 Elton av. 
Thomas, H. R. Co., res. 9 Elton av. 
McDonald Almon H, foreman H. R. Co., res. 
42 Fayette 
Angus, molder, res. 32 Cypress 
Bessie, presser, 19 Galen, res. 21 Pleasant 
Bridget, widow of Patrick, res. 41 Water 
Catherine, H. R. Co., res. 32 Cypress 
Charles, fireman, res. 16 Prentiss 
James, res. 106 Galen 
John, plumber, 4 Main-st. ct., res. at Wal- 

tham 
John A., shoemaker, Belmont, res. at Cam- 
bridge 
Joseph, driver, res. 3 Gilkey ct. 
Mary, res. 34 Cottage 
Patrick, died June, 1901 
Peter, died June, 1901 
Thomas, laborer, res. 41 Water 
Thomas, motorman, res. 16 Hazel 
Thomas, res. 131 Melendy a v. 
see Macdonold, also McDonald 
McDonough James, fireman, res. Union Mar- 
ket House 
James, machinist, res. 89 Walnut 
James H, salesman, res. 25 Franklin 
John, machinist, res. 21 Forest 
John, H. R. Co., res. 21 Melendy av. 
John, laborer, res. rear 53 Arsenal 
John F., real estate and insurance, 11 

Main, res. 18 Walnut 
Margaret E., typewriter (B.), r. 76 Spruce 
Mary N., stenographer, res. 21 Forest 



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McDonough Thomas, H. R. Co., r. 17 Elton 
av. 

McDougall Collin, carpenter, res. 9 Park 

McEachern Anseleni, carpenter, res. 19 Cuba 
Mary A., res. 3 Taylor 

McElroy, Joseph, painter, res. lo Summer 

McFadden William, wheelwright, res. 20 
Spring 
William E., blacksmith, res. 162 Main 

McGnnn Michael, laborer, res. 6 rear 37 Cot- 
tage 
Michael T., laborer,, res. 72 Galen 
Murtagh, farm hand, res. 31 Cottage 

McGarry John, coachman, res. Sycamore 

McGee Patrick, laborer, Union Stock Mar- 
ket, res. 7 Ladd 

McGillvary Angus, motorman, res. 12 Cross 
Ellen Mrs., boarding house, 106 Galen 

McGinty Annie L., res. 24 Prentiss 
Arthur J., blacksmith, res. 24 Prentiss 
Bernard A., removed to Allston 
Edward J., laborer, res. 24 Prentiss 
Elizabeth, widow of Edw., res. 24 Prentiss 
Francis E., upholsterer, res. 24 Prentiss 
John V., compositor, res. 24 Prentiss 
see Ginty 

McGlauflin B. Fay, clerk, 56 Main, res. 19 y 2 
Irving 
Hiram, engineer, 24 Pleasant, res. 16 Sum- 
mer 
see McLaughlin 

McGlynn Agnes, laundress, res. 16 Church 

McGourty Harry, plumber, 4 Main-st. ct., 
res. at Newtonville 

McGovern James, stonemason,r.opp. 10 Ladd 
Michael, laborer, res. 37 Arsenal 

McGowen James W., paper maker, res. 7 
No. Beacon-st. ct. 
William, baker, res. 90, rear 94 Main 

McGrath Elizabeth, bookkeeper (B.), res. 33 
Waltham (B.) 
Frank, paper maker, res. 15 Forest 
Frank, molder, res. 33 Waltham. Bemis 
James J., farm hand, 85 Orchard, res. 84 

Palfrey 
John, soap maker, res. 45 California 
Margaret, widow of Owen, res. 33 Wal- 
tham, Bemis 
Margaret A., res. 33 Waltham 
Mary E., dressmaker, res. 33 Waltham B. 
Michael, grocer, 327 Pleasant, res. 329 do., 
Patrick, res. 1 Brook 
Teague, laborer, res. 57 Summer 
Thomas J., molder, r. 33 Waltham. Bemis 

McGregor Robert, res. 47 Mt. Auburn 

McGuiness Allan, driver, res. 6 Swett's ct., 
Jessie, res. 3 Ladd 

McGuire Julia A., laundress, 57 Spring, res. 
38 Forest 
Maggie, laundress, 57 Spring, r. 38 Forest 



McGuire Peter, res. 38 Forest 
Peter, laborer, res. 15 Arsenal 
Peter, laborer, res. 17 Grenville rd. 
P. A., H. R. Co., res. 12 Cottage 
William, res. 38 Forest 
William P., shirt ironer, res. 38 Forest 

McHugh Annie, widow of James, res. 335 
Pleasant, Bemis 
Catherine G., compositor, res. 1 Ladd 
Cecilia A., folder, 19 Galen, res. 1 Ladd 
Ella M., stenographer, res. 335 Pleasant 

John, res. 42 Galen 
John P., compositor, res. 1 Ladd 
Michael J., gardener, res. Lowell av. 
Patrick, gateman, res. 1 Ladd 
Rose E., marker, 19 Galen, res. 1 Ladd 
Thomas, carpenter, res. 31 Bacon 
Thomas F., baggage master. Watertown 

station, res. 1 Ladd 
see McCue 

Mcllroy John (McLennan & Mcllroy), plumb- 
er, 8 Belmont, res. at Cambridge 

Mclnnis Allen, driver, res. 15 Whitney 
Elizabeth. H. R. Co.. res. 40 Fayette 
Sarah. H. R. Co., res. 40 Fayette 

Mcintosh John, carpenter, r. 54 ivit. Auburn 
Gertrude M., clerk, res. 19 Upland rd. 
Roger S.. bookkeeper, res. 19 Upland rd. 

Mclntyre John J., contractor, res. 35 Arsenal 
Hadassah H., widow, res. 5 Chester 

McKay Daniel, dyer, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 

McKenna James J., laborer, res. 16 Palfrey 

McKenzie Sadie, res. 78 Dexter av. 

McKillops Alexander, gardener, res. 20 N. 
Beacon 

McKnight William, machinist, U. S. Arsenal, 
res. 16 Hazel 

McLaughlin James, res. 18 Cross 
James, mason, res. 116 Main 
John J., died Dec. 20, 1904 
Nellie, forewoman at laundry, r. 18 Cross 
Rose, H. R. Co., res. 31 Quimby 
Thomas, mason, res. 79 Summer 
Thomas, H. R. Co., res. 131 Melendy av. 
see McGlauflin 

McLauthlin Howard O., salesman. 39 Main, 
res. 36 Spring 
Joseph L., died Dec. 10. 1904 
Lewis, manager, 39 Main. res. 36 Spring- 
Mary, widow of Charles (McLauthlin & 
Co.), books, etc., 39 Main, res. 36 Spring 

McLAUTHLIN & CO. (Mary McLauthlin), 
job printers, books and stationery, 39 
Main (see page 311) 

McLean Mary Mrs., res. 108 Laurel 
Sanford A., foreman, res. 13 Maple 
William, porter, Oakley Country Club, res. 
do. 

McLennan & Mcllroy (John M. McLennan 
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McLennan John (McLennan & Mcllroy), 
plumber, 8 Belmont, r. at Cambridge 
McLeod Jennie Mrs., res. 2 Franklin 
McMackin James, rubber worker, res. 18 

Adams 
McManus James, at Aetna Mills, res. 238 

Pleasant, Bemis 
McMillan Elsie Mrs., res. 152 Main 
McMullen Patrick B., plasterer (B.), res. 35 

White's av. 
McNally James C, coachman, 4 Riverside, 
res. 1 Arsenal 
John F., teamster, res. 1 Arsenal 
see Nally 
McNamara Daniel, moulder, res. 17 Bacon 
Edward, teamster, res. 38 Cotage 
James J., laborer, res. 777 Mt. Auburn 
John E., police, res. 62 Summer 
McNamee James H., marble works, 827 Mt. 
Auburn, res. 44 Elliot 
William A., marble worker, Prentiss, res. 
at Belmont 
McNeil Francis H., carpenter, res. Perry 

see Neal, also Neil, also O'Neal, alsoO'Neil 
McNutt Howard, res. 10 Cross 
McPeak Frank J., manager, res. 10 Walnut 
McPherson Angus N., res. 33 Irving 
., Arthur, starter, res. 33 Irving 
McQueeney James, rubber worker, r. 55 Elm 
McSherry Frank, hairdresser, 35 Main, res. 
41 Forest 
James, bundlewood, res. 41 Forest 
John J., hairdresser, 35 Main, res. 41 For- 
est 
Martin, produce peddler, res. 41 Forest 
Owen, gardener, res. 41 Forest 
McWhirter Alfred S., piano tuner, res. Au- 
burn House 
Ellen A. Mrs., prop. Auburn House, 47 Mt. 
Auburn 
Mead Julian A., pres. Watertown Savings 
Bank, and physician, 100 Mt. Auburn, 
res. do. 
Meade William E. F., grocer, 19 N. Beacon 
Meaney James H., rubber worker, res. 16 

Hazel 
Mechvim Robert, machinist,' res. 10 Hunt 
Mee Dennis, farmer, res. 19 Cottage 
Edward, res. 34 Cottage 
James, farm hand, i - es. 4 Grove 
Meehan Annie L., H. R. Co., res. 543 Mt. 
Auburn 
John J., sec. and treas. The Waterproof 

Paint Co., 71 Fayette, res. 263 School 
John S„ laborer, res. 543 Mt. Auburn 
Lawrence, laborer, res. 543 Mt. Auburn 
Mary, res. 543 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas, laborer, res. 43 Water 
Meier Frederick A., supt. Power & Speed 
Controller Co., res. at Quin_ey 



Meister Arthur L., clerk, 15 Main, res. 16 
Pearl 
David A., blacksmith, whelwright and 
painter, 9 Spring, res. 16 Pearl 
Melcher Mabel F., teacher, Hosmer school 
Melhinch Electra M., widow of George F., 

res 64 Sycamore 
Melin Gust., H. R. Co., res. 4 Adams 
MELLEDGE ROBERT J., real estate, mort- 
gages and insurance, Lyceum Bldg., 
Harvard sq., Cambridge, and (28 State, 
B.), (see back colored page) 
Melvin Albert H., preserver, res. 41 Church 
Albert, res. 45 Fayette 
Frank A., removed to Cambridge 
Jonas, mason, res. 57 Riverside 
Merley Harry P., mechanic, res. 54 Riverside 
see Morley, also Murley 
Merrifield Albert A., boiler maker, res. 186 
Arlington, E. W. 
Frank W., blacksmith, res. 186 Arlington, 
Julia F., widow of Hosea F., r. 186 Ar- 
lington, E. W. 
Merrill Barnett H., electrician, res. 48 Galen 
Frank, farm hand, 174 Common, res. do. 
Metcalf Arthur W., painter, res. 7 Dexter av. 
Metropolitan Laundry, H. H. Sawyer, prop., 

57 Spring 
Meuse Benjamin V., mariner, res. 42 Arsenal 

M., laborer, res. 144 Arsenal 
Meyer Joseph, shoe maker, res. Holt 
Middleby Joseph, res. 219 School 
Miles John E., engineer, res. 33 Capitol 
Mill Jennie, res. 42 Galen 
Millard Edward F., res. 16 Franklin 
Miller Elizabeth L., clerk, 15 Main, res. 7 
centre 
George J., meat cutter, res. 103 Galen 
Lester W., teamster, res. 300 Arsenal 
Millet Roscoe L., sliirt ironer, 59 Spring, res. 

34 Fayette 
Millmore Annie, W. W. Co., res. 79 Summer 
John F., police, res. 78 North Beacon 
John H., res. 7S North Beacon 
Mary housekeeper, 79 Summer 
Michael, town laborer, res. 79 Summer 
Patrick, carpet lining, res. 79 Summer 
Stephen, clerk, res. 79 Summer 
Thomas, paper maker, res. 68 Summer 
Mills Andrew T., painter, res. 46 Galen 
Bertha C, shirt maker, res. 46 Galen 
Frank A., tinsmith, res. 87 Pleasant 
Margaret, Avidow of William J., res. 46 

Galen 
Mary L., widow, res. 87 Pleasant 
Wililam H., paper maker, res. 17 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Millson John, supt. Watertown Worsted Co., 

res. Pleasant, Bemis 
Milnes George, clerk, res. 48 Mt. Auburn 



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Milton Alfred, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 49 
Laurel 
Charles D., conductor, res. 17 Prentiss 
Mirabito Frank, laborer, res. 70 Summer 
Mitchell Annie Mrs., res. rear 7 Cross 

Peter, at Aetna Mills, res. 4 Sweet's ct. 
Moffatt Thomas, H. R. Co., r. 40 Dexter av. 
Molloy Catherine, widow of John, res. 5 
Chandler 
Charles H.. butcher, res. 2 Myrtle 
Joseph F., painter, res. 5 Chandler 
Lillie, H. R. Co., res. 537 Mt. Auburn 
Mary Agnes, bookkeeper, res. 2 Myrtle 
see Maloy, Morley, also Murley 
Monahan Edward, engineer, res. 5 Gilkey ct. 
Edward A., clerk, B. & M. R. R., res. 156 

Main 
Edward C, foreman, 24 Pleasant, res. 20 

Elliot 
Frank. H. R. Co., res. 105 Laurel 
James, laborer, res. 50 Arsenal 
James D., journalist, res. 154 Main 
John H., paper bag maker, res. 32 Forest 
John J., paper bag maker, res. 50 Arsenal 
Mary A., dressmaker, res. 50 Arsenal 
Mary V., laundress, res. 25 White's av. 
Owen, gardener, res. 25 White's a v. 
Patrick, laborer, res. 72a [summer 
Mongan Mary T., rubber worker, res. 34 

Cottage 
Monique George F., driver, 51 Spring, res. 

19 Pleasant 
Monk Wesley C. lawyer, res. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Monookian Thaddeus, H. R. Co., res. 537 

Mt. Auburn 
Monroe John E., Lieut., TJ. S. Arsenal 
Moody George H., builder, res. 13 Parker 
Leonce B.. manager (B.), res. 18 Marion 
road 
Mooers John T.. carpenter, res. 4 Marion 
road 
Juliette, res. 4 Marion road 
Mooney Ann M.. widow of Samuel, res 36 
Coolidge Hill. E. W. 
Emma M., clerk, res. 36 Coolidge Hill 
Frederick, at Lewando's, res. 13 Maple 
Grace E., widow of Charles, res. 36 Cool- 
idge Hill. E. W. 
John J., switchman, res 28 North Beacon 
John, died April 1, 1905 
Mary, widow of John. res. 35 Irving 
Michael B.. res. 35 Irving 
Michael I., shirt ironer. res. 57 Snring 
Moore Ellen Mrs., res. 43 Marshall 

Frank, coachman, 44 Spring, res. 41 do. 
Fred K., salesman. F. E. Coolidge. res. 18 

Melendy av. 
Grace, stenographer, res. 18 Melendy av. 
Harris W., snpt. manual training, res. 27 
Franklin 



Moore Herbert, bookkeeper, r. 63 Spring 
Mary, H. R. Co., res. 56 Melendy av. 
Walter G., machinist, res. 25 Melendy av. 

Moorehouse Byron, night watchman, res. 53 
Hall av. 

Moran Frank, tailor, 76 Main, res. do. 
John, laborer, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 
John J., clerk (Brighton), res. 154 Main 
Joseph, laborer, res. 7 Middle 
Margaret J., widow of John, res. 154 Main 
Martin, foundryman, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Martin J., laborer, res. 7 Myrtle 
Mary, res. 81 Capitol 
Patrick H.. laborer, res. 7 Myrtle 
Patrick J., motorman, res. 154 Main 
Thomas, carpenter, res. 7 Myrtle 
Thomas, laborer, res. 13 Cuba 
Thomas, plumber, res. 7 Myrtle 
Thomas, laborer, res. 20 North Beacon 

Morash Anthony, carpenter, res. 53 Hall av. 
Benjamin, bookkeeper, res. 53 Hall av. 

Morella Michele, laborer, res. 80 Water 

Morgan George H., res. 47 Elliot 

James, editor (Globe, B.), res. 18 Oliver 
William G., jeweler, 5 Spring res. 45 
Riverside 

Moriarty Ellen, died Nov. 3, 1904 

Morley Edward J., iron moulder, res. 67 N. 
Beacon 
John J., moulder, res. 86 North Beacon 
Julia G., saleswoman, res. 622 Mt. Auburn 
Michael J., laborer, res. 19 Ladd 
Patrick, gardener, res. 622 Mt. Auburn 
see Molloy 

Morrell Edward, carpenter, res. 52 Fayette 
Elvira, W. W. Co., res. 52 Fayette 
Otis, Am. W. T. Co., res. 52 Fayette 

Morris Edward O., roofer, 1% Mt. Auburn, 
res. 19 Irving 
Griffith E.. roofer, 19 Galen, res. 19 Irving 
Thomas O., shipper (B.), res. 5 Arsenal 
William, bookbinder, res. 9 Morse 

Morrisey Fred, res. 38 California 
John J., engineer, res. 38 California 
Thomas C, teamster, res. 5a Howard 

Morrison EdAvard P., clerk (B.), res. 12 Elliot 
Louis W., machinist, res. 28 Melendy av. 
Philip, South Terminal (B.), res. 12 Elliot 
Thomas, rubber worker, res. 44 Belmont 

Morse Charles Q.. gateman, Union Market 
crossing, res. 23 Mt. Auburn 
C. Belle, res. Riverside 
Ernest C, clerk, res. 29 Mt. Auburn 
Francis Mrs., died April 21, 1904 
Harry F., insurance (B.). res. 5 Oliver 
John S., carriage maker, res. Hersom 
Luther B. Mrs., res. 2 Riverside 
Oscar W.. machinist res. 89 Pleasant 
Stanley F., student, res. 5 Oliver 

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Morton Frank M., carpenter, r. 109 Galen 
Moseley Joseph P., foreman, W. & P. Mfg. 

Co., res. 20 Ladd 
Mosher Mary Mrs., res. 10 Parker 
Mosinan Arthur D., clerk (B.j, res. 27 Myrtle 
Edward A., res. 19 Pleasant 
Frank V., carpenter, res. 27 Myrtle 
George F., clerk, res. 27 Myrtle 
Harry G., stove mounter, res. 27 Myrtle 
Moulton William H., janitor, res. 3 Winter 
Moynahan Mary H., prin. Spring school, res. 

7 Chester 
Mudge Sheldon, motorman, res. 78 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Mulcahy Thomas, plumber, 4 Main-st. ct., 

res. at Waltham 
Mulhearn John J., laborer, res. 67 Capitol 
Mary, seamstress, res. 7 Cuba 
Sarah, died June 17, 1903 
William, soap maker, 46 Water, res. 35 do. 
Mullahy Michael, laborer, ( res. 11 North 

P>eacon 
Mullaney James, rubber worker, res. 52 N. 

Beacon 
Mullay George L., removed to Brighton 
Mullen Katherine, stenographer (B.), res. 
, Myrtle 

Daniel J., machinist, res. Myrtle 
Frank, machinist, res. 18 Cross 
Mullens Kate, widow of William, res. 31 

Myrtle 
Mulligan James, H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Mundell Arthur W., clerk, 304 Arsenal, res. 

4 Centre 
Mundy Thomas, loom fixer, res. 101 Wal- 
tham 
Munroe John E., Lieut. U. S. Arsenal 
Munyon Daniel, rubber worker, res. Charles 
MURDOCK FRANCIS, clerk and treas. 
Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co., 
67 Water and (308 Washington, New- 
ton), res. 261 Centre, Newton (see page 
308) 
MURDOUGH ALBERT B., builder and con- 
tractor, 17 Main, room 3, res. 5 Russell 
av. (see page 304) 
Murley Harry P., mechanic, res. 54 River- 
side 
Murphy Albert, blacksmith, res. 186 Arling- 
ton 
Catherine F., res. 3 Ladd 
Charles, motorman, res. 67 Capitol 
Cornelius F., rubber workei\ res. 26 Pren- 
tiss 
Edward, machinist, res. 30 Olney 
Edward, teamster, res. 14 California 
Edward W., upholsterer, 64 Main, res. 30 

Olney 
Elizabeth L., telegraph operator (Newton- 
villei, res. 76 Galen 



Murphy Eugene, teamster, res. 57 Arsenal 
Flora L., res. 186 Arlington 
Frank, blacksmith, res. 186 Arlington 
George B., res. 30 Olney 
Hannah, widow of William, res. 44 Plea- 
sant 
James, farm hand, res. 4 Grove 
James B., laborer, res. 42 Pleasant 
James H., moulder, res. 51 Arsenal 
Jennie, removed to Boston 
John, foreman, res. 76 Galen 
John A., enginer, 128 Arsenal, res. 13 
Ladd 
' John J., clock maker, res. 78 Galen 
John J., stove mouuter; also capt. fire 

dept., res. 20 Myrtle 
John P., laborer, res. 3 Ladd 
John R., rubber cutter, H. R. Co., res. 14 

rear of 41 Cotage 
Matthew, iceman, res. 14 California 
Michael, driver, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Nellie, res. 64 Hovey 
Nora, res. 64 Hovey 
Patrick, farm hand, res. 4 Grove 
Patrick, iron worker, res. 67 Capitol 
Patrick J., driver, 29 Irving, res. 51 Ar- 
senal 
Philip, town laborer, res. 40 Summer 
Rose, widow of Owen, res. 14 California 
Thomas J., teamster, U. S. Arsenal, res. 
51 Arsenal 
Murray Aimer P., carpenter, Waltham, cor. 
Rutland 
Agnes Mrs., res. 5 Waverly av. 
Alexander R., machinist, res. 5 Waverly 

av. 
Emma F., laundress, res. 35 Forest 
James L., carpenter, res. 23 Hunt 
Julia G., bookkeeper, res. 78 Galen 
Mary A., shirt maker, res. 35 Forest 
Nora Mrs., grocer, 80 Galen, res. 78 do. 
Patrick J., res. 78 Galen 
Peter, gardener, res. Russell, near Holt 
William, died March 2, 1905 
William, H. R. Co., res. 8 Oliver road 
William B.. res. 35 Forest 
Myers Linus C, paper maker, r. 19 Palfrey 
Margaret, widow of Richard, res. 32 

Quimby 
Richard, died January, 1904 

NAKASIAN FRED, H. R. Co., res. 537 

Mt. Auburn 
Nally Annie E., res. 25 Waverly av. 
Bridget M. , widow of Thomas, res. 27 

Boyd 
James F., clerk (B.1, res. 27 Boyd 
Margaret A., bookkeeper, 6 Mt. Auburn, 

res. 25 Waverly av. 
Mary E., widow of Patrick, res. 14 Forest 



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Nally Patrick J. (Nally & Son), express, 6 
Mt. Auburn, res. 25 Waverly av. 
Patrick J., Jr. (Nally & Son), 6 Mt. Au- 
burn, res. 25 Waverly av. 
Thomas F., teamster, res. 38 Forest 
Thomas H„ rubber worker, res. 27 Boyd 
& Son (Patrick J. and Patrick J. Nally, 

Jr.). express, 6 Mt. Auburn 
see McNally 
Nason Guy H., clerk, H. R. Co., res. 141 

Dexter av. 
National Express Co., W. W. Willson, agent, 

2G Main 
Neil William, lineman, gas works, res. 792 

Mt. Auburn 
Nelson Edgar, iceman, res. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Nelson Fred L.. supt. (B.), res. 198 School 
Oscar, W. & P. Mfg. Co.. res. 4 Adams 
Peter, blacksmith, res. Highland av., cor. 

Hersom 
Sarah, widow of Stephen, res. 37 Nichols 

av. 
Stephen, undertaker, res. 37 Nichols av. 
Nesbitt William J., gardener, res. 64 Hovey 
Neville Michael, laborer, res. 4 Grove 
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH CO., pay station, 31 
Main ;see page 29) 
Newbury Ernest E., boot maker, res. 225 

Coolidge av 
Newcomb Howaid, molder, res. 40 Cypress 
John C. plumber, res.. 67 Capitol 
John W., carpenter, res. 35 Morse 
Warren W.. carpenter, res. 22 Capitol 
William C. machinist, res. 54 Capitol 
William M., machinist, res. 54 Capitol 
Newell Annie E.. widow of Chanes M., res. 
21 Melendy av. 
John. ins. (40 Water, B.), r. 5 Chester 
Newhall Benjamin F., plumber, res. 15 Riv- 
erside 
NEWTON AND WATERTOWN GAS 
LIGHT CO., Francis Murdoch, clerk 
and treas., Waldo A. Learned, gen. 
supt., Welles E. Holmes, electric supt., 
67 Water, office 308 Washington (New- 
ton) (see page 308) 
William J., organ builder, res. Harrington 
Nichols Gilbert C, driver, engine 1. res. 5 
Patten 
Joseph H., paper maker, res. 5 Patten 
Mary A., widow of Gilbert, res. 5 Patten 
Wlliiam A., editor, res. 59 Church 
Nicholson Patrick, at Aetna Mills, res. 298 

Pleasant 
Nickerson Chester, H. R. Co.. res. 21 Hazel 
Ephraim E., painter, res. 85 Watertown 
Ferdinand E., fish, 11 White, res. do. 
Patrick, at Aetna Mills, res. 288 Pleasant. 
Bemis 



Niles Guy D., res. 56 Church 

James P., dentist, Newton, res. 56 Church 
Noble Archie E., sec. and manager, Water- 
town Lumber Co., res. at Waltham 
Noera Joseph F. (Hub Dry Goods Co.), 817 

Mt. Auburn, res. at Boston 
Nolan Edward C, horseshoer, 8 Arsenal, res. 
6 do. 
William Martin, died July 10, 1905 
Non-Corrosive Metal Co., Inc., metal mfrs., 

Galen, cor. Watertown 
Nonantum Coal Co., A. A. Savage, manager, 

Bridge, next Bemis station 
Noonan Austin, rubber worker, res. 416 Ar- 
senal 
John, laundryman, res. 24 Spring 
Mary J., rubber inspector, res. 79 Morse 
Rachael, widow of Edward, res. 79 Morse 
Norcross Abner, pattern maker, res. 3 Cuba 
Alice I., teacher (Somerville), res. 28 Rus- 
sell av. 
Ann I., res. 14 Parker 
Eliza J., died August 22, 1903 
Everett E.. clerk, res. 128 Cypress 
George Francis, carpenter, r. 128 Cypress 
Harriet H., teacher, res. 28 Russell av. 
Ida E., res. 28 Russell av. 
James H, res. 28 Russell av. 
Walter E., moulder, res. 15 Riverside 
William W., foreman, W. & P. Mfg. Co., 
res. 128 Cypress 
Norish Jethro, laborer, res. 89 Thaxter 

Thomas I., clerk, res. rear 33b Mt. Auburn 
Norris Wilfred A., architect (530 Atlantic 

av.. B.). res. 35 Coolidge Hill 
North Mark N.. vet, surgeon, res. 28 Marion 

road 
Norton Harrison D., machinist, res. 10 Irv- 
ing Park 
James E., farmer, res. 24 Grenville road 
Joseph P.. conductor, res. 80 Prentiss 
Michael S., gardener, res. 14 Sycamore 
Thomas, rubber worker, res. 15 Hern 
Norwood Wilbur, driver, res. 57 Spring 
Noyes Charles H., res. 34 Marshall 

Mary A., widow of George L., res. 13 
Phillips 
Nugent Edward H., clerk, res. 58 Capitol 
Frank A., machinist, res. 31 Waltham, 

Bemis 
Frederick L.. clerk, res. 58 Capitol 
Joseph M., blacksmith, res. 31 Waltham, 

Bemis 
Mamie E., milliner, res. 58 Capitol 
Mary A., widow of Michael A., res. 58 
Capitol 
Nutting Andrew F., machinist, res. 29 Mt. 
Auburn 
T. Clifton, paper maker, res. 29 Mt. Au- 
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Nye Ephraim B., res. 4 Chester 

Ida B., necktie maker, res. 22 Parker 

OAKLEY COUNTRY CLUB, William Mc- 
Chlerie. supt., off Belmont, near School 

Oates Patrick, laborer, res. 14 North Beacon 

Ober Marion F., physician, 4 Irving, res. do. 

Obie Hector J., hair dresser, 23 Main, res. at 
Newton 

O'Brien Alice, saleswoman, res. 40 Carrol 
Catherine Mrs., res. 10 Bacon 
Elizabeth, housekeeper, 17 Waverly av. 
Elizabeth E., machine hand, res. 53 Carroll 
Eugene M., farm hand, res. 53 Carroll 
Francis W., salesman, res. 13 Howard 
Frank W., clerk, res. 13 Howard 
Frederick T., laborer, res. 47 Carroll 
Hanora, widow of James, res. 47 Carroll 
James P., stove mounter, res. 30 Waltham 
James P., died Oct. 17, 1904 
John, grocer (Newton), res. 3 Melville ter. 
John, laborer, res. 26 Grenville road 
John J., farmer, res. Lowell av. 
John J., grocer, 131 Marshall, res. do. 
John R., deputy collector, res. 13 Howard 
Joseph I., clerk, 51 Main, res. at Lowell 
Justin, farm hand, res. 85 Orchard 
Margaret, shirt maker (B.), res. 32 Forest 
Margaret E., at W. C. L. Co., res. 53 Car- 
roll 
Margaret T., res. 31 Bacon 
Mary, widow of Matthew, res. 34 Forest 
Mary A., laundress, res. 17 Waverly av, 
Mary A., res. 31 Bacon 
Michael, res. 34 Forest 
Nora G., res. 53 Carroll 
Owen Eugene, farmer, res. 53 Carroll 
Patrick, res. 32 Forest 
Patrick, farm hand, res. 85 Orchard 
Patrick teamster, res. 34 Forest 
Peter, laborer, res. 17 Waverly av. 
Richard, machinist, res. 34 Forest 
Richard H., machinist, r. 26 Grenville rd. 
Stephen, laborer, res. 41 Waltham 
Thomas, moulder, res. 4 Gilkey ct 
Thomas E., moved to Quebec 
Thomas F., clerk, res. 47 Main 
Timothy M., removed to Chicago 
William F., butcher, res. 65 Spring 

O'Connell Daniel, laborer, res. 34 Cottage 
John, laborer, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Owen, bottler. 46 Cottage, Mt. Auburn 
Thomas, bottler, 46 Cottage, Mt. Auburn, 

av. 
Timothy A., H. R. Co., res. 160 Spruce 

O'Connor Hugh, blacksmith, res. 27 Arsenal 
John, bootmaker, res. 11 Church Hill 
John, H. R. Co., res. 48 Cypress 
John, motorman, res. 19 Pleasant 
see O'Conner, also Conner, also Connor 



Odams Frances A., widow of John D., re- 
moved to Taunton 
Jesse L., removed to Taunton 
Odell James K., trav. salesman, res. 122 

Dexter av. 
O'Grady Francis, machinist, res. 41 Water- 
town 
O'Halloran Michael, res. 14 Beechwood av. 
Michael G., driver, res. rear ±o Mt. Au- 
burn 
Patrick H., hairdresser, 23 Main, res. 51 
Fayette 
O'Hara James, farm hand, res. 1 Greenville 

road 
O'Hare Martin, rubber worker, res. 78 Dex- 
ter av. 
O'Hearn Hannah, widow of William, res. 88 
Pleasant 
John W., plumber, res. 16 Church 
J. J., Capt. Fire Engine No. 1, Church, 

res. 16 Church 
P. Ambrose, clerk, res. 88 Pleasant 
O'Higbee Charles O., painter, res. 3 Homer 
O'Keefe Michael, laborer, res. 9 Mt. Auburn 

M., grocer. 10 Mt. Auburn 
Oliver Frank E., machinist, res. 64 Dexter 
av. 
Olson Edward, grocer, Belmont 

John, rubber worker, res. 145 Spruce 
Martin, teamster, res. 4 Grove 
O'Mara Elizabeth, widow of James, res. 9 
Church Hill 
Kate, clerk, res. 9 Church Hill 
O'Neal, see O'Neil, also Neal, Neil, McNeal, 
O'Neil Abbie C, shirt maker, res. 22 Forest 
Andrew, farm hand, res. 4 Grove 
Arthur E., chief engineer, 67 Water, res.' 

22 Forest 
JuLn, farm hand, res. 116 Lexington 
Joseph William, machinist, res. 22 Forest 
Mary, res. 22 Forest 
Thomas, H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Orchard Jennie Mrs., res. 54 Church 

Leslie W., coppersmith, res. 24 Quimby 
Orlando John, rubber worker, r. 36 Quimby 
Patrick, res. 36 Quimby 
Raphael, H. R. Co., res. 36 Quimby 
Vincent, H. R. Co., res. 36 Quiinby 
Osborn George P., photo engraver (B.), res. 

11 Oliver 
Osborne Fanny, nurse, res. 22 Cross 
Osgood Archie W., foreman, 19 Galen, res. 
72 do. 
C. G. (Osgood & Wendell), French ter., r. 

at Somerville 
Daniel A., res. 71 Cypress 
& Wendell (C. G. Osgood and C. B. Wen- 
dell), coal and wood, French ter. 
Ostridge Anselm, blacksmith, res. 86 Sum- 
mer 



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DIRECTORY 



Otis Brothers (Horace W. and Ward M. Otis 
and William T. Macurdy), dry goods, 
1 oots and shoes, 15 and 19 Main 
Horace W. (Otis Bros.), dry gods, 15 and 

19 Main, res. 85 Mt. Auburn 
Ward M. (Otis Bros.), dry goods, 15 and 
19 Main, res. 98 Alt. Auburn 
O'Toole Maiy, H. R. Co., res. 28 Dexter av. 
Owen George, machinist, res. Holt 

John, N. E. T. & T. Co., res. Holt 
Owens Leonard, plumber, res. Holt 
Ralph, machinist, res. Holt 
William, gardener, res. 4-1 Belmont, Mt. 
Auburn 

PACKARD FRED, physician, res. 79 Mt. 
Auburn 
Harry W., helper, 24 Main, res. 44 Capitol 
Packtovis Morris D., shoe maker, Main-st. 

ct. res. at Newton 
Page Ada, widow of Seth L., res. 19 Dexter 
av. 
Frank R., supt. of schools, 56 Main, res. 

306 School 
George A., res. painter, Main-st. ct., res. 

30 Church 
George F., driver, res. 9 Summer 
Lois R. Miss, sec. Thos. Dalby Co., res. 

51 Bennington, Newton 
Napoleon, electrician,, res. 40 Galen 
Paige Josephine E., prin. Francis school, 

res. 4 Palfrey 
Paine Herbert L., bookkeeper, W. & P. Mfg. 
Co., res. 9 Garnet 
J. Thomas, res. 9 Garnet 
Richard H., insurance and real estate. 17 

Main, res. 9 Garnet 
Timothy J., machinery (Camb.), res. 57 
Palfrey 
Palmer Edward J., trav. salesman, res. 157 

North Beacon 
Pareschia Andrew, laborer, res. 2 Lyons ct. 
Parish Lucius H., compositor, res. 15 Pal- 
frey 
Park Edward, clerk, res. Harrington 
Parker Arthur L., bookkeeper, r. 180 Cypress 
Forrest F., res. 156 Spruce 
Frank R., salesman, res. 3 Capitol 
George, constable and station master, po- 
lice station, res. 16 Marshall 
PARKER GEORGE S., cashier Union 
Market National Bank, 52 Main, and 
town auditor, res. 18 Marshall (see 
page 306) 
Harold F., student, res. 3 Capitol 
Parkhnrst Chester, removed to Newton 
Emeline K., widow of John M., res. 47 
Marshall 
Parlin Joseph R.. trav. salesman, res. 14 
Marion road 



Parlow Arthur, stove fitter, res. 45 Laurel 
Parmenter Edward. H. R. Co., res. 101 
Laurel 
Frank, clerk, res. 101 Laurel 
Waldo, blacksmith, res. 101 Laurel 
Parrish Charles, tinsmith, 24 Main, res. 28 

Spring 
Parsons Arthur H., station agent, E. W., 
res. at Waltham 
Augustus, tinsmith, 24 Main. res. at New- 
ton 
Bert F., clerk, 304 Arsenal, res. at Boston 
Joseph F., painter, 7 Spring res. 9 Fifield 
Sallie M., teacher High school, res. 25 
Marshall 
Partridge Frank P., sporting goods, res. 21 
Winsor av. 
Horace, clerk, res. 21 Winsor av. 
Pascoe George, moulder, res. 2 Gilkey ct. 
Philip, gardener, res. 21 Fayette 
Thomas, gardener, res. 38 Royal 
Patriquin Burton, porter, res. Harrington 
Pattee Moses, watchman, res. 47 Main 
Patten Alice G., teacher, res! 11 Fayette 
Ellen M., res. 21 Russell av. 
George W., bookkeeper, res. 21 Russell av. 
Minnie B., Francis school, res. 47 Main 
Mary E., teacher, res. 25 Marshall 
Mary P., res. 21 Russell av. 
Wendell W., salesman (B.), res. 12 Frank- 
lin *> 
Patterson Alexander, carpenter, res. Har- 
rington 
William J., moulder-, res. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Paul Frank, machinist, res. 4 Patten 
Paustian William, mason, res. 24 Greiiville 
road -g| 
Payne Eliza A., widow of Henry, res. Wm. 

H. Douglass', Sycamore 
Pearce Richard M., foreman, res. 10 Dexter 
av. 
see Peirce, also Pierce, also Pearse 
Pearson William H. auditor (43 Franklin, 

B.), res. 22 Maple 
Peary Samuel A., removed to Cambridge 
Peck M. Lillian, res. 1 Jewett 

Sarah A., widow of Dyer H., res. 1 Jewett 
Peckham Albert B., salesman (B.), res. 
Laurel 
Frank H., brass foundry, Belmont, cor. 
Common 
Pendergast John J., laborer, res. 12 Winter 
John W., foreman, res. 24 Melendy av. 
Martin W., core maker, res.24 Melendy av. 
Patrick, shipper, res. 26 Morse 
Pendleton John B., insurance, res. 5 Elliot 
Penfield Walter G.. Lieut. U. S. Arsenal 
Penney C. Belle, res. 15 Bigelow av. 
Margaret J., res. 15 Bigelow av. 
Rebecca E., teacher, res. 15 Bigelow av. 



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Penney Walter R., removed to Cambridge 
Perdunn William V., laborer, res. 10!) Laurel 
Perkins Albert P>.. painter, res. 10 .Sycamore 
Albert YV„ pattern maker, res. r,2 Chruch 
George A., painter, 10 Sycamore, res. do. 
George E., clerk (B.), res. 10 Sycamore 
Homer ('., salesman (B.), res. 4 Chester 
James O.. foreman, Hood Rubber Co., res. 

1-1 Adams 
John H.. supt. water dept., res. 40 Mar- 
shall 
Lena M., dressmaker, res. 10 Sycamore 
Thomas J., salesman (Waltham), res. 9 
Oliver 
Perry Frank, spinner, res. 226 Pleasant 
Frank A., conductor, res. '.',2 Fayette 
Ferryman Linda M., res. 777 Mt. Auburn 
Margaret, widow of Edward, res. 777 Mt. 
Auburn 
Persico John, clerk, res. 84 Summer 
Peterson Albert, boot maker, H. R. Co. 
Andrew, florist, res. 38 Belmont 
Edward C, carpenter, res. Olcott, near 

Main 
Frank E., tinsmith, res. Hersom 
John, carpenter (B.), res. Hersom 
Louise, res. 42 Fayette 
Pettebone Willis B., driver, Lewando's, res. 

1 Capitol 
Pettengill Mary, res. 51 Summer 
Pevear Abbie F., res. 13 Irving 

Harold R„ clerk, 128 Arsenal, res. 11 Irv- 
ing 
Marietta B., res. 13 Irving 
William H. (W. H. Pevear & Co.), coal 
and wood, 128 Arsenal, office 5 Spring, 
res. 11 Irving 
PEVEAR W. H. & CO. (William H. Pevear), 
coal, wood, hay, brick, flue lining and 
drain pipe, etc., 128 Arsenal, office 5 
Spring (see page 302) 
Phelan Catherine, res. 19 Church Hill 
Philbrick Julia Mrs., res. 170 Spruce 

Walter L.. machinist, res. 176 Spruce 
Philbrook E. Forest, box maker, res. 17 Ha- 
zel 
Herbert A., tinsmith, 24 Main, res. 21 
Marion road 
Philie Wilfred, driver, res. 46a Spring 
Phipps Emma P., widow of Appleton, res. 
31 Green 
Grace E., asst. Public Library, res. at 

Hopkinton 
Harry J., student, res. 31 Green 
Pier Alfred. H. R. Co., res. 40 Cypress 
Pierce Abbie F., widow of John Q. A., res. 
93 Mt. Auburn 
Charles K., foreman, 67 Water, res. at 

Newton 
Charles Q'.. res. 95 Mt. Auburn 



Pierce Charles W.. farmer and milkman. 675 
Belmont, res. do. 
Elizabeth C, res. 12 Russell av. 
Menella I., music teacher, res. 127 Main 
William T.. civil engineer (14 Beacon, B.i, 

res. 12 Russell av. 
see Peirce, also Pearee, also Pearse 
Pieterse Albert S., teamster, res. 65 Elm 
Pike Alfred C, shipper (B.i, res. 2b Dexter 
av. 
Charles, carpenter, res. 133 Boyd 
Pillsbury Edward W„ died July 4. 1904 
Fred S. & Co., hardware, 9 Main, res. 44 
Palfrey 
Pinkham Arthur F. (B.i. res. 47 Marshall 
Frederick C, res. 24 Whitney 
John W., machinist, res. 3 Oliver road 
Piper Charles F„ salesman, res. 17 Otis 

Gertrude M., res. 17 Otis 
Plaisted George, driver. 19 Galen, res. 81 do. 
Ploetner Herman C, teamster, res. 88 Sum- 
mer 
Plunkett Elizabeth, shirt maker, 17 Main, 
res. 81 do. 
James H.. died March 1-1, 1904 
Police Station, Town House building, 1 

Church, cor. Main 
Pollard Clarinda A., widow of Robert, res. 
Pleasant, cor. Green 
Frank C, clerk, res. 17 Ladd 
Johu, tripe cleaner (Brighton) res. 17 Ladd 
Pollock Alfred, driver, res. 27 Franklin 
Charles, carpenter, res. 62 Hovey 
Georgie. widow of William D., res. 24 

Spring 
Lulu I., bookkeeper, res. 7 Centre 
Marion A., bookkeeper, res. 7 Centre 
Maria A., res. 31 Church 
Poole Charles H., bookkeeper (B.i, res. 

Whitcomb, cor. Hyland av. 
Pope George B., flour and grain, Spring, 
near F R. R.. 
Richard, flour and grain, Spring, near F. 
R. It., res. 4 Appleton 
Porter Andrew, decorator, res. 32 Riverside 
Annie P., stenographer, res. 4 Irving 
Edward F., res. 4 Irving 
Lewis B.. removed to Newton 
Post Office. Main 

POTTER BRIGGS E„ Potter's Stables (inc.) 
hack, livery and boarding stable, 18 
Spring and rear 24 Mt. Auburn, res. 23 
Russell av. (see page 305) 
POTTER'S STABLES (INC.), 18 Spring and 
rear 24 Mt. Auburn (see page 305) 
Ellen D.. widow of William, res. 23 Rus- 
sell av. 
William H., wholesale grocer (45 Commer- 
cial. B.i. res. 12 Garfield 
Power John, town laborer, res. 58 Summer 



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WATERTOWISr [Q-R] DIRECTORY 



Power and Speed Controller Co., John A. 

Highlands, pres., 49 Galen 
Powers Annie, housekeeper, res. 9 Grenville 
road 
David E., agent, Lyndonville Creamery, 

res. 6 Royal 
Jane, bookkeeper, Lyndonville Creamery, 

res. at Boston 
John, carpenter, removed to Newton 
John J., upholsterer (B.), res. 9 Grenville 

road 
John E., res. 7 rear 41 Cottage 
John J., laborer, res. 29 Church Hill 
Joseph, teamster, res. 9 Church Hill 
Kate T., shirt maker, res. 9 Grenville rd. 
Mary E., widow of Edward E., res. 7 rear 

41 Cottage 
Nellie, shirt maker, res. 9 Grenville road 
Patrick, carpenter, removed to Newton 
Robert E., laborer, res. 7 rear 41 Cottage 
William, engineer, res. 11a Howard 
William P., carpenter, removed to Newton 
Pratt Annie, widow, res. 38 Arsenal 

Arabella, widow of John Q. A., res. 56 

Riverside 
Arthur P., paymaster, res. 29 Franklin 
Edward F., carpenter, res. 56 Riverside 
Everett A., fireman, res. 29 Franklin 
Hattie B., clerk, res. 56 Riverside 
Richard C. electrician, res. 29 Franklin 
Rosmond Mrs., res. 15 Patten 
William A., moulder, res. 36 Laurel 
Pray John A., pres. Union Carpet Lining 

Co., 304 Arsenal 
Price Annie M., bookkeeper, res. 9 Chester 
Carrie E., bookkeeper, res. 9 Chester 
Julia H.. widow of Benjamin P., res. 9 
Chester 
Priest Benjamin Sidney, clerk, res. 16 Oliver 
David H.. res. 5 Franklin 
Fred S., salesman (B.K res. 25 Riverside 
Gardner N., janitor. Unitarian church, res. 

31 Church 
Mary W., widow of George E., res. 2 Rus- 
sell av. 
Walter T., res. 25 Riverside 
Prince Myron D., teamster, res. 18 Arlington 
Prior Matthew, inventor, res, 15 Patten 
Pritzkow Emil A., salesman, res. 78 Syca- 
more 
Proctor Charles F., salesman (35 Union, B.), 
res. 10 Garfield 
S. Eugene, clerk, res. 1 Chester 
Proe William, res. 3 Capitol 
Provost Frank F., machinist, res. 32 New 

Lexington 
Prowse Tedd, W. & P. Mfg. Co., 148 Cypress 
Stephen H., laborer, res. 551 Mt. Auburn 
Public Telephone, 31 Main 
Puffer Reuben, died April 14, 1903 



Purdy Charles, moulder, res. 180 Cypress 
Clarence L., clerk (B.), res. 53 Fayette 

Pym Garnet G., moved to New York 
James, copy cutter, res. 271 School 
Percy, res. 271 School 

QUAGLIANO PETER, fruit (B.), res. 7 

Waverley av. 
Yito A., hairdresser, 3 Galen, res. 7 Wa- 
verley av. 
Quigley Frank J., stone cutter, res. 37 

Cottage 
Quimby William E., shoe maker, res. 5 

Adams 
Quinlan Edward, res. 11 Forest 
James, res. 14 Forest 
James J., res. 11 Forest 
John, printer, res. 5 Hill 
Margaret, stenographer, res. 5 Hill 
Margaret, widow of Patrick, res. 9 Wa- 

verly 
Thomas D., laborer, res. 5 Hill 
Timothy J., iron worker, res. 9 Waverly 
William J., cigar maker (B.), res. 148 Main 
Quinn Bros. (Owen and Michael), carriage 

painters, 83 Arsenal 
Edward, laborer, res. 25 Capitol 
Francis A., laborer, res. 25 Capitol 
John, finisher, res. 226 Pleasant, Bemis 
Michael (Quinn Bros.), 83 Arsenal, res. at 

W. Newton 
Owen (Quinn Bros.), 83 Arsenal, res. at 

Newton 
Patrick J., laborer, res. rear 7 Cross 
Thomas, Aetna Mills, res. 8 Swett ct. 
Thomas F., res. 56 Cypress 
Quirk James, res. 37 Capitol 
James, Jr., clerk, res. 87 Fayette 
James H., teamster, res. 27 Quirk 
John, motorman, res. 10 Hunt 
Thomas, contractor and teamster, 27 

Quirk, res. do. 

RACKHAM HARRISON, pattern maker, 

res. 38 Riverside 
Rafferty John, laborer, res. 36 California 
Raftery Edward G., res. 31 Green 
Rafuse Martin A., foreman, 128 Arsenal, 

res. 14 Pearl 
Raimondo Guiseppi, fruit, 812 Mt. Auburn, 
Ralley Christopher, butcher, res. 21 Gren- 
ville road 
Delia A., shirt maker, res. 21 Grenville 

road 
Elizabeth, widow of Michael, res. 21 Gren- 
ville road 
Elizabeth M., res. 21 Grenville road 
George F., farm hand, res. 21 Grenville 

road 
Henry B., gaixlener, res. 21 Grenville road 



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Kalley Michael J., gardener, res. 21 Gren- 
ville road 
Teter J., foreman, res. 21 Grenville road 

Ralston John (John Ralston <& Co.), hay and 
grain, 68 Main, res. 19 Green 

RALSTON JOHN & CO. (John Ralston), 
hay and grain, 68 Main (see page 302) 
J. Harold, clerk, res. 19 Green 

Ramsey Robert E., engineer, res. 79 Spruce 

Rand Amy C, artist, res. 13 Garfield 
Caroline Eliot, organist, res. 13 Garfield 
Edward A. Rev., died Oct. 5, 1903 
Henry E., piano maker, res. 33 Irving 
Mary E., wid. of Edward A., r. 13 Garfield 

Randall Alfred A., foreman, res. 8 Hunt 
Franklin L., electrician, res. 8 Hunt 
John, gatemaii at W. Watertown, res. 11 

Summer 
J. A. Fred, painter, res. 8 Hunt 
Levi A., res. 14 Winter 

Ransom Fred W., lineman, res. 12 Church 
Hill 

Rathbone Clarence A., clerk, res. 18 Palfrey 
Frank M., res. 18 Palfrey 

Rattigan Annie R., bookkeeper, res. 56 N. 
Beacon 
Bryan, laborer, res. 56 North Beacon 
Delia A., res. 56 North Beacon 
Henry A., bookkeeper, res. 56 N. Beacon 
James G., nurse, res. 56 N. Beacon 
James H., Jr.. student (B.), res. 26 Morse 
John J., machinist, res. 30 Melendy av. 
J. H., artist, 46 Main 
Mary M., cashier, res. 26 Morse 
Michael B.. machinist, res. 56 N. Beacon 
Patrick W., blacksmith, res. 26 Morse 
Thomas F., sash maker, res. 56 N. Beacon 
Thomas F. E., machinist, res. 26 Morse 

Raymond Bros. (Dominick and Joseph), gro- 
cers, 26 Arsenal 
Charles A., undertaker, ,58 Main, res. 69 

Galen 
Daniel A., carpenter, res. 6 Boyd 
Dominick (Raymond Bros.), 26 Arsenal, 

res. 812 Mt. Auburn 
Joseph (Raymond Bros.), 26 Arsenal, res. 

812 Mt. Auburn 
LeBaron J., clerk, 58 Main, res. 69 Galen 
Saul, fruit, res. 812 Mt. Auburn 

Reamy Christopher S., machinist, res. 8 
Maple 
Daniel, res. 8 Maple 
Joseph, res. 8 Maple 

Reardon Bridget, widow of Michael, res. 314 
Pleasant, Bemis 
Ellen, res. 314 Pleasant, Bemis 
Jeremiah, moulder, res. 122 Dexter av. 
John F.. died Dec. 17, 1903 
Patrick, moulder, res. 122 Dexter av. 
Patrick H., butcher, res. 314 Pleasant, 



Reck Fred J., machinist, res. 45 Irving 
Redding Frederick W., shipper (B.), res. 23 

Riverside 
Redman Cockcroft, cloth finisher, res. 101 

Waltham, Bemis 
Reed Arthur E., clerk, 21 Main, res. 19 Rus- 
sell av. 
Celia A., widow of Clark H., res. 561 Mt. 

Auburn 
Elizabeth F., teacher, Francis school 
Frank C. B., carriage agent, res. 561 Mt. 

Auburn 
Frank H., jeweler (Waltham), res. 29 

Church 
John J., supt. Almshouse, 105 Orchard, 
Mary J. Mrs., matron, Almshouse, res. do. 
Reese David, carpenter, res. 3 Taylor 
Regan Catherine, res. 17 Pleasant 
Cornelius D., salesman, res. 26 Bacon 
Cornelius J., letter carrier, res.17 Pleasant 
David J., laborer, res. 17 Forest 
Dennis F., machinist, res. 52 Elliot 
Dennis J., laborer, res. 50 Arsenal 
Ellen Mrs., res. 20 Cross 
George P., florist, res. 20 Cross 
Jeremiah J., inspector, res. 22 Bacon 
John F., tripe cleaner, res. 17 Forest 
Kate E., res. 17 Pleasant 
Mary, widow of Jeremiah, res. 28 Bacon 
Mary E., forelady, 19 Galen, res. 28 Bacon 
Mary F. Mrs., res. 17 Forest 
Nellie, res. 17 Pleasant 
Reidy Catherine M., groceries, 135 Main, 

res. 133 do. 
Reilly Matthew, gate tender, Bemis station, 
res. 50 Olney 
Patrick J., laborer, res. 16 Lexington 
Repise C. D., foreman, 57 Spring 
Reynolds Edward F., salesman, res. 103 Ga- 
len 
I. L. W., treas. Warren Soap Mfg. Co., res. 

at New York 
John, gate tender, Mt. Auburn, res. 11 
Summer 
Pi heel George H., tinsmith, res. 73 Morse 
Rhodes William A., moulder, res. 15 River- 
side 
Riccio Micho, rubber worker, res. 21 Nichols 
av. 
Peter, H. R. Co., res. 21 Nichols av. 
Rice A. Lucy, res. 43 Church 

Charles D., confectionery (87 Union, B.), 

res. 68 Elliot 
Duane L. Mrs., res. 68 Elliot 
Henry E., artist (B.), res. 14 Hawthorne 
Margaret B., wid. of Fitz H., r. 43 Church 
Mary, student, res. 14 Hawthorne 
Peter G., contractor, res. 47 Main 
Rich Jonathan S., chairmaker (B.), res. 11 
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Rich William B., dentist, 80 Prentiss and 18 
Tremont (B.), res. 80 Prentiss 

Zoeth, salesman, res. 2 Royal 
Richards Abraham L., res. 1G3 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Edwin C, paymaster, H. R. Co., 
res. 6 Palfrey 

George A., res. 48 Elliot 

Joseph, engineer, res. 7 Taylor 

Mary A., widow of Andrew J., res. 34 
Summer 

Sarah N., widow, res. 132 Mt. Auburn 

Thomas, died April 30, 1904 

Truman S., clerk, 19 Main, res. 18 Haw- 
thorne 
Richer Annie M., bookkeeper (Brighton), res. 
19 Boyd 

Carrie M., bookkeeper, res. 19 Boyd 

Ethel A., res. 19 Boyd 

Ida, teacher, Hosmer school, res. 19 Boyd 

Mabel, bookkeeper, res. 19 Boyd 

Moses, res. 19 Boyd 
Rickett Charles I., machinist, res. 46 Forest 
Riding and Driving Club, The, 300 School 
Ridge Catherine, res. 36 California 

Delia, res. 36 California 
Rier .Tames, machinist, res. 16 Morse 
Riese Augustus, machinist, res.TO Dexter av. 
Riggs William J., enameller, res. 13 Maple 
Riley Delia, res. 38 Arsenal 

Ellen, res. 335 Pleasant, Bemis 

James Mrs., res. 1 Cuba 

Jeremiah, laborer, res. 335 Pleasant, Be- 
mis 

Joanna M., prin. Spring school,res. 1 Cuba 

Margaret G., asst. postmaster. Main. res. 
1 Cuba 

Mary. res. 335 Pleasant, Bemis 

Matthew, gate tender, B. & M. R. R., res. 
23 Waverley av. 

see Reilly, also Rally and O'Riley 
Ring George G., clerk (B.). res. 7 Patten 

Patrick, res. 25 Waverly av. 
Ripley Celestia C. Mrs., res. 5 Chester 

James T., clerk (Newton), res. 20 Wash- 
burn 

S. Ellis, tailor (B.), res. 5 Chester 
Ritchie Frederick W., pattern maker, res. 
14 Irving 

Margaret T. Mrs., res. 38 Forest 
Riverside Japannery. G. W. Priest, mgr.. 

14 Watertown 
Rix Benjamin, carpenter, res. 14 Common 
Robart Charles S., foreman, res. Dwight 
Robbins Albert M., hardware, res. 65 Adams 
av. 

Frederick, postmaster, res. 32 Summer 

Harry E., compositor (B.), res. 32 Whitney 

Harry W., res. 53 Arsenal 

Henry, res. 30 Summer 

Henrv B., foundryman, res. 6 Summer 



Robbins Henry Chandler, architect (B.), res. 
33 Hillside road 
John L., carpenter, res. 116 Walnut 
Mabel F., stenographer (B.j, res. 116 Wal- 
nut 
R. Eliza, res. 30 Summer 
Roberts Anna E., teacher, res. 4 Marion rd. 

Clara A. J., res. 15 Patten 
Robie Alice H., physician, res. 70a Mt. Au- 
burn 
Fred H., supt. bag factory, 26 Pleasant, 
res. 70a Mt. Auburn 
Robillard David, tuner, res. 134 Main 
Hercules, carpenter, res. 38 California 
Margaret Mrs., res. 134 Main 
M. G. Cleophe, milliner, 48 Main, res. 134 
do. 
Robinson Arthur C, wood moulder, res. 55 
Sycamore 
E. W., driver, 19 Galen 
George Fred, res. 74 Mt. Auburn 
George F., res. 4 Washburn 
Herbert A., carpenter, res. 3 Marshall 
Mary P. Mrs., res. 18 Franklin 
Philip E„ architect (B.1, res. 12 Marshall 
Theodore B.. clerk, res. 147 Orchard 
Roche John J., upholsterer, res. 8 Melendy 
av. 
John P.. clerk, 258 Pleasant, res. 50 Oiney 
Rockett Edward, farm hand, res. 19 Hern 
Edward J., bookkeeper, res. 19 Hern 
John W., bookbinder, res. 19 Hern 
Rockwell Charles E., freight clerk (F. R. R.. 
P.), res. 113 Walnut 
Lincoln K., at paper mill, res. 31 Summer 
Warren L.. bookkeeper, res. 26 Riverside 
Rockwood Alva A., supt. res. 87 Spruce 
Rodden Thomas L., letter carrier, res. 105 

Galen 
Rodenhiser John, helper, res. 17 Hunt 
Rogers F. W. Mrs., principal Cambridge 
Country school, Belmont, res. do. 
Harriet E., widow of Charles W., res. 21 

Summer 
Herbert K., civil engineer, res. 33 Hill- 
side road 
John, boarding house, 238 Pleasant, Bemis 
John B.. paper hanger. Waltham, res. 47 

Fayette 
Roderick W., wheelwright. Belmont, cor. 
Prentiss, res. 18 Belmont 
Rollins Charles, piano agent, res. 5 Fayette 

Charles H, salesman, res. 38 Marshall 
Romo Isaac, driver, res. 25 Waverley av. 
Rooney Agnes, milliner, 73 Main, res. 14 
Cuba 
Bernard, died Jan. 3, 1903 
Bernard J., res. 14 Cuba 
Jennie, at Aetna Mills, res. 14 Cuba 
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Rooney Timothy, town laborer, r. 24 Spring 
Roscoe Albert, carpenter, Hyland av.,res.do. 

John Q., removed to Winchester 
Rosen John, gigger, Aetna Mills, res. 226 

Pleasant 
Rosenbanm Philip, removed to Newton 

Samuel, junk, 172 Pleasant, res. do. 
Ross Adam, ironer, 57 Spring, res. 34 Fay- 
ette 
David, janitor, res. 30a Fayette 
James, laborer, res. 80 Water 
John J., laborer, res. 4 Grove 
Lydia, physician, 72 Mt. Auburn, res. do. 
Thomas S., student, res. 61 Adams av. 
William F., cabinet maker (B.), res. 61 

Adams av. 
William H., engineer, 57 Spring, res. 34 
Fayette 
Roughtean John H., painter, res. 11 Cuba 
Routledge Brenda, student, res. Whitcomb, 
. near Waverly line 
Dorothy, seamstress, res. Whitcomb, near 

Waverly line 
James, clerk, res. Whitcomb av., at Wa- 
verly line 
Rowan Alfred J., clerk (113 Devonshire, B.), 

res. Belmont, near Common 
Rowe Georgiana, H. R. Co., res. 537 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Joanna, widow of John J., res. 537 Mt. 

Auburn 
Mary E., H. R. Co., res. 537 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas B., conductor, ras. 537 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Roy Angus, carpenter, res. 147 N. Beacon 
Felix, machinist (Waltham), res. 13 

Bridge, Bemis 
Mildred B., bookkeeper, res. 13 Bridge 
Royal Tea Co., H. Hootstein, prop., 22 Ar- 
senal 
Rugg William W., bookkeeper, 703 Mt. Au- 
burn, res. do. 
Ruggles Charles M., real estate, 47 Main, 
res. do. 
C. L. H., Capt. U. S. Arsenal 
Charles S., musician, res. 26 Whitney 
Rundlett Benjamin T., house painter, 30 
Whitney, res. do. 
David S., supt, W. W. S. Co., res. 55 Riv- 
erside 
Elizabeth M., res. 55 Riverside 
Walter B., clerk, res. 12 Riverside 
Russell Catherine A., res. 49 Common 
Charles, ice (110 State, B.), res. 42 Com- 
mon 
Charles D., res. 42 Common 
Charles H., blacksmith (B.), res. Syca- 
more, cor. Warren 
Frank H., fruit and produce, res. 317 
School 



Russell George B., stove mounter, res. 27 
Union 
Henry, florist, 54 Spring, res. do. 
Howard, bookkeeper (B.j, res. 7 Columbia 
Jeremiah H., res. 43 Common 
Louisa, widow of Jeremiah, res. 43 Com- 
mon 
Mary E., widow of Henry, res. 54 Spring 

Rutherford John, engineer, 67 Water, res. 
Gilbert 

Ryan Cornelius, res. 277 Pleasant, B. 
David A., removed to Cambridge 
Delia, widow of Daniel M., res. Sycamore 
Edward H., moulder, res. 213 Arsenal 
Francis, clerk, B.&M.R.R., r. Sycamore 
James, finisher, Aetna Mills, res. 304 Plea- 
sant, Bemis 
Mary, widow of Jeremiah, res. 26 Bacon 
Patrick, iron moulder, res. 32 N. Beacon 
Timothy, res. 277 Pleasant, Bemis 
William, conductor, res. 277 Pleasant, 
William B., res. 11 Centre 

• William J., driver, res. 76 Prentiss 

Ryder John, moulder, res. 145 Spruce 

SACKETT GLENNA M., teacher Hosmer 

school, res. 7 Chester 
Saco Joseph, hairdresser, 66 Main, res. 81 
Fayette 
Thomas, hairdresser, 66 Main, res. 81 Fay- 
ette 
Safford Eleanor H., bookkeeper, 7 Main, 
res. 47 Irving 
Frederick O., pattern maker, r. 47 Irving 
HoAvard F., bookkeeper, Union Market 

National Bank, res. 47 Irving 
Jacob C, supt. of cemeteries, res. 47 Irv- 
ing 
Sarah A., bookkeeper, res. 47 Irving 
Sagier Joseph, laborer, res. 81 Fayette 
Sanborn Charles, night watchman, res. 30 
California 
S. Annette Mrs., res. 47 Riverside 
Sanderson Clarence W., removed to Brigh- 
ton | J 
Lucy F., teacher Hosmer school 
Sanger Charles, clerk, res. 32 Capitol 
Francis H., sash maker, res. 32 Capitol 
George C, door and sash maker, rear 5 

Morse, res. do. 
Hannah S., widow of Charles B., res. 76 

Mt. Auburn 
Jessie P., res. 76 Mt. Auburn 
Mary L., res. 27 Morse 
Rebecca, widow of Nathaniel C, res. Boyd 
Sargent Frank H., foreman, 302 Arsenal, 
res. at Brighton 
Guy H., clerk, res. 40 Capitol 
Leo. conductor, res. 67 Capitol 
Lydia Mrs., res. Belmont, cor. Common 



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Sargent Will L., clerk, res. 16 Parker 

William H., millwright, res. 40 Capitol 
Sattes Mary Mrs., res. 561 Mt. Auburn 
Savage A. A., manager Nonantuin Coal Co., 
Bridge, next Bemis station, res. Newton 
Wallace W., produce (B.», res. 21 Riverside 
Sawtelle Mary L. Mrs., res. 13 Palfrey 
Sawyer Charles, engineer, res. Olcutt 
George A., res. 221 Arsenal 
Herbert H., treasurer, E. C. Mfg. Co., 
57 Spring, and prop. Metropolitan Laun- 
dry, do., res. 28 Marshall 
Schneider John J., lead glazier, res. Syca- 
more 
Schultz Frank, di*iver, res. 8 New Lexington 
Scipione Giro (Ciro Scipioue & Co.), 72 and 
156 Main, res. 78 Summer 
Ciro & Co. (Ciro Scipione), grocers, 72 and 
156 Main 
Scott Oilman, butcher, res. 14 Oak 
Joseph H., clerk, res. 15 Riverside 
Walter H., printer, res. 112 Laurel 
Scully Martin, motorman, res. 154 Main 
Seaberg Gustave W., machinist, res. Her- 

som, near Main 
Seager Samuel H. (J. Loring & Co.), 302 

Arsenal, res. at Brighton 
Seaman Harry W., shirt ironer, 51 Spring 
Seaton Joseph, hostler, res. 42 Spring 
Sellers Henry R., res. 64 Sycamore 
Sevier Richard H., carpenter, res. 1 Capitol 
Semple Agnes, teacher High school, res. 22 
Franklin 
Elizabeth, designer, res. 22 Franklin 
Hugh, machinist, res. 22 Franklin 
Minnie, clerk. 304 Aresnal, res. 104 Spruce 
Sarah, housekeeper, res. 22 Franklin 
Sewall Samuel F., conductor, res. 1 Green 
Seward Henry W., res. 38 Palfrey 
Seyfried Charles F., removed to New York 
Shafner Blanche, dressmaker, Union, near 

Galen, res. do. 
Shanuahan Mary, died .Tidy, 1903 
Sharkey Frank J., helper, res. rear of Cot- 
tage 
James W., helper, res. rear Cottage 
John,' clerk, J. P. White's, r. rear Cottage 
William M., machinist, 14 Watertown, res. 
64 Hovey 
Sharp Ella M., stenographer, H. R. Co., res. 

7 Oliver road 
Sharrott John H., cleanser, 19 Galen, res. 

59 Elliot 
Shattuck Althea, widow of John T., res. 53 
Adams av. 
George O, architect (122 Ames bldg., B.), 

res. 53 Adams av. 
Louis H., moved to Worcester 
Shaw Alton E., stove mounter, res. 142 Cy- 
press 



Shaw Bartlett M., supt. W.&P.Mfg. Co., Cy- 
Michael, starch maker, res. 10 North 

Beacon 
Charles F., broker (B.i, res.102 Mt.Auburn 
Eleanor G., stenographer, res. 8 Phillips 
Linns Allen, police, res. 4 Marshall 
Orlando H., res. 8 Phillips 
Wye, machinist, res. 10 Maple 

Shea Charles H., spinner, res. 312 Pleasant 
Cornelius F., helper, 24 Main, res. 15 

Lyons ct. 
Daniel J., hairdresser, 3 Mt. Auburn, res. 

14 Palfrey 
Dennis G., died July 20, 1905 
Elizabeth, piano teacher, 147 Pleasant, 
James J., freight clerk (F. R. R., B.), res. 

147 Pleasant 
John, rubber worker, res. 543 Mt. Auburn 
John F., weaver, res. 312 Pleasant 
Morris, H. R. Co., res. 21 Forest 

Sheehan Annie G., milliner (B.), res. 40 
Carroll 
Bartholomew, teamster, res. 40 Carroll 
Elizabeth A., clerk (B.j, res. 40 Carroll 
Jeremiah J., teamster, res. 15 French 
Margaret C, stenographer (B.), v res. 40 

Carroll 
Minnie T., clerk (B.), res. 40 Carroll 
Nellie F., box maker (B.), res. 40 Carroll 

Sheldon George R., treas., 24 Pleasant, res. 
at New York 
James F., banker (60 State, B.), res. Bel- 
mont 
John R.. foreman, 304 Arsenal, res. 15 
Chester 

Shepherd Frank H, architect, res. 42 Elliot 

Sheridan Alice, bookkeeper, res. 12 Cuba 
Charles H, clerk, res. 9 Capitol 
Elizabeth W., teacher Lowell school, res. 

6 French 
Francis J., electrician, res. 12 Cuba 
Frank, tripe cleaner, res. 12 Cuba 
George F., clerk, res. 7 French 
James, horseshoer, res. 12 Lyons ct. 
James, hostler, res. 12 Lyons ct. 
James, H. R. Co., res. 9 Elton av. 
Jane, shirt cutter, res. 12 Lyons 
John P., res. 69 Capitol 
Mary, res. 12 Cuba 

Michael, starch maker, res. 10 N. Beacon 
Patrick J., machinist, res. 12 Cuba 
Thomas P., printer, res. 10 N. Beacon 

Sherman Alfred A., res. 20 Church 
Charles F., res. 20 Church 

Shields John, paper maker, res. 48 N.Beacon 
William J., teamster, res. 5 Myrtle 

Shipton Ambrose J., millwright,24 Pleasant, 
res. 77 Capitol 
Wallace A., clerk, 26 Pleasant, res. 81 
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Shirley Austin P., rubber worker, res. 9 

Cottage 
Shorey Frank, clerk, res. 17 Chester 
Shurtleff B. Belle, teacher, Parker school, 
res. 3 Irving park 
Nancy, typewriter (B.), res. 3 Irving park 
James A., res. 3 Irving park 
Perez T., moulder, res. 3 Irving park 
Sibley William W., driver, 57 Spring, res. 

49 do. 
Sidlofsky Nathan, insurance, res. 13 Maple 
Sill Anne E., res. 561 Mt. Auburn 
Silliker James A., tailor, res. 7 Morse 
Patrick W., blacksmith, res. 798 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Silcocks Henry, at U. S. Arsenal, res. 9 

Swetts ct. 
Silsbee Alice M., widow of Homer, res. 43 

Main 
Sim Lillian M., bookkeeper, 224 Arsenal, res. 

at E. Lexington 
Simmons James P., cigar maker (B.), res. 
81 Morse 
Patrick J., carpenter, res. 81 Morse 
Richard K., bookkeeper, res. 81 Morse 
Simms Cbarles E., foreman press room, 9 

Galen, res. 41 Arsenal 
Simons, Hatch & Whitten Co., shirt mfrs., 

59 Spring 
Simpson Arnold, conductor, res. 51 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Julia A. Mrs., res. 25 Riverside 
Sing Wah, laundry, 5 Galen, res. do. 
Singleton John, machinist, res. 44 Capitol 
Sisson Mary A., widow of Leonard, res. 145 

Orchard 
Sisters of St. Dominick Convent, Church 

Hill 
Skehill John E., clerk, res. 11 Royal 
Skinner Anna M., physician, 2 Franklin 
Elizabeth P., teacher, Grant school 
Henry R., lawyer, 17 Main, room 3, and 
(293 Wash., B.), res. Pearl, cor. Haw- 
thorne 
Hiram D., died Feb. 5, 1905 
John E., gardener, res. 360 Main 
Yolney, lawyer, 17 Main, room 3, and (28 

State, B.), res. 156 Orchard 
Walter W., expressman, res. 7 Taylor 
Slamin Agnes, dressmaker, res. Union, near- 
Galen 
John H., iron worker, res. 14 N. Beacon 
Mary, dressmaker, Union, near Galen, 

res. do. 
Patrick F., driver, res. 19 Water 
Thomas, laborer, res. Union, near Galen 
Sline Martin, molder, res. 9a Mt. Auburn 
Small Benjamin N., bookkeeper (B.), res. 40 
Royal 
James A., machinist, res. 28 Morse 



Smith Adrian, foreman, 19 Galen, res. at 

Waltham 
Annie, widow of Snowdon, nurse, res. 3 

Cuba 
Annie A., widow of Edward A., res. 202 

Main 
Arthur N., moved to North Adams 
Bessie, teacher (Waltham), res. 17 Marion 

road 
Charles E., driver, H. & L. No. 1, res. 39 

Mt. Auburn 
Charles M. W., mechanical engineer (B.), 

res. 211 School 
Charles Willard, W.W.Co., res. 31 Church 
Dan L., clerk, res. 534 Mt. Auburn 
Edward, driver, res. 202 Main 
Elizabeth A. Mrs., comforter maker, res. 

Ill Walnut 
Frank, stair builder, res. 75 Watertown 
Fred O., electrician, res. 134 Main 
George E., trav. salesman, res. 45 Fayette 
George M., music teacher, M. S. F. M., 

res. Holt 
Guy, produce (69 Clinton, B.), res. 534 Mt. 

Aubiirn 
Henry A., clerk, U. S. Arsenal, res. at 

Brighton 
James W., shipper, res. 39 Mt. Auburn 
Jason B. (13 Federal, B.), res. 68 Spring 
John, H. R. Co., res. 78 Dexter av. 
John, Jr., compositor, res. 78 Dexter av. 
Mahala, wid. of Joseph, died Mar. 4, 1905 
Mary H., widow of Thomas M., res.80 Mt. 

Auburn 
Mary J., widow of William, res. 32 Capi- 
tol 
M. Elmer, pressman (B.), res. 47 Capitol 
Thomas H., ins, agent, res. 39 Mt. Auburn 
Walter, driver, res. 202 Main 
Walter S.. messenger. Am. Exp. Co., res. 

15 Otis 
Snow Delia E., clerk, Otis Bros. (Newton), 

l'es. 7 Chester 
Henry M., laborer, res. 15 rear 32 Cottage, 

Mt. Auburn 
Herbert A., clerk (B. & M. R. R., B.), res. 

18 Franklin 
James H., res. 7 Chester 
Meader, res. 5 Dana terrace. 
Walter B„ res. 29 Russell av. 
Solis Eliza J., widow of Andrew J., res. 

Barnard av. 
Frank J., salesman, res. 51 Church 
Solon Anthony J., died Oct. 28, 1903 
SOMERVILLE SANITARIUM CO., 16 Aus- 
tin, East Somerville (see page 20) 
Soper Ralph T., foreman machinist, res. 23% 

Riverside 
Soule Greenwood E., ins. agt. (B.), res. 12 

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South William, conductor, res. 7 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Spaulding Louise Mrs., res. 14 Otis 
Spencer George G., moulder, res. 5 Summer 
Sparks Joseph, teamster, res. 70 Summer 
Sparre Charles C. M., boot maker, res. 70 

Prentiss 
Spicer George T., machinist, res. 30 Morse 
Spillane James P., bookkeeper (B.), res. 58 

Elliot 
Spinks James H., dyer, res. 23 Waverly av. 
John J., machinist, res. 23 Waverly av. 
Kate, W. W. Co., res. 23 Waverly av. 
Splaine Catherine, widow of John, res. 15 
Mt. Auburn 
Catherine E., res. 15 Mt. Auburn 
Richard H., asst. Pastor, Sacred Heart 
church, res. 770 Mt. Auburn 
Spooner Ednor L., res. 6 Marion road 
Frank A., varnish, res. G Marion road 
Sprague Albert H, conductor, res. 60 Laurel 
Charles, carpenter, res. 60 Laurel 
Chester, treas. Watertown Lumber Co., 

res. 87 Mt. Auburn 
Percy T., clerk, res. 87 Mt. Auburn 
William R.. Sreman, res. 60 Laurel 
Willis P., laborer, res. 20 Laurel 
Spring Bernard A., clerk, res. 28 Riverside 
Catherine A., stenographer, res. 28 River- 
side 
Edward J., musician, res. 28 Riverside 
Elizabeth R., stenographer, res. 28 River- 
side 
Nichols J., teacher violin, 28 Riverside, 
res. do. 
Stacey Philemon, foreman, H. R. Co., res. 

28 Palfrey 
Stack Frank L., res. 3-13 Arlington 
George M., res. 343 Arlington 
John W., res. 343 Arlington 
Stafford Frederick C, electrician, res. 22 

Washburn 
Stanley Francis E., treas. Stanley Motor 
Carriage Co.. res. at Newton 
Freelan O., pres. Stanley Motor Carriage 

Co., res. at Newton 
James F.. res. 6 rear 28 Cotage 
Lizzie F., dressmaker, res. 6 rear 28 Cot- 
tage 
Motor Carriage Co., Freelan O. Stanley, 

pres., foot of Hunt 
Patrick, farmer, res. 6 rear 28 Cottage 
Thomas E., driver hose No. 1, res. 6 rear 
28 Cottage 
Stanton Nellie C, widow of Walter B., res. 

24 Marion road 
Starr Jeremiah, clerk, res. 32 California 
John A., civil engineer (B.). res. 54 Irving 
Joseph, fireman, res. 32 California 
J., clerk, 21 Main, res. 32 California 



Starr Mary E., wid. of Joseph F., r. 32 Cali- 
fornia 
Stavers George W., machinist, res. Holt 
Stead Joseph, electrician, res. 34 Laurel 
Stearns Charles A., electrician, res. 39 
Church 
George H, milkman, res. 29 Sycamore 
Grover S., W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 4 Fay- 
ette 
Samuel F., carpenter and builder, 4 Fay- 
ette, res. do. 
Steele Avard T., carpenter, res. Harrington 
Colin A., paper bag maker, res. 13 French 
Harry, foreman, res. 56 Elliot 
Stenberg Alger J., investor, res. 3a Howard 
Stephens Duncan, sec. Y. M. C. A., res. 22 
Ladd 
Grace E., music teacher, res. 25 Summer 
Harry, pressman, res. 25 Summer 
Mary, forewoman, 19 Galen, res. 10 Win- 
ter 
Yarmon, tailor, 180 Main, res. do. 
Stephenson Annie C.^res. Waverley av. 
Stevens Anna A., res. 7 Marshall 

Frank, letter carrier, res. 55 Summer 
George H., clerk, W. & P. Mfg. Co., res. 

106 Main. 
Herbert A., removed to Boston 
James E., moulder, res. 24d Franklin 
M. Gertrude, bookkeeper, 28 Main, res. 
24d Franklin 
Stevenson Campbell G., painter, res. 9 Fi- 

field 
Stewart Alexander, helper, 72 Elm, res. do. 
Charles, paper maker, res. 11 Olney 
Charles E., insurance agent, res. 25 Maple 
George H, master mechanic, res. 180 Cy- 
press 
George M., conductor (elevated R. R.., B.), 

res. 15 Palfrey 
Robert C, teamster, res. 25 Spring 
Thomas, mouldei - , res. 36 Laurel 
Stiger Edward T., manager (Camb.), res. 6 

Dana ter. 
Stiles Eveline L. Mrs., res. 29 Spring- 
Henrietta L., res. 10 Riverside 
Lucy M. A., bookkeeper (Newton), res. 10 
Riverside 
Stimpson Robert W., manager, res. 109 

Spruce 
Stinson Charles D., fireman, res. 155 Spruce 
Stockin Edwin, (Perry Mason & Co.) 201 Co- 
lumbus av., B.), res. 22 Russell av. 
Stockwell Adelaide, res. 51 Spring 

Alexander L., clerk; H. R. Co., res. 72 

Spring 
Jane, res. 51 Spring 
Mary, widow of Ira, res. 72 Spring 
Stone Agnes, widow of Fred J., res. 17 Bige- 
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Stone Betsey C, died Oct. 31, 1904 

Charles W., town treasurer, res. 77 Mt. 
Auburn 
STONE EDWIN L., real estate and insur- 
ance, 28 Main, res. 28 Russell av. (see 
page 307) 
Elizabeth S., widow of Charles S., res. 32 

Arsenal 
Frederick S., farm hand, 682 Belmont 

res. do. 
Ida E., rubber worker, res. 27 Green 
Josephine H., moved to Cambridge 
Joshua C. market gardener, 183 Grove, 

res. do., Mt. Auburn 
J. Wintkrop, gardener, res. 165 Grove 
Mabel Mrs., res. 32 Arsenal 
STONE WALTER C, lawyer (53 State, 
room 417, B.\ res. 4 Walnut (see page 
311) 
Walter L., porter, res. Arsenal, cor. Taylor 
Stonehouse Henry C, moulder, res. 24 

Washburn 
Stowell Emma, res. 26 Church 
St. Peter Clara, H. R. Co., res. 3 Arthur ter. 
Elijah, cutter, H. R. Co., res. 3 Arthur ter. 
George J., rubber Avorker, res. 3 Arthur 

ter. 
Laura, res. 3 Arthur ter. 
Strang Charlotte E., widow of John R., res. 

32 Riverside 
Stranella Daniel, laborer, res. 33 Pleasant 
Stratton Ethel L., teacher, res. 41 Fayette 
George R., res. 41 Fayette" 
Homer R., plumber, res. 41 Fayette 
Ralph R., clerk 304 Arsenal, res. 41 Fay- 
ette 
Roy. insurance (B.), res. 41 Fayette 
Streiford Annie Mrs., res. 72 Nichols av. 
Strong Chester J., bookkeeper, res. 7 Lowell 

av. 
Strout William E. J., at U. C. L. Co., res. 

70 Arsenal 
■ Strum Charles, B. & M. freight house, res. 

8 Green 
Sturvis Matt, weaver, res. 316 Pleasant 
Sullivan Ann, widow of Daniel, res. 151 
Pleasant 
Catherine, boarding house, 24 Spring, res. 

do. 
Cornelius, gardener, res. 777 Mt. Auburn 
Cornelius, tower man, res. 16 Elliot 
Daniel, laborer, res. 8 Cottage 
Daniel E., paper maker, res. 14 French 
Daniel J., died March 17, 1904 
Dennis, laborer, res. 41 Morse 
Dennis J., police, res. 14 Myrtle 
Edward B., bookkeeper (B.), res. 11 Bige- 

low av. 
Edward J., milkman, 151 Pleasant, res.do. 
Hannah G., dressmaker, res. 151 Pleasant 



Sullivan James H., oil peddler, r. 151 Pleas- 
ant 
John, night yard master, South Terminal 

(B.) res. 16 Elliot 
John B., res. 8 Cottage 
John J., hairdresser, 3 Galen, r. 19 Forest 
John J., town laborer, res. 24 Spring 
John J., 2d., motorman, res. 19 Forest 
Joseph P., letter carrier, P. O., res. Morse 
Joseph R., teamster, res. 6 Bacon 
Julia A., res. 328 Pleasant 
Margaret E., res. 328 Pleasant 
Margaret L., teacher, Spring grammar 

School 
Michael, rubber worker, res. 18 Adams 
Michael E., U. S. Arsenal, res. 31 Arsenal 
Nellie M., clerk, res. 134 Main 
Nicholas P., res. 23 Grenville road 
Patrick, farm hand, res. 1 Grenville road 
Peter J., restaurant, res. 35 Bacon 
Redmond C, restaurant, 42 Main, res. 35 

Bacon 
Thomas H., clerk, res. 6 Bacon 
Timothy B., clerk, res. 6 Bacon 
Timothy, farm hand, res. 151 Lexington 
William J., removed to Fall River 

Summers Arthur C, student, res. 257 School 
Frederick C, clerk, res. 257 School 
Henry, locksmith (B.), res. 257 School 
Herbert G., surveyor, res. 257 School 
Mabel F., res. 257 School 
Richard H., bookkeeper, res. 257 School 
William R., china repairer, res. 257 School 

Sunny Bank Home for Convalescent Wom- 
en, 210 School 

Superintendent Public Schools, office 56 
Main 

Swanson Martin, rubber worker, r. 8 Oliver 

Sweeney Daniel, H. R. Co., res. 40 Dexter 
av. 
John, H. R. Co., res. 40 Dexter av. 
Thomas, farm hand. res. 675 Belmont 
William P., restaurant, res. 9 Union 

Swenson August, rubber worker, res. 145 
Spruce 
John W., H. R. Co., res. 5 Oliver road 

Swett Grace M., teacher, res. 3 Marshall 
Louisiana A., widow of Noah, res. 3 Mar- 
shall 

Swift John, laborer, res. 43 Forest 
Nicholas P., carriage painter, 81 Arsenal, 
res. 202 Main 

Switzer Julius F., motorman, res. 71 Morse 

TABOR JOHN T., bookkeeper (B.), res. 21 

Summer 
Talcott Harry, cutter, res. 25 Oak 
Tandy Fred G. moved to California 
Tarlton Frank D., dry goods (Newton Lower 

Falls), res. 13 Franklin 



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Tarlton George H., manager (B.), res. 55 
Mt. Auburn 
Lewis B., clerk, Savings Bank, res. 13 

Franklin 
Susan G. P., widow of Lewis, res. 13 
Franklin 
Taylor George H., res. 71 Sycamore 

George R., bookkeeper (B.), res. 575 Mt. 

Auburn 
Herbert, laborer, res. 23 French 
James E., removed to Brighton 
John E., paper maker, res. 145 Oi'chard 
Mary A. Mrs., res. 145 Orchard 
Mary E., widow of Theodore N., res. 575 

Mt. Auburn 
Violet I., res. 211 School 
Warren, stove mounter, res. 18 Fifield 
Teed William, carpenter, res. 75 Watertown 
Templeton John C, laborer, res. 81 Elm 

John C. Jr., laborer, res. 81 Elm 
Tennant James B., pres. Watertown Lum- 
ber Co., res. Short Fall, N. H. 
Tenney Ellen E., seamstress, res. 7 Cuba 
Henry W., pres. Warren Soap Mfg. Co., 

res. at Brookline 
Minna E., teacher. Grant school, res. 9 

Oliver 
Susie J., music teacher, 7 Cuba, res. do. 
Tharring Conrad, res. 12 Grenville road 
Thayer Samuel G., paper maker, 20 Plea- 
sant, res. 7b Morse 
Thorn James, mechanic, res. 49 Palfrey 
Thomas Frank, machinist, res. 3 Melville 
ter. 
Fred A., died Jan. 3, 1904 
Fred A,, Jr., civil engineer, res. 5 Centre 
George J., inventor, res. 105 Galen 
Lewis A., clerk, res. 5 Centre 
Mary A., widow of Fred A., res. 5 Centre 
Pryce O., tailor, res. 18 Hunt 
Thompson David U.. conductoi*, res. 29 Bart- 
lett 
Edward R., foreman, 46 Water, res. 48 

Galen 
Guy H., clerk, 258 Pleasant, res. 75 do. 
James Mrs., res. Irving park 
Robert H., salesman, res. 2a Palfrey 
William, paper maker, res. 12 Winter 
Zilpha M., widow of John F., res. 22 Royal 
Threshie Rose E. Mrs., res. 2 Chester 
Thurston John W.. laborer, res. 18 Adams 
Maurice, clerk, res. 10 Hunt 
Minnie H. Mrs., res. 16 Franklin 
Thwing Charles Gv. agent, res. 89 Water- 
town 
Florence G.. bookkeeper, res. 89 Water- 
town 
Julia A., res. 89 Watertown 
Ticehurst Charles E., painter, res 15 Win- 
ter 



Ticehurst Ralph G., groceries and provi- 
sions, 200 Main, res. do. 
Tiffany James, rubber worker, res. 1 Arthur 
place 
Mary, widow, res. 1 Arthur pi. 
Sarah A., inspector, res. 1 Arthur place 
Tighe Joseph, wool sorter, res. 46 Fayette 
Tilson Ada N., necktie maker (B.i. res. 47 
Riverside 
H. Bartlett, moulder, res. 47 Riverside 
Timmins Annie A., res. 51 Fayette 

John B., res. 49 Fayette 
Tlmoney Edward F., res. 42 Cottage 
Hugh, laborer, res. 42 Cottage 
John A., insurance agent, res. 42 Cottage 
Tobey Alice M., widow of J. Frank, res. 15 
Hunt 
Arthur F.. traveling salesman (B.), res. 

15 Hunt 

Tobin John, vulcanizer, H. R. Co., res. 35 
Elton road 

Patrick, H. R. Co., res. 40 Dexter av. 
Toland Daniel, gardener, res. 6 Chandler 

James, laborer, res. 6 Chandler 

Joseph A., gardener, res. 6 Chandler 
Tolman Alvin F., foreman. 224 Arsenal, 

res. 15 Phillips 
Tonva Henry. H. R. Co., res. 17 Elton av. 
Toole John, starch maker, res. 6 Maple 
Toomajian Elia, boarding house, 104 Elm 
Torre Clothilde L., clerk, res. 43 Capitol 

Joseph, fruit. 35 Main. res. 43 Capitol 

Matilda, died Jan. 15, 1905 

Stephen, res. 43 Capitol 
Torsey Julia A., widow of James M., res. 

16 Franklin 

Tourtelle Sarah, died May 1, 1903 
Tower George A., homeopathic physician, 
80 Mt. Auburn, res. do. 
Georgia A. Mrs., res. 21 Russell av. 
Towey Thomas, laborer, res. 25 Waverly av. 
Towle Charles J., res. 66 Riverside 

Eva F., bookkeeper. 19 Main, res. 66 Riv- 
erside 
Towne Abner F.. removed to X. H. 

Edward C. clergyman, res. 231 School 
Pliny F. Mrs., res. 13 Bridge 
Townsend Isabel, dressmaker (B.i. res. 7 
Centre 
Louisa Mrs., l'es. 7 Centre 
Marion F.. operator (B.i. res. 7 Ceutre 
Rose, widow of Granville M.. res.50 River- 
side 
Tracy Annie, ironer. 57 Spring, res. 71 do. 
Michael, farm hand. res. 71 Spring 
see Treacy 
Train Otis A., stoves (,133 North. B.), res. 68 

Mt. Auburn 
Trask Charles A., rubber worker, res. 19 
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365 



Trask David F., moulder, r. 25 Russell av. 
Travaglia Joseph, fruit, 5 Main, res. 24 Ar- 
senal 
Treadwell Charles V., salesman, res. 8 Tay- 
lor 
Helen L., teacher Francis school 
Tribune-Enterprise, 28 Main 
Trickum Dominick, H. R. Co., res. 95 Pal- 
frey 
Tripp David F., concreting, 12 Irving, res. 
do. 
Willard D., clerk (State House, B.), res. 
23 Boyd 
Trott Henry S., carpenter, 19 Galen, res. 146 

Main 
Trow Ida M., widow of George, res. 53 
Adams av. 
Ralph W., moved to Roxbury 
Winfred C, clerk (B.), res. 53 Adams av. 
Trudo P^ugene F., stair builder, res. 75 

WatertoAvn 
Tuell Edwin L., res. 78 Mt. Auburn 

Linny Mrs., dressmaker, 78 Mt. Auburn 
Tugman Fred, res. 15 Cuba 

James J., coppersmith, res. 15 Cuba 
Mary T., res. 15 Cuba - 
Tully John J., res. 37 Irving 

Patrick, core maker, res. 37 Irving 
Tumin Abraham I., letter carrier, res. 4 

Marshall 
Tuohy Martin, laborer, res. 7 Mt. Auburn 

Michael F., driver, res. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Tupper Grace M., res. 26 Irving 

Kimball E., paper maker, res. 26 Irving 
Turk Francis P., carpet lining maker, res. 
805 Mt. Auburn 
John H., res. 805 Mt. Auburn 
Nellie F., dressmaker, 805 Mt. Auburn 
Turner Abigail G, widow of James, res. 212 
Arlington 
Alfred E.. secretary, Spring, res. 15 Rus- 
sell av. 
Bertha L. Mrs., res. 15 Russell av. 
Emma, widow of Joseph H, res. 30 Morse 
Susan A., widow of Levi A., res. 15 Rus- 
sell av. 
Tute Carlos P., salesman (B.), res. 14 Frank- 
lin 
Emily H., widow of Rensclear, res. 14 
Franklin 
Turtle James E., draughtsman, res. 18 Her- 

som 
Twomey Bridget, widow of Mathew. res. 
Sycamore 
Daniel, carpenter, res. Sycamore, cor. 

Chandler 
David, carpenter, res. 80 Sycamore 
Joseph, currier, res. 80 Sycamore 
Phidolphus, carpenter, res. 80 Sycamore 
William, carpenter, res. SO Sycamore 



Tyghe Elizabeth G., shipper, rear 59 Spring, 
res. 46 Fayette 
Florence A., inspector, rear 59 Spring, 

res. 46 Fayette 
Joseph, wool sorter, res. 46 Fayette 
Joseph L., clerk, 37 Main, res. 46 Fayette 
Mary F., res. 46 Fayette 
Tyler Hannah, widow of James, res. 59 
Spring 
James E., driver, 21 Main, res. 4 Taylor 
Margaret, stenographer, res. Marion road 
Tynan John, machinist, res. 46 Spring 

UNION BAG AND PAPER CO. ,(THE) 
paper and paper bag mfrs., 24 and 26 
Pleasant 
Carpet Lining Co., carpet lining and com- 
fortable mfrs., Joseph N. Damon, treas., 
304 Arsenal 
Market House, W. H. Waterfall, prop., 
89 Walnut 
UNION MARKET NATIONAL BANK, 52 
Main, L. Sidney Cleveland, pres., Geo. 
S. Parker, cashier (see page 306) 
Stock Market, Walnut, F. R. R. 
U. S. Arsenal, near Elm 

VAHEY BESSIE, bookkeeper, res. 24 Irv- 
ing 
Daniel, H. R. Co., res. 13 Hazel 
VAHEY, INNES & MANSFIELD, lawyers, 
18 Tremont, rooms 1106-1109 B (see 
page 3111 
Etta, laundry, res. 24 Irving 
James, died March 28. 1905 
James A., electrician, res. 24 Irving 
VAHEY JAMES IL, lawyer Barnard's 
Blk., Main, and 18 Tremont, rooms 1106- 
1109, B.), res. 8 Patten (see page 311) 
James T., clerk, res. 10 Cuba 
John, laborer, res, 113 Arsenal 
John F., at Lewando's, res. 10 Cuba 
John P., editor (Plymouth), res. 71 North 

Beacon 
Joseph P., bi*ass finisher, res. 10 Cuba 
Mary, widow of James, res. 71 N. Beacon 
Michael, laborer, res. 24 Irving 
Matthew P., reporter (B.), r. 71 N. Beacon 
Michael B.. druggist, res. 71 N. Beacon 
Patrick, lineman, res. 4 Hudson 
Patrick, laborer, res. 11 Ladd 
Thomas, asst. engineer, res. 4 Hudson 
VAHEY THOMAS^ F., lawyer, Barnard's 
Blk., Main, and IS Tremont, rooms 1106- 
1109, B.), res. 59 Mt. Auburn, near Irv- 
ing (see page 311) 
William W., clerk, res. 24 Irving 
Valente Charles, removed to Somerville 
Valentino Emidio, farm hand, res. 15 Bos- 
tonia av. 



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[V-W] 



DIRECTORY 



VanArsdale Charles D., H. R. Co., res. 33 

Laurel 
Varriey Edward F., chemist, res. 4 Morse 
Walter L., gate tender, res. 16 N. Beacon 
ct. 
Varnicle, see Barnicle 

Yaughan Augustus E., trav. salesman (B.), 
res. 15 Hunt 
Frank, foreman, H. R. Co., res. at Bel- 
mont 
George B., moulder, res. 15 Marshall 
James, laborer, res. 66 Summer 
Margaret, widow of James, res. 24 Forest 
Walter C, hardware (B.). res. 55 Church 
Yernon Elizabeth, widow of George D., res. 

S Palfrey 
Yincellet Dennis, shirt ironer, 57 Spring 
Yint Thomas H., machinist, res. 61 Morse 
Vivian John W., paper (189 Congress, B.), 

res. 4 Otis 
Yokey Abrani, carpenter, res. 20 Capitol 
Yorner Frank, laborer, res. Palfrey, near 

Forest 
Yroe Annie, dressmaker, res. 22 Bridge 
George, machinist, res. 22 Bridge 
John, at Aetna Mills, res. 22 Bridge 

WADE DOUGLAS EL, laborer, res. 4 

Watertown 
Waite Horace G., treas. Power and Speed 
Controller Co., 49 Galen, res. at Boston 
Waldron James F.. tripe cleaner (Brighton), 

res. 28 Capitol 
Walker Arthur W., pres. Walker & Pratt 
Mfg. Co., foundry Cypress, store 24 
Main and (31 to 35 Union, B.i, res. at 
Maiden 
Catherine M., widow of Irving, res. 6 

Lowell av. 
David, rubber worker, res. 32 Quimby 
Fannie A. A., res. 27 Green 
Irving P., janitor, Lowell school, res. 6 
Lowell av. 
WALKER & PRATT MFG. CO., A. W. 
Walker, pres.. C. F. Belcher, treas.. B. 
M. Shaw, supt. mfrs. ranges, furnaces 
and heaters, foundry Cypress, store 
24 Main, and (31 to 35 Union, B.) (see 
page 308) 
Seymour, clerk. Union Market House, 
res. do. 
Wall Harriet H., widow of James F., res. 30 
Spring 
Nellie M., clerk (Walthami, res. 30 Spring 
Wallace Ernest, janitor, res. 34 Riverside 
J. William, wool workex - . res. 15 Ladd 
Wallace William, rubber worker, res. 89 

Walnut 
Wallingford Ira. carriage agent (Union sta- 
tion, B.t. res. 4 Centre 



Walsh Catherine, res. 5 Capitol 
John, laborer, res. 141 Orchard 
John, motorman. res. 79 Summer 
John J., fireman, res. IS N. Beacon-st. ct. 
John P.. driver (B.t. res. 25 Grenville rd. 
Mary, res. 25 Morse 
Mary T.. res. 23 Grenville road 
Michael, at U. S. Arsenal, res. 5 Middle 
Michael W.. motorman. res. 155 Pleasant 
Patrick, stableman. Coolidge Hill, near 

Grove, res. do. 
William J., engineer, res. Ill Orchard 
see Welch 
Walton Annie, dressmaker, res. 18 Maple 
Bessie, milliner, res. 18 Maple 
Parker J., foreman. 67 Water, res. 7 Moore 
Wambolt Henry, paper maker, res. 59 Pal- 
frey 
Henry J., paper maker, res. 59 Palfrey 
Robert H.. architect, res. 62 Langdon av. 
Ward Benjamin, clerk, res. 6 Marshall 
George, rubber worker, r. 131 Melendy av. 
James M.. cutter. H. R. Co., res. 131 Me- 
lendy av. 
John J., cutter, H. R. Co., res. 131 Me- 
lendy av. - 
Patrick, res. 88 Walnut 
Warren Carrie F., cashier, 21 Main, res. 38 
Fayette 
Lizzie S., widow of John F., res. 38 Fay- 
ette 
Prescott. pres. S. M. C. Co.. res. at Newton 
WARREN SOAP MNFG. CO. (THE), H. W. 
Tenney,. pres., I. L. W. Reynolds, treas., 
46 Water, store (77 Summer, B.i. (see 
page 30> 
Wass Oliver, polisher, res. 9 Swett ct. 
Waterbury Howard A., res. 2a Palfrey 
Waterfall William H. prop. Union Market 

Hotel. 89 Walnut 
Waterhouse Frank W., carpenter, res. 25 

Marshall 
WATERPROOF PAINT CO. (THE) John 
J. Meehan. treas.. 71 Fayette (see p. 301) 
Waters John, removed to Framingham 
Joseph H., wool sorter, r 14 Bridge, Bemis 
William T., janitor, res. 14 Bridge. Bemis 
Watertown Almshouse. John J. Reed. supt. 
Orchard 
Bath House. California, near Watertown 
WATERTOWN COAL ELEYATOR, Will- 
iam H. Pevear & Co.. props.. 128 Arsen- 
al, office 5 Spring' (see page 302) 
WATERTOWN CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 
S. S. Gleason. sec. and treas.. 56 Main 
see page 306) 
District Nurses' Asso.. 28 Main 
Fire Department. Church, near Main 
Free Public Library. Main, next to the 
park 



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[W] 



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367 



Watertown House, Mrs. Joseph Young, 

prop., 1 Taylor 
WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal St. 
(see page 304.) 
Press (Luther L. Holmes, Carl R. Kuhn), 
book and job printers, 4 Church 
WATERTOWN SAVINGS BANK, Julian 
A. Mead, pres., John F. Green, treas., 
56 Main (see page 306 1 
Worsted Co., John Milson, supt. 19 How- 
ard 
Watkins Susanna Mrs., nurse, res. 25 Morse 
Watt. Elizabeth, teacher (Medfordi, res. 7 
French 
Frank, H. R. Co.. res. 188 Cypress 
Waugh David H., floor layer, res. 48 River- 
side 
Weagle Darius A., cleanser,- res. 65 Morse 
Weathers Elbert P.. fireman, res. 51 Cypress 
Weber C. O. Mrs., res. 40 Union 
E. E. Mrs., res. 55 Spring 
L: E., student, res. 40 Union 
Webster William A., removed to Washing- 
ton 
Weeks Alexander, clerk, res. 38 Belmont 
Bedford H., grocer, 880 Mt. Auburn, res. 

38 Belmont 
Charles H., res. 72 Dexter av. 
Enoch, died Oct. 19, 1904 
William F., salesman, res. 7 Lowell av. 
Weitz Louise C, bookkeeper, res. 562 Bel- 
mont 
Marie, widow of Christian, res. 562 Bel- 
mont 
Welch Alva, mechanic, res. 47 Summer 
Catherine, widow, res 5 Capitol 
Daniel F., grocer, 3 Pleasant, res. do. 
Harry P.. at U. C. L. Co., res. Ill Arsenal 
Isabelle Mrs., res. 318 Pleasant 
Jennie, bookkeeper, res. 90 Cypress 
John, polisher, res. Taylor 
John, H. R. Co.. res. 44 Mt. Auburn 
J. Frank, stenographer, U. S. Arsenal, res. 

at Lynn 
Mary, saleslady (B.t. res. 25 Grenville rd. 
Michael, fireman. 24 Pleasant, res. 30 Cu- 
ba 
Nellie, weaver, res. 318 Pleasant, Bemis 
William, conductor, res. 47 Summer 
Wliliam. H. R. Co.. res. 18 Adams 
William C, watchman, res. 90 Cypress 
see Walsh, also Welsh 
Weller Charles, clerk, H. R. Co., res. 25 
Dexter av. 
Harry, res. 25 Dexter a v. 
Henry, foreman, H. R. Co.. r 25 Dexter av. 
Matilda A., cashier, res. 184 Cypress 
William. H. R. Co., res. 1S4 Cypress 
William J., H. R. Co.. res. 184 Cypress 
Wellington George W., res. 15 Riverside 



Wellman Arthur, driver, 64 Main, res. 29 
Spring 
Leslie R., salesman, 64 Main, res. 35 Sum- 
mer 
Wells Nathan E., carpenter, res. 117. Walnut 
Wendell C. B. (Osgood & Wendell) French 

ter., res. at Cambridge 
Wenmouth Richard W.. died March 10, 1905 
West John, agent, res. 71 Sycamore 
Westcott Emerson W., foreman, H. R. Co., 

res. 108 Laurel 
Wessels Ernest W., cutter, res. 7 Adams 
Western Union Telegraph Offices, Water- 
town R. R. station, Church, and Union 
Market station, Walnut 
Westkhal August, tailor, 12 Sycamore, r. do. 
Westlake Isaac, collector, res. 15 Maple 
Wetherbee Frank B., clerk, res. 46 Royal 
Whary John N., rubber worker, res. 70 Ar- 
senal 
Wheaton G. A. Mrs., res. 65 Morse 
Wheeler Burtell, clerk, res. 38 Fayette 
Frank S., cutter, 57 Spring, res. at Newton 
Horace L.. removed to Boston 
Jesse F., lawyer, res. 66 Mt. Auburn 
Otis, died Feb. 23, 1903 
Wade C, real estate, res. 44 Summer 
William C, salesman (B.), res. 47 Summer 
Wheelock Horace M., removed to Maine 
Whelden Maria C. Mrs., housekeeper, 221 

Arsenal 
Whitcomb Alice, matron, res. 615 Belmont 
Arthur A., res. 6 Marion rd. 
Francis E., farmer, res. 615 Belmont 
Frank H, clerk, res. 6 Marion rd. 
George. H. R. Co., res. 61 Cypress 
Laura A., widow of Francis E., res. 615 

Belmont 
Mabel, stenographer, res. 615 Belmont 
Rufus O., machinist, res. 152 Spruce 
White Albert H., teaming, 24 Main, res. 49 
Riverside 
Catherine, res. 36 California 
Forrest W., res. 5 Fifth av. 
Fred S.. foreman knitters, Thomas Dalby 

Co.. res. 135 Boyd 
George, hostler, res. 122 Spruce 
George H., butter and eggs, r 15 Pleasant 
James, mason, 12 Arsenal 
John B., printer, res. 44 Summer 
John P., grocer, Keenan's block, Mt. Au- 
burn, res. 6 rear 38 Cottage 
Jonathan, lawyer (B.), res. 42 Summer 
Joseph H., civil engineer, Town Hall, 

res. 78 Union 
Mary A. Mrs., res. 5 Fifth av. 
Patrick, farmer, res. 6 rear 38 Cottage 
Patrick J., tailor, res. 42 Spring 
Peter, clerk, 39 Main 
Peter S., carpet layer, res. 25 Carrol 



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White Theophilus P., carpenter, r. 9 Middle 
William L., carpenter, res. 5 Howard 
see Wight, also Whyte 
Whitehead George I., salesman, r. 15 Morse 

Thomas, machinist, res. 15 Morse 
Whiting Moses, carpenter and builder, 8 

Church, res. 10 Royal 
Whitney, Arthur H., res. 123 Main 
Charles A., plumber, res. 28 Church 
Charles E., res. 123 Main 
Clifford C, clerk, res. 20 Mt. Auburn 
Cynthia, widow of Thomas F., res. 29 

Fayette 
Edwin A., tray, salesman, res. 10 Maple 
Emma F., res. 151 Lexington 
Frank A., shipper, res. 12 Sycamore 
Frank W.. principal High School, res. 3 

Marion rd. 
Fred E., clerk (Cambridge), res. 42 River- 
side 
Frederick, res. 27 Hillside rd. 
George H., foreman W. & P. Mfg. Co., 

res. 70 Dexter av. 
Jennie V., res. 13 Pleasant 
Louise Mrs., res. 27 Hillside rd. 
Lyman B., shirt polisher, 57 Spring, res. 

40 Fayette 
Mary A. Mrs., res. 33 Spring 
Mary E., widow of Hiram, res. 33 Spring 
Myron W., vocalist (402 Boylston, B.), 

res. 45 Palfrey 
Myron W. Jr.. vocalist, res. 45 Palfrey 
Peter A., laborer, res. 13 Pleasant 
Solon F., librarian, Watertown Free Pub- 
lic Library, res. 9 Garfield 
Susan G.. Avidow of George G., res. 13 

Pleasant 
Walter C, civil engineer, res. 10 Maple 
Whittemore John M., manager, 304 Arsenal, 

res. at Newton 
Wickes Charles D., clerk, res. 5 Irving 

Edwin F., supt., 19 Galen, res. 5 Irving 
Wicks Elizabeth S., res. 15 Green 
Lida F.. died Dec. 20, 1904 
Thomas H.. died March 5, 1905 
Wier M. Maude, clerk, 56 Main, res. at Cam- 
bridge 
Wiggins George W.. janitor, res. 13 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Wilbur Frank S. (Wood & Wilbur), restau- 
rant (Newton), res. 117 Galen 
Frederick C, removed to Pittsfleld 
Wilcox Charles H.. silver plater, res. 25 

Sawin 
Wiley Ellen M., widow of Lorenzo P., res. 
15 Green 
Henry L.. asst. supt. Boston Mut. Life. 
Ins. Co., 52 Main, res. 15 Green 
Wilkins M. L. Miss, private school, Bel- 
mont, near Common 



Willard Vial W., died Sept. 1, 1905 
Willhauck Francis V., clerk, res. 24 Bel- 
mont 
Williams Carrie J., stenographer, res. 10 
Parker 
Edgar A., mechanical engineer, res. 22 

Langdon av. 
Fitz, rubber worker, res. 3 Taylor 
George H., salesman, res. 40 Forest 
George T., cutter, H. R. Co., res. 15 Dex- 
ter av. 
Henry G., cleanser, res. 43 Arsenal 
James H., printer, res. 43 Arsenal 
Louisa, widow, res. Quimby, near Laurel 
Thomas, mason, res. 40 Forest 
Thomas Jr., bricklayer, res. 58 No. Beacon 
Willie Jim, laundry, 32 Mt. Auburn, res. do. 
Willis Albert. H. R. Co., res. 8 Oliver rd. 
Willison B. Alfred, clerk, 15 Main, res. 3 
Franklin 
Edwin C, granite (B.), res. 3 Franklin 
Willoughby Alice S., student, res. 225 
School 
Charles C, asst. curator (Peabody Muse- 
um, Cambridge), res. 225 School 
Willson William W.. agent, 26 Main, res. 2 

Melville ter. 
Wilson Allen P., machinist, res. 5 Elton av. 
Benjamin O., drugs (30 Lewis Wharf, B.) 

res. 143 Main 
Bessie, H. R. Co., res. 8 New Lexington 
Edward A., clerk (B.), res. 143 Main 
Edward L., student, res. 14 Russell av. 
Elizabeth G., teacher, res. 5 Elton av. 
George L. (32 Lewis whf., B.j, res. 36 Fay- 
ette 
Henry P., agent, res. 92 Cypress 
Henry L., salesman (73 Clinton, B.), res. 

14 Russell av. 
H. Carlos, clerk, res. 143 Main 
Mary E., res. 143 Main 
John S.. carpenter, res. 22 Irving 
M. Caroline, clerk, res. 143 Main 
Raymond H., editor, 28 Main, res. 19 

Phillips 
Robert A., machinist, res. 5 Elton av. 
Thomas, bookkeeper, res. 261 Pleasant 
William H.. contractor and builder, 19 
Phillips, res. do. 
Wing Frank, automobiles, (B.), res. 48 Capi- 
tol 
Wingfield Lewis, hostler, res. 10 Spring 
Winkler Jonathan, steam fitter, res. 31 Fay- 
ette 
Winner George L., osteopath physician, 10 

Russell av.. res. do. 
Winslow Arthur M., res. 16 Morse 

Edward H., machinist, res. 176 Spruce 
Winsor Real Estate Trust, Mt. Auburn, cor. 
School 



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369 



Wise George A., removed to Ainesbury 
Hannah, res. 46 Summer 
John, carpenter, res. New Lexington 
Wishart Thomas B., plumber aud gas fitter, 

48 Main, res. 17 Oliver 
Wis wall George H., salesman, res. 11 Ma- 
rion rd. 
Wogan Michael J., theatrical agent, (B.), res. 

36 Marshall 
Wombolt Francis G., conductor, res. Jack- 
son rd. 
Henry, paper maker, res. 59 Palfrey 
John J., packer, res. 16 Myrtle 
Marion, res. 59 Palfrey 
Robert, machine tender, res. 16 Myrtle 
Womersley Eliza T., res. 46 Summer 

Mary F., widow of Thomas, res. 46 Sum- 
mer 
Thomas M., salesman, res. 46 Summer 
Wood Frederick M. G., shipper, res. 17 Will- 
iams 
George W., cabinet maker ,res. 81 Water- 
town 
Grace C, dressmaker, 43 Irving, res. do. 
Herbert S., molder, res. 43 Irving- 
Israel F., printer, res. 52 Elliot 
Nathaniel S., paper maker, res. 6 Cuba 
Walter S., machinist, res. 4 Fayette 
William F., carpenter, 8 Church, res. 1 
Howard 
Woodbury Helen E., teacher, Coolidge 

school, res. 4 Palfrey 
Woodman Rodney P. Mrs., res. 66 Spring- 
Woodward Elizabeth J., res. 572 Belmont 
Harry B., clerk, res. 15 Riverside 
Helen J., res. 572 Belmont 
James B., res. 49 Main 
Pauline, res. 49 Main 
Woodworth William J., clerk, U. S. Arsenal 
Worcester Ada S., removed to N. H. 
Alice R., removed to N. H. 
Francis, res. 36 Fayette 
George W., i*emoved to N. H. 
Worden Mary C, teacher, Hosiner gram- 
mar school 
Workman Linwood L., teacher, Highland, 
res. 10 Marshall 



Worth Charles A., printer, res. 121 Boyd 
Wright Arthur, baker and confectioner, etc., 
45 Main, res. 18 Chestnut 
Charles H, accountant, res. 3 Chester 
Frederick J., foundryman, res. 16 Irving 
George S., treas. (311 Summer, B.), res. 

16 Garfield 
Lucy R., widow of Albert, res. 47 Fayette 
Maurus C, pattern maker, W. & P. Co., 

res. 54 Riverside 
Warren M., clerk, res. 16 Garfield 
Wyman John T., molder, res. 45 Cypress 

Joseph H, res. 23 Marshall 
Wynne James H, molder, res. 14 Royal 



YEADON THOMAS F., painter, r. 5 Sawin 
Yerxa Charles M., carpenter, res. 14 Morse 
Partlow A., groceries, 50 Main, res. 8 Otis 
Yerxa's Grocery, 50 Main 
York Annie J., stitcher, res. 22 Whites av. 
Charles A., salesman (31 Union, B.), res. 

13 Marion rd. 
Harry J., bookkeeper, res. 63 Bigelow av. 
John Amos, mason, res. 22 Whites av. 
John J., boots and shoes, 47 Main, res. 20 

Whites av. 
Mary E., res. 20 Whites av. 
Michael H, stove mounter, res. 56 Cypress 
William F., mason, res. 50 Fayette 
Young A. M. Mrs., ticket agent, Watertown 

station, res. 15 Riverside 
Christopher C, ticket agent, Watertown 

station, res. 15 Riverside 
Fred E., hairdresser, 23 Main, res. 69 Ga- 
len 
Joseph, clerk (Newton), res. 3 Taylor 
Joseph Mrs., prop. Watertown House, 1 

and 3 Taylor 
Men's Christian Association Rooms, 16 

Mt. Auburn 

Zacco Tony, laborer, res. 91 Arsenal 
ZEPAKOWSKI EDMUND, private, U. S. 

Arsenal, res. 188 North Beacon 
Zullig Arnold F., teacher, res. 7 Marshall 
Zwicker Caleb D., clerk, res. 77 Morse 



—EMBRACING— 

A Classified List of All Business, Professions and 

Trades in the Town of Watertown for the Tear 

1905, Arranged Alphabetically for Each 

Business, thus Exhibiting at a Glance 

the Full Address and Special 

Business. 



Apothecaries 

Black George F., 41 Main 
Butler George F., 79 Main 
Claflin Walter A. & Co.. 51 Main 
Laing Arthur, Main, cor. Spring- 
Appraisers 

GLEASON SAMUEL S., 56 Main (see p. 307) 
Macurda William A.. 11 Main 
Paine Richard H.. 17 Main 

Architects 

Brigham Charles, 18 Garfield 

Gray Arthur F., 6 Fayette and (53 State, 

Boston) 
HAYNES ALBERTO F.. 8 Marshall and 

(943 Tremont bldg., Boston) (see page 304) 
Norris W. A., 35 Coolidge Hill 

Artesian and Driven Wells 
Courtney John H., 155 Pleasant 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Asphalt Floors 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 



Auctioneers 

GLEASON SAMUEL S.. 56 Main (se page 

307 1 
Macurda W. A., 11 Main 

Awnings, Flags and Tents 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO.. 234-240 State 
(B.) (see opp. Colonial Theatre Diagram) 
Bag Manufacturers 

Union Bag and Paper Co.. 24 and 26 Plea- 
sant 

Bakers 

Bright's Bakery, fil Main 
Wright Arthur, 45 Main 

Banks 

UNION MARKET NATIONAL BANK. L. 

Sidney Cleveland, pres.: George S. Parker,, 

cashier: 52 Main (see page 306 1 
WATERTOWN CO-OPERATIVE BANK. 

Charles Brigham, pres. ; S. S. Gleason, sec. 

and treas.: 56 Main (see page 306) 
WATERTOWN SAYINGS BANK, Julian 

A. Mead, pres.: John F. Green, treas.: 56 

Main (see page 306) 

Billiards and Pool 
Dalliare Jerome, 5 Mt. Auburn 

Blacksmiths 

(See Horseshoers.) 
Keefe Patrick F., 79 Arsenal 
Kelly Thomas F., 28 Arsenal 
Laroche Arthur, Prentiss, cor. Belmont 
Meister David A.. 9 Spring 
Nolan Edward C, S Arsenal 



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371 



Boarding Houses 

Aetna Mills, John Rodgers, prop., 236 and 

238 Pleasant 
Auburn House, 47 Mt. 'Auburn 
Chisholm Ruth Mrs., 17 Hazel 
Dillon Annie Mrs.. 13 Hazel 
McGillvary Ellen Mrs.. 106 Galen 
Mills William H., 70 Main 
Sullivan Catherine, 24 Spring 
Watertown House, 3 Taylor 

Books and Stationery 

McLAUTHLIN & CO.. 39 Main (see page 
311) 

Boot and Shoemakers and Repairers 

Clifford John J., 2 Mt. Auburn 

Drew Atwood D., 6 Spring 

Egleston William J., 76 Main 

Fowler Joseph, 6 Mt. Auburn 

Holmes Alexander, 2 Church 

McDonald John A., Belmont, Mt. Auburn 

Packtovis Morris D., 10 Galen 

York John J., 47 Main 

Boots and Shoes 

Otis Bros., 19 Main 
York John J.. 47 Main 

Bottler 

O'Connell Owen. 46 Cottage, Mt. Auburn 

Brick and Sand 
PEYEAR W. H. & CO., 5 Spring (see page 
302) 

Broker (Insurance) 

FARWELL WILLIAM E., 25 Winter (see 
page 307) 

Builders and Contractors 
MURDOUGH ALBERT B., 17 Main, room 
3 (see page 304) 

Builders' Finish 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO., 640 
Main, Cambridge (see front cover) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Butcher 

Blieler George, 245 Arsenal 

Butter Cheese and Eggs 

White George H., 1 Green 

Canned Goods 

FLETCHER IRYING T., 256 and 258 Plea- 
sant (see page 303) 



Car and 'Phone Station 

HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see page 
306) 

Carpenters and Builders 

Alarie Joseph N., 94 Fayette 

Bent John Z., 110 Langdon av. 

Cousineau Hormisdes, 9 Taylor 

Crowe Lewis W., 49 Elliot 

Gass Joseph G., Main-st. court 

George Herbert A., 4 Pearl 

Hutchins Arthur L., 70 Spring 

Iliffe William H., 14 Melendy av., near Mt. 

Yernon 
Lougee Charles E., 63 Watertown 
MURDOUGH ALBERT B., 17 Main, room 

3 (see page 304) 
Roscoe Albert, Hyland av., cor. Laurel 
Stearns Samuel F., 4 Fayette 
Whiting Moses, 8 Church 
Wilson William H., 19 Phillips 

Carpet Cleaners 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 and 64 Main 
(see page 301) 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len and (17 Temple place, B.) (see page 3) 

Carpet Lining Manufacturers 

Union Carpet Lining Co., J. N. Damon, 
treas., 304 Arsenal 

Carpets 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 Main (see page 
301) 

Carriage Manufacturers 

Lemon Franklin A., 81 to 89 Arsenal 
Rogers R. W., 5S Prentiss, cor. Belmont, Mt. 
Auburn 

Carriage Painters 

Lemon Franklin A., 81 to 89 Arsenal 
Meister David A., 9 Spring 
Quinn Bros., 83 Arsenal 

Carriage Repairing 

Lemon Franklin A., 81 to 89 Arsenal 

Cattle Dealers 

Henry James S., 11 Garfield 
Lacker Jacob, 217 Arsenal 

Cattle Market 
Union Stock Market, Walnut, next F. R. R. 



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Cellar Cementing and Granolithic 
Work 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire. Boston (see back colored 
page i 

Chair Reseater 

Doughty Charles E., 28 Mt. Auburn 

Chemicals 

WARREN SOAP MFG. CO. (THE), 46 
Water, store (77 Summer, Boston) (see 
page 30) 

Cigars and Tobacco 

Black George F., 41 Main 
Butler George F., 79 Main 
Claflin Walter A. & Co., 51 Main 
FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 and 258 Plea- 
sant (see page 303) 
HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see page 

306) 
Laing Arthur, Main, cor. Spring 

Civil Engineers 

Jackson Charles F.. 8 Franklin 
MASON W. A. & SON, 631 Massachusetts 
av., Cambridgeport (see back colored page) 
Pierce William T., 12 Russell av. 
Starr John A., 54 Irving 

Clairvoyant 

Mack Mary E. Mrs.. 44 Spring 

Cleansing (Dry) 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING A?' 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len and (17Temple place, Boston) (see 
page 3) 

Clergymen 

Brooks Frederick M. (Episcopal), 3 Chester 

Coughlin Thomas W. (Roman Catholic), 770 
Mt. Auburn 

Cullen John S. (St. Patrick's R. C.),9 Chest- 
nut 

Farrell John (R. C), 9 Chestnut 

Greeman W. F. (Unitarian), Summer, cor. 
Dana ter. 

Holden Charles W. (M. E.), 79 Mt. Auburn 

Kelleher John F., asst. (St. Patrick's R. C), 
9 Chestnut 

Splaine Richard H., (R. C), 770 Mt. Auburn 

Towne Edward C, 231 School 

Clothing and Men's Furnishings 
Carter Charles W., 37 Main 



Clothing Cleansed and Dyed 

Adam L. & Son, 180 Main 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len and (17 Temple place, Boston) (see 
page 3) 

Coal and Wood 

Condon Patrick & Sons, 58 Summer 

Crawford Harry A., 19 Chester 

MASSACHUSETTS WHARF COAL CO., 
793 Wash., Newtonville (Boston office, 43 
Kilby) (see back coven 

Nonantum Coal Co., Bridge, next Bemis sta- 
tion 

Osgood & Wendell, French terrace 

PEYEAR W. H. & CO., elevator, 128 Ar- 
senal, office 5 Spring (see page 302) 

Coal Tar Products 

NATIONAL COAL TAR CO., 297 Franklin, 
Boston (see back cover) 

Coffins and Caskets 
GRAHAM ROBERT J., 34 Main (see front 

GREGG GEORGE H. & SON, 20 Mt. Au- 
burn (see back cover) 

Collars and Cuffs 

DAVIDSON GEORGE G. (mfr.i. 17 Main, 
room 6 (see page 301) 

Comfortable Manufacturers 

Union Carpet Lining Co., J. M. Damon, 
treas., 304 Arsenal 

Concrete Paver 
Tripp David F., 12 Irving 

Concrete Walks and Driveways 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Conductors and Gutters 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Confectionery and Fruit 

Candy Kitchen, 32 Main, A. M. Hodge, man. 

Favaloro Joseph, 69 Main 

FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 Pleasant (see 

page 303) 
Gruffre Joseph, 69 Main 
HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see page 

308) 



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CONFECTIONERY & FRUIT— Continued. 

Joseph Charles, 55 Nichols av. 
Torre Joseph, 35 Main 
Travaglia Joseph, 5 Main 
Wiley Harry L., GO Main 

Contractors 

Dwyer Thomas F., 55 Forest 

Flannery Owen, 30 North Beacon 

Gavin Thomas, Arsenal, cor. Irving 

Kelly Thomas F. (teaming), 34 Mt. Auburn 

Lyons John, 10 Lyons ct. 

McCoy William J., Jr., 34 Bigelow av. 

MURDOUGH ALBERT B., 17 Main, room 3 

(see page 304) 
Roscoe Albert, Hyland av., cor. Laurel 

Co-operative Bank 

WATERTOWN CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 

56 Main, Charles Brigham, pres.; S. S. 
Gleason, sec. and treas. (see page 306) 

Copper Work 

W T ALKER & PRATT MFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.), foundry Cypress 
(see page 308) 

Cotton Duck 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234 to 240 
State, Boston (see opp. Colonial Theatre 
Diagram) 

Country Produce 

FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 and 258 Plea- 
sant (see page 303) 

Creameries 

Lyndonville Creamery Asso., David E. 
Powers, agt., Elm 

Crockery and Glassware 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 Main (see page 
301) 

Cypress Lumber, Shingles and Wood 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Dentists 

Cahill Thomas P., 56 Main 
Grogan Frederick T., 6 Church 
Home Robert G., 17 Main 
Huckins Edgar W., 54 Main 
Rich W. B., 80 Prentiss 

Dining Rooms 

Benner & Ellis, 8 Mt. Auburn 
Wiley Harry L., 60 Main 
HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see page 
306) 



Doors, Sashes and Blinds 

Sanger Geo. C, rear 5 Morse 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Dressmakers 

Bent Mary E., 97 Galen 
Butler H. Angeliue, 22 Cross 
Forrest May J., 66 Nichols av. 
Ford Mary F., 96 Main 
Gray Margaret L., 36 Elliot 
Holland Margaret E., 16 Boyd 
Hurlburt Mary, 6 Lowell av. 
Kinsman Jennie L., 199 Marion road 
Learned Agnes M., 275 Main 
Lundstrom Annie Mrs., 38 Spring 
Madden Ida L., 60 Elliot 
Shafner Blanche, Union, near Galen 
Slamin Mary, Union, near Galen 
Tuell Linny Mrs., 78 Mt. Auburn 
Turk Nellie F., 805 Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn 
Wood Grace E., 43 Irving- 
Dry Cleansing 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT (the 
only house in New England for the dry 
cleansing of delicate fabrics), 1 Galen and 
(17 Temple place, Boston) (see page 3) 

Dry Goods 

Kelley J. T. Mrs., 67 Main 
Noera Joseph F., 817 Mt. Auburn 
Otis Bros., 15 Main 

Dye Houses 

Adam Jules, 180 Main 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len and 17 Temple place, Boston (see p. 3) 

Electricians 

Horner Sydney E., 8 Spring 

Embalmers 

GRAHAM ROBERT J., 34 Main (see front 
edge) 

GREGG GEORGE H. & SON, 20 Mt. Au- 
burn (see back cover) 

Expresses 

American Express Co., 28 Main 

Critchett James O., 28 Main 

Emerson Express Co., Lewis E. Brown,pres., 

15 Spring, Boston offices (89 Broad and 15 

Devonshire, B.) 
Ferrins J. W., 4 Chestnut 
Foley Charles A., 289 Pleasant, Bemis 



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WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORS' 



EXPRESSES— Continued. 

Nally & Son, 6 Mt. Auburn, Boston offices 
(65 Kingston, 30 Merchants row, 16 Union, 
B.) 

National Express Co., W. W. Willson, agent, 
26 Main 

Fancy Goods 

Black George F., 41 Main 
Butler Geolrge F., 79 Main 
Claflin Walter A. & Co., 51 Main 
Laing Arthur, Main, cor. Spring 

Fish and Oysters 

Hubbard Herbert W., 12 Mt. Auburn 
Nickerson Ferdinand E., 11 White 

Flags, Awnings and Tents 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234 to 240 
State, Boston (see opp. Colonial Theatre 
Diagram) 

Flooring, Sheathing, Etc 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO. 640 

Main, Cambridge (see front cover) 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (TtiE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Florists 

Evans Charles E., 360 Main 
Kelly Timothy, 153 Orchard 
Lassman Robert E., 24 Whitney 
Russell Henry, 54 Spring 

Flour and Grain 

GREEN S. B. & CO., 224 Arsenal (see page 

305) 
Loring J. & Co., Arsenal, opposite U. S. 

Arsenal 
Pope George B., Spring, near F. R. R. 
Yerxa's Branch, 50 Main 

Fruit and Vegetables 
FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 and 258 Plea- 
sant (see page 303) 

Funeral Directors 
GRAHAM ROBERT J., 34 Main (see front 

GREGG GEORGE H. & SON, 20 Mt. Au- 
bui'n (see back cover) 

Furnaces, Ranges, Etc. (Mfrs.) 

WALKER & PRATT MFG. CO., 24 Main, 
and (31 to 35 Union. B.), (see page 308) 

Furniture 
BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 and 64 Main 
(see page 301) 



Furniture Movers 

Butters Horatio, 28 Main 
Critchett James O., 4S Main 
Emerson Express Co., 15 Spring 
Keefe C. H, 81 Main 
Nally & Son, 6 Mt. Auburn 

Gas Light Company 

NEWTON & WATERTOWN GAS LIGHT 
CO., Waldo A. Learned, general supt.; 
Wells E. Holmes, supt. electric dept; 67 
Water, office 30S Washington, Newton 
(see page 308) 

Gas Stoves 

NEWTON & WATERTOWN GAS LIGHT 
CO., 67 Water (see page 30S) 

Gas and Steam Fitters 

Keefe D. F., 4 Main-st. court 
Wishart Thomas B., 48 Main 

Gents' Furnishing Goods 

DAVIDSON GEORGE G. (shirts, collars 
and cuffs), 17 Main 'see page 301) 

Simons, Hatch & Whitten Co. (mfrs.), rear 
59 Spring 

Glove Cleansing 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len, and (17 Temple place. Boston) (see 
page 3) 

Nonantum Glove Cleansing Establishment, 
M. T. Cahill, manager, 75 Union 

Grain Dealers 

RALSTON JOHN & CO., 68 Main (see 
page 302) 

Granolithic Sidewalks, Driveways, Etc 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Greenhouse Stock 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Grocers 

Angelo Frank, 89 Main 
Boston Branch Grocery. 21 Main 
Cole Edwin M., 200 Main 
Derderian Bros., 107 Arlington 
Doane Herbert W.. 46 North Beacon 
Durnan James H. & Sons. 56 Melendy av. 
FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 and 258 Pleas- 
ant (see page 303) 



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GROCERS— Continued. 

Hall Edward C, 24 Mt. Auburn 

Hartford Nathan B., 1 and 3 Main 

Hilton F. A., 213 Dexter av., cor. School 

Kilfoil Joseph H, 3 Nichols av. 

Lynch Bros., Main-st. court 

McGrath Michael, 327 Pleasant 

Meade William E. F., 19 N. Beacon 

Murray Nora Mrs., 80 Galen 

O'Brien John J., 131 Marshall 

O'Keefe M., 10 Mt. Auburn 

Olson Edward, Belmont 

Raymond Bros., 26 Arsenal 

Reidy Catherine M., 135 Main 

Ticehurst Ralph G., 200 Main 

Weeks B. H., 880 Mt. Auburn 

Welch Daniel F., 7 Pleasant 

White John P., Keenan's block, Mt. Auburn 

Yerxa's Branch, 50 Main 

Gutters and Conductors 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Hairdressers 

Dalliare Jerome, 3 Mt. Auburn 

Holmes James, Keenan's Block, Mt. Auburn 

Jarvis John J., 17 Main 

McSherry John J., 35 Main ■ 

O'Halloran P. H, 23 Main 

-Quagliano Vito A., 3 Galen 

Saco Joseph, 66 Main 

Sullivan John J., 3 Galen 

Hardware 

Fifield John E., 33 Main 

Fletcher Albion C, 37 and 39 Main 

Pillsbury F. S. & Co., 9 Main 

Hardwood Floors 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO., 640 
Main, Cambridge (see front cover) 

Hardwood Lumber 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Harness Manufacturer 

MAHONEY DANIEL J., 1 Mt. Auburn (see 
page 305) 

Harness Oil and Blacking 

MAHONEY DANIEL J., 1 Mt. Auburn (see 
page 305) 

Harness and Horse Furnishings 

MAHONEY DANIEL J., 1 Mt. Auburn (see 
page 305) 



Hay, Grain, Straw, Etc 

GREEN S. B. & CO., 224 Arsenal (see page 

305) 
Loring J. & Co., 302 Arsenal 
PEYEAR W. H. & CO., 12S Arsenal, office 

5 Spring (see page 302) 
Pope George B., Spring 
RALSTON JOHN & CO., 6S Main (see page 

302.) 

Hay Scales 
Mt. Auburn, next Beacon sq. 

Horse Clipping 

POTTERS STABLES (inc.) 18 Spring (see 
page 305) 

Horse Clothing 

MAHONEY DANIEL J., 1 Mt. Auburn (see 
page 305j 

Horse Dealer 

POTTERS STABLES (inc.) 18 Spring (see 
page 305) 

Horse and Wagon Covers 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234 to 240 
State, Boston (see opp. Colonial Theatre 
Diagram; 

Horseshoers 

Keefe Patrick F., 79 Arsenal 
Kneeland Thomas H, 16 Arsenal 
Nolan Edward C, 8 Arsenal 

Hotel 

Union Market House, W. H. Waterfall, 89 
Walnut 

Hotel Cooking Apparatus 

WALKER & PRATT MFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, Boston), foundry Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

House Furnishers 

MOLLER C. B., Lafayette sq., Cambridge- 
port (see opp. Colonial Theatre Diagram) 

House Furnishing Goods 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 Main (see page 
301) 

Ice 

HOWARD ICE CO., 56 Galen (see page 303) 



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Insurance Agents 

Critcliett Frederic E., 56 Main 
FAKWELL WILLIAM E., 25 Winter (see 

page 307) 
Ingraham R. Waldo, 30 Main 
Macnrda William A.. 11 Main 
Pain Richard H.. 17 Main, room 3 
STONE EDWIN L., 28 Main (see page 307) 

Insurance Companies 

BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., 52 
Main Boston office 141 Milk (see p. 24) 

Investment Securities 

UNION MARKET NATIONAL BANK, L. 

S. Ceveland, pres.; George S. Parker, 
cashier; 52 Main (see page 30G) 

Jewelers 

Fletcher & Co., 11 Main 
Gray Charles E., 48 Main 

Justices of the Peace 

ABBOTT JOHN E., 56 Main and (85 Devon- 
shire. B.) (see page 311) 
CRAWFORD FRED E., 12 Lincoln and (616 

Old South Bldg., B.) (see page 311) 
CUNNIFF P. SARSFIELD, m Galen and 

Bank Bids., room J, Newton (see page 310) 
FARWELL WILLIAM E., 25 Winter (see 

page 307) 
STONE EDWIN L.. 28 Main (see page 307) 
STONE WALTER C, 4 Walnut and 53 

State, room 417, Boston (see page 311) 
YAHEY JAMES H., Barnard's Blk. and (18 

Tremont, rooms 1106 to 1109, B.) (see page 

311) 
VAHEY THOMAS F., Barnard's Blk. and 

(18 Tremont, rooms 1106 to 1109, B.) (see 

page 311) 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 Main (see page 
301) 

WALKER & PRATT MFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, Boston), foundry Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

Knit Goods Manufacturers 
Dalby Thomas Co., 43 Morse 

Laundries 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len and (17 Temple place, B.) (see page 3) 

Metropolitan Laundry, 57 Spring 



Laundries (Chinese) 

Lee Sam, 3 Nichols av. 
Lee See, 14 Belmout 
Sing Wah, 5 Galen 
Wah Wing, S Church 
War Wing, 8 Spring 
Willie Jim, 32 Mt. Auburn 

Lawyers 

ABBOTT JOHN E., 56 Main, room 1, and 

(85 Devonshire, B.) (see page 311) 
Abbott Samuel P., 21 Parker 
Blair Lafayette G., Bailey road 
CRAWFORD FRED E., 12 Lincoln and 616 

Old South Bldg., B.) (see page 311) 
CUNNIFF P. SARSFIELD, 66 Galen and 

(Bank Bldg., Newton, and 311 Pemberton 

Bldg., B.) (see page 310) 
GAL YIN & MACURDY, 293 Washington, 

B.) (see page 310) 
Keefe Joseph P., 47 Main 
MACURDY LEIGH T., Otis Bldg., and (293 

Washington, B.) (see page 310) 
Skinner Henry R., 17 Main, room 3, and 

(293 Washington, B.) 
Skinner Yolney, 17 Main, room 3, and (28 

State, B.) 
STONE WALTER C, 4 Walnut, and (53 

State, ram 417, B.) (see page 311) 
YAHEY JAMES H, Barnard's Blk., and (18 

Tremont, rooms 1106 to 1109, B.) (see page 

311) 
YAHEY THOMAS F., Barnard's Blk., and 

(18 Tremont, rooms 1106 to 1109, B.) (see 

page 311) 
YAHEY, INNES & MANSFIELD, 18 Tre- 
mont, rooms 1106 to 1109, B.) (see page 

311) 
Wheeler Jessie F., 66 Mt. Auburn 

Libraries 

McLAUTHLIN & CO. (circulating), 39 Main 

(see page 311) 
Watertowu Free Public Library, Main 

Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair 

WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal, cor. 
Irving (see page 304) 

Lithographers 

WALKER GEO. H. & CO., 221 High( B.) 
(see page 310) 

Lumber 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO., 640 
Main, Cambridge (see front cover) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal, cor. 
Irving (see page 304) 



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Lunch Room 

HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see page 
306) 

Manufacturing Companies 

Aetna Mills. A. O. Davidson, manager, 266 
Pleasant and (266 Devonshire, B.) 

Bemis Mills (worsted goods), R. E. Goodwin, 
treas., Stanley av., next F. R. R. 

Dalby Thomas Co., Thomas A. Dalby, treas., 
43 Morse 

E. C. Manufacturing Co., 57 Spring 

General Screw Machine Co., 49 Galen 

Hood Rubber Co. (rubber boots and shoes, 
etc.), off Melendy av., near East Water- 
town station, and (99 Bedford, B.) 

Non-Corrosive Metal Co., Galen, cor. Water- 
town 

Stanley Motor Carriage Co., foot of Hunt 

Union Bag and Paper Co., 26 Pleasant 

Union Carpet Lining Co., J. M. Damon, 
treas., 304 Arsenal 

WALKER & PRATT MFG. CO. (stoves, 
furnaces and heaters), 24 Main and (31 to 
35 Union, B.), foundry Cypress (see page 
80S) 

WARREN SOAP MFG. CO. (THE), I. L. W. 
Reynolds, treas., 46 Water and (77 1 Sum- 
mer, B.) (see page 30) 

WATERPROOF PAINT CO. (THE), John 
J. Meehan, treas., Fayette (see page 301) 
Marble and Granite Workers 

McNamee J. J., 827 Mt. Auburn 

McNamee William A., Belmont, near Pren- 
tiss 

Market Gardeners 

Cooliclge Frank E., 703 Mt. Auburn 
Coolidge Wendell P., Belmont 
Davenport Alfred M., 88 Grove East Water- 
town 
Locke Henry W., 174 Common 
Lovell Bros*., 85 Orchard 
Stone Joshua C, 129 Grove, Mt. Auburn 

Masons 

Borden Amos C, 4 Church 
Cummings Charles W., 12 Patten 
McCoy William J., Jr., 34 Bigelow av. 

Men's Furnishings 

DAVIDSON GEORGE G. (mfr. shirts, col- 
lars and cuffs), 17 Main (see page 301) 

Milkmen 

Gill James E., 775 Belmont 
Hinkley John W., 72 Elm 
Learned Charles H., 276 Main 
Lindsey Robert, 62 Lexington 



MILKMEN— Continued. 

Pierce Charles W., 675 Belmont 
Stearns George H., 29 Sycamore 
Sullivan E. J., 151 Pleasant 

Milliners and Millinery Goods 

Forrest Marguerite A., 66 Nichols av. 
Nugent Mamie E., 58 Capitol 
Robillard M. G. Cleophe, 48 Main 
Rooney Agnes J., 73 Main 

Motor Carriages 

Stanley Motor Carriage Co., foot of Hunt 

Mouldings, Brackets, Etc 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO., 640 
Main, Cambridge (see front cover) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal, cor. 
Irving (see page 304) 

Naphtha Cleansing 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYEING AND 
CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT, 1 Ga- 
len and (17 Temple place, Boston) (see 
page 3) 

Newspaper 

TRIBUNE-ENTERPRISE (THE), 28 Main 

Newspapers and Periodicals 
McLAUTHLIN & CO., 39 Main (see p. 311) 

Notaries Public 
(See Misc. for full list.)) 
ABBOTT JOHN E., 56 Main and (85 Devon- 
shire, B.) (see page 311) 
CRAWFORD F. E., 12 Lincoln and (616 

Old South Bldg., B.) (see page 311) 
CUNNIFF P. SARSFIELD, 66 Galen and 
Bank Bldg.. room J. Newton (see p. 310) 
PARKER GEORGE S.. 52 Main 

Nurses 

Burns Lillian. 15 Dexter av. 
Fisher Jennie B., 40 Palfrey 
Hudson Martha T., 10 Green 
Lohnas Vivia M., 6 Fletcher ter. 
Osborne Fannie, 22 Cross 
Smith Annie Mrs., 3 Cuba 

Oil Dealer 

Sullivan James H., 151 Pleasant 

Paint Manufacturers 

WATERPROOF PAIXT CO. (THE), John 
J. Meehan. treas. and mgr., 71 Fayette 
(see page 301) 



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Painters 

(House and Sign.) 
Page George A., Main-st. court 
Parsons J. F., 7 Spring 
Perkins George A., 10 Sycamore 
Rundlett Benjamin T., 30 Whitney 

Paints, Oils, Etc 
Pillsbury F. S. & Co., 9 Main 

Paper Bag Manufacturers 
Union Bag and Paper Co., Geo. R. Sheldon, 
treas., 26 Pleasant 

Paper Hanger 

Bnstin James T., Dexter ay., cor. Laurel 

Paper Hangings 

Bailey Ambrose C, 5 Spring- 
Patent Leather Manufacturers 
Riverside Japannery, 14 Watertown 

Pavers (Asphalt and Granolithic) 
SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 

page) 

Physicians 

Anderson Thomas. 2 Patten 

Boucher J. Adelard, 680 Mt. Auburn 

Coolidge Sumner, 83 Coolidge Hill 

Daniel Vivian, 86 Mt. Auburn 

Davenport B. F., 67 Coolidge Hill 

Dennen Joseph H., 16 Langdon av. 

Emerson Charles S., 4 Taylor 

Essayan Leon, 25 Elton av. 

Howard C. T., 53 Mt. Auburn 

Kalousdian Nazareth M., 539 Mt. Auburn 

Jelalian H. S., 26 Quimby 

Kelley Michael J., 82 Main 

Maloney D. A., 122 Main 

Mead Julian A., 100 Mt. Auburn 

Ober Marion F., 4 Irving 

Ross Lydia, 72 Mt. Auburn 

Skinner Anna M., 2 Franklin 

Tower George A. (homoeopathist), 80 Mt. 

Auburn 
Tinner George L. (osteopathy), 10 Russell av. 

Piano and Organ Tuners 
Locke Frank A., 5 Spring 

Picture Frame Manufacturer 
Kinsman David W., 30 Main 
Plumbers 
Burke John, 65 Main 
Keefe David F., 4 Main-st. court 
McLennan & Mellroy, 8 Belmont 
Wishart Thomas B., 48 Main 



Printers 

McLATJTHLIN & CO., 39 Main (see p. 311) 
Watertown Press, 4 Church 

Provisions 

Cole Edwin M., 200 Main 

Hackett Brothers, 25 Main 

Hartford Nathan B., 1 and 3 Main 

Kilfoil Joseph H., 3 Nichols av. 

Lyman William H., IS Mt. Auburn 

Ticehurst Ralph G., 200 Main 

White John P., Keenan's block, Mt. Auburn 

Publishers 

WALKER GEO. H. & CO., 221 High, Boston 
(see page 310) 

Reading Rooms 

Watertown Free Public Library, Main 
Y. M. C. A. Rooms, 16 Mt. Auburn 

Real Estate Agents 

GLEASON SAMUEL S., 56 Main (see p. 307) 

Macurda William A., 11 Main 

MASON W. A. & SON, 63l Mass. av., Cam- 
bridgeport (see back colored page) 

McDonough John F., 11 Main 

MELLEDGE ROBERT J., Lyceum Bldg., 
Harvard sq.. Cambridge, and (28 State, B.) 
(see back colored page) 

Paine Richard H., 17 Main 

Ruggles Charles M., 47 Main 

STONE EDWIN L., 28 Main (see page 307) 

Winsor Real Estate Trust (The), Mt. Au- 
burn, cor. School 

Real Estate, Insurance Agents, Mort- 
gages 

MELLEDGE ROBERT J., Lyceum Bldg., 
Harvard sq. Cambridge and (28 State, 
B.) (see back colored page) 

Restaurants 

Benner & Ellis, 8 Mt. Auburn 

HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see p. 306) 

Sullivan R. C, 42 Main 

Roofing 

Morris E. O., 1% Mt. Auburn 
WALKER & PRATT MFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.) (see page 308) 

Rubber Goods Manufacturers 

HOOD RUBBER CO., off Melendy av., E. 
W., office, 99 Bedford (B.) (see page 302) 

Sanitarium 

SOMERVILLE SANITARIUM CO., 16 Aus- 
tin, East Somerville (see page 20) 



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Savings Banks 

WATERTOWN SAVINGS BANK, Julian 
A. Mead, pres.; John F. Green, treas.; 56 
Main (see page 306) 

Sheathing, Flooring, Etc 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO., 640 
Main, Cambridge (see front coven 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Shingles 

GALE GEORGE W. LUMBER CO., 640 
Main, Cambridge (see front cover) 

Shingles, Cypress Lumber, Etc. 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal, 
cor. Irving (see page 304) 

Shirt Manufacturers 

DAVIDSON GEORGE G. (custom), 17 Main 

(see page 301) 
E. C. Mnf'g. Co., 57 Spring 
Simons, Hatch & Whitten Co., rear 59 Spring 

Sidewalks and Driveways 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Soap Manufacturers 

WARREN SOAP MNFG. CO. (THE), 46 
Water, store (77 Summer, B.) (see page 
30) 

Spruce Clapboards 

WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal, 
cor. Irving (see page 304) 

Stable and Cellar Floors 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 

Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Stable (Livery) 

POTTERS STABLES (inc.) 18 Spring and 
rear 24 Mt. Auburn (see page 305) 

Stationery, Etc. 

McLAUTHLIN & CO., 39 Main (see page 
311) 

Steam and Cooking Apparatus 
WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.) foundry, Cy- 
press (see page 308) 



Steam and Hot Water. Heating 
Apparatus 

WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.), foundry, Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

Stove, Range and Furnace 
Manufacturers 

WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.), foundry, Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

Stoves and Tinware 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 Main (see page 
301) 

WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.), foundry, Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

Street Railways 

Boston Elevated Railway Co., offices 101 
Milk, Boston 

Surveyors 

MASON W. A. & SON, 631 Massachusetts 
av., Cambridgeport (see back colored 
page) 

Tailors 

Jones Arthur, 46 Main 
Mack P., 819 Mt. Auburn 
McAveeney Patrick, 14 Mt. Auburn 
Moran Frank, 76 Main 
Silliker James A., 7 Morse 

Tanks and Vats 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Tar (Coal) 

NATIONAL COAL TAR CO., 297 Franklin, 
Boston (see back cover) 

Teachers 

(MUSIC.) 

Emery Ada P., 19 Dexter av. 
Howe Annah May ('cello), 24 Marshall 
Leach Emilie M. Mrs., 31 Franklin 
Livermore Mabel G., 17 Franklin 
Macurda Ruth H., 10 Marshall 
Shea Elizabeth, 14 Pleasant 
Spring N. J. (violin), 28 Riverside 
Stephens Grace E., 25 Summer 
Tenney Susie J., 7 Cuba 



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Teamsters 

Brown George, 602 Belinont 

Clifford Jeremiah, 48 Forest 

HOWARD ABRAHAM L., 56 Galen (see 

page 303) 
Quirk Thomas. 27 Quirk 
White Albert H, 24 Main 

Teas, Coffees and Spices 

FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 and 258 Pleas- 
ant (see page 303) 

Telegraph Office 

Western Union Telegraph Co., Watertown 
R.R. station. Church and Union Market 
R. R. station, Walnut 

Telephone Office 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH CO., 31 Main (see page 
29) 

Tents, Awnings and Flags 

BATCHELDER C. H. & CO., 234-240 State 
(B.) (see opp. Colonial Theatre Diagram) 

Ticket Agents 

RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO., 306 Wash- 
ington (see page 9) 

Timber (Hard Pine and Cypress) 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work 

WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.), foundry, Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

Tin Roofing 

WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO., 24 Main 
and (31 to 35 Union, B.), foundry, Cy- 
press (see page 308) 

Tours 

RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO., 306 Wash- 
ington (see page 9) 

Undertakers 

Barnes James T., 75 Main 

Gallagher John, 1 Green 

GRAHAM ROBERT J., 34 Main (see front 
edge) 

GREGG GEORGE H. & SON, 20 Mt. Au- 
burn (see back cover) 

Raymond Charles A., 58 Main 



Upholsterers 

BENT LUTHER & CO., 62 Main (see page 
301) 

Veterinarians 

Dennen Charles A., Union Market House 
Madden Edward A., 60 Elliott 

Waiting Room 

HOWARD HENRY W., 31 Main (see page 
306) 

Watch Repairer and Jeweler 

Fletcher & Co.,- 11 Main 
Morgan William G., 5 Spring 

Water Conductors 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Waterproof Paint Manufacturers 

WATERPROOF PAINT CO. (THE), 71 
Fayette (see page 301) 

Watertight Cellars 

SIMPSON BROS. CORPORATION, 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see back colored 
page) 

Wheelwrights 

Meister David A., 9 Spring 
Rogers R. W., Belmont, cor. Prentiss, Mt. 
Auburn 

Windows, Doors and Blinds 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER CO. (THE), 166 
Devonshire, Boston (see page 32) 

Wood and Coal 
PEVEAR W. H. & CO., elevator. 128 Ar- 
senal, office 5 Spring (see page 302) 

Wooden Ware 

FLETCHER IRVING T., 256 and 258 
Pleasant (see page 303) 

Wool Scourers' Stock 

WARREN SOAP MNFG. CO. (THE), 46 
Water, store (77 Summer, B.) (see p. 30) 

Woolen Goods Manufacturers 

y£tna Mills, A. O. Davidson, manager, 266 
Pleasant and (206 Devonshire, B.) 

Bemis Mills, R. E. Goodwin, treas.. Stanley 
av., next F. R. R. 

Worsted Goods Manufacturers 
Bemis Mills, R. E. Goodwin, treas., Stanley 
av., next F. R. R. 



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Officers of the Town of Watertown for 1905 



SELECTMEN— Bartlett M. Shaw. Thomas 
J. Galvin, Arthur H. Whitney. 

TOWN CLERK— Frederic E. Critchett. 

TOWN TREASURER— Charles W. Stone. 

ASSESSORS OF TAXES— Frederic E. Crit- 
chett, R. Waldo Ingraham, Thomas G. 
Banks. 

AUDITOR— George S. Parker. 

COLLECTOR OF TAXES— Charles A. Ray- 
mond. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE— P. Sarsfield Cun- 
niff, Charles M. DeMerritt, Arthur F. 
Gray, Joanna B. Richards, Leigh T. Mac- 
urdy, Charles A. York. 

TRUSTEES OF THE FREE PUBLIC LI- 
BRARY— Walter B. Snow, Charles Brig- 
ham, Rev. John F. Kelleher, George E. 
Goodspeed, Julian A. Mead, William H. 
Bustin, Jr. 

BOARD OF HEALTH— Dr. Vivian Daniel, 
Joseph W. Gerry, Francis H. Barnes. 

PARK COMMISSIONERS — Arthur F. 
Gray, Florence F. McAuliffe, Jr.. Cornelius 
D. Regan. 

WATER COMMISSIONERS— Charles Brig- 
ham, Thomas J. Gavin, Charles H. Rollins. 

AGENT FOR THE OVERSEERS OF THE 
POOR— George F. Robinson. 

TREE WARDEN— Charles F. Jackson. 

TOWN COUNSEL— John E. Abbott. 

ENGINEERS OF THE FIRE DEPART- 
MENT— Herbert J. Livermore, Howard O. 
McLauthlin, John J. Murphy. 

CHIEF OF POLICE— Daniel H. Cooney. 

CONSTABLES — Patrick H. O'Halloran, 
Michael W. Lyons. 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

— John F. Kiley. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS AND 
SEWERS— Wilbur F. Learned. 

INSPECTOR OF MILK AND PROVI- 
SIONS— Thomas B. Wishart. 

REGULAR POLICE OFFICERS— Daniel H. 
Cooney, Chief; Geo. Parker, Keeper of 
Lockup; Linus A. Shaw, Inspector; John 
F. Dwyer, James P. Burke, William Ar- 
thur Howard. Thomas F. Lyons. Ser- 
geant; Dennis J. Sullivan, William P. 
Coleman, John F. Milmore, John E. Mc- 
Namara, Frank H. Callahan. 



Fire Department 

BOARD OF ENGINEERS— H. J. Liver- 
more, Chief; H. O. McLauthlin; John J. 
Murphy, Assts. 

PEQUOSSETTE S. F. E. CO., NO. 1, 
Church Street, near Main— J. J. O'Hearn, 
Capt; Walter Rundlett, Lieut.; H. Gor- 
don, Clerk; Gilbert C. Nichols, Driver; T. 
E. Stanley, Driver Hose. 

A. D. DREW HOOK AND LADDER CO., 
Church Street, near Main — Joseph S. 
Mackin, Capt.; C. A. Colligan, Lieut.; Wil- 
liam A. Bright, Clerk; Charles E. Smith, 
Driver. ^' 

PEQUOSSETTE HOSE, NO. 2, Mt. Auburn 
Street, near Arlington — Dennis Mee, Capt. ; 
Archie McGinty, Lieut, and Clerk. 



Fire Alarm Telegraph 

List of boxes with their numbers and 
locations. 

12 Galen St., corner Morse. 

112 Boston Elevated R. R. Car House, 

Galen St., opp. Watertown St. (Pri.) 

13 Watertown St., corner Morse. 

14 Jewett St., near Boyd. 

15 Church St., Engine House. 

16 Water St., Electric Light Station. 

17 Hunt St.. Stanley Dry Plate Co. (Pri.) 
21 Riverside St., near Ladd Ave. 

23 No. Beacon St., corner Irving. 

24 Arsenal St.. junction School. 

241 Walker & Pratt Mfg. Co. (Private) 

242 Quimby St. 

243 Hood Rubber Co. (Private) 

25 Arsenal St., Harvard Mills, (Private) 
251 United States Arsenal. (Private) 

26 Arlington St., near E. Watertown Dep. 

27 Grove St., corner Coolidge Ave. 

3 Mt. Auburn St., corner Parker. 

31 Mt. Auburn St., corner Walnut. 
312 Garfield St., corner Brigham. 

32 Mt. Auburn St., junction School. 
321 Winthrop St.. Hosmer School. 

34 Mt. Auburn St., cor. Melendy Ave. 

35 Mt. Auburn St., corner Cottage. 

4 Spring St., corner Fayette. 



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WATERTOWN MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 



FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH— Continued. 

41 Common St., corner Grenville Road. 

42 Orchard St., Alms House. 

. 43 Lexington St., junction Orchard. 

45 Sycamore Street. 

5 Marshall St., corner Church. 

6 Main St., corner Green. 

61 Fayette St., corner White's Ave. 

62 Main St., corner Howard. 

63 Main St., near C. H. Learned's House. 
71 Pleasant St., office y£tna Mills. 



Public Schools 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS — 
Frank R. Page. Office, rooms 5 and 6, 
Savings Bank Bldg. Telephone, Newton 
151-5. 

BEMIS PRIMARY, Waltham Street— E. 
Antoinette Luques, teacher. 

COOLIDGE GRAMMAR, Mt. Auburn 
Street, near Cottage— Ruth W. Howard, 
Principal. 

FRANCIS GRAMMAR, Spring, cor. Com- 
mon — Josephine E. Paige, Principal. 

FRANCIS PRIMARY, Spring, cor. Com- 
mon — Mamie B. Patten, Principal. 

GRANT GRAMMAR, White av.— John Car- 
roll, Principal. 

HIGH, Marshall Street— Frank W. Whit- 
ney. Principal. 

HOSMER GRAMMAR— J. Henry Clagg, 
Principal. 

LOWELL PRIMARY, White Street— Louise 
E. Ford, Principal. 

PARKER GRAMMAR, Galen Street— Alice 
C. Bullard, Principal. 

ST. PATRICK'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL— 
Pleasant Street. 

SPRING GRAMMAR— Mary H. Moynahan, 
Principal. 



Churches 

CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

(Epis.), Mt. Auburn Street— Rev. Frederick 
M. Brooks, Rector. 

CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (Ro- 
man Catholic). Mt. Auburn, opp. Cottage 
— Rev. T. W. Coughlin, Pastor. R. H. 
Splaine, Asst. Pastor. John Hogan, Sex- 
ton. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Mt. Auburn, 

near Main Pastor, S. Henry 

Coombs, Treas. Geo. H. Wiswell, Clerk. 

FIRST PARISH CHURCH (Unitarian), 
Church Street, cor. Summer — Rev. W. F. 
Greenman, Pastor. Alberto F. Haynes, 
Clerk. 



PHILLIPS CHURCH (Cong. Trim), Mt. 

Auburn, cor. Phillips — Pastor. 

Edwin Stockin, Clerk. Charles Brown, 
Sexton. 

ST. JOHN'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL, 
Mt. Auburn Street— Rev. Charles W. Hol- 
den, Pastor. W. C. Hamblen, Sec. H. B. 
Tilson, Sexton. 

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH (Roman Catho- 
lic), Church Lane, off Main Street — Rev. 
John S. Cullen, Pastor. Revs. John J. 
Farrell, and John F. Kelleher, Assts. 



Societies 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS, Or- 
ganized December 30, 1894Thomas F. Mc- 
Donough, Pres. Edwin N. Clancy, Treas. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORK- 
MEN (Watertown Lodge, No. 70), Insti- 
tuted October 22, 1886— J. T. Norish, Re- 
corder. A. L. Rumrill, Treas. W. W. 
Norcross, Financier. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC 
(Isaac B. Patten Post, No. 81 — George F. 
Robinson, Commander: D. F. Tripp, Chap- 
lain: ;T. F. Holmes, Quartermaster; L. A. 
Shaw, Senior Yice-Commander; John S. 
Robbins, Junior Yice-Commander. 

ISAAC B. PATTEN W. R. CORPS, No. 59— 
Mrs. Agnes H. Lydiard, Pres. Mrs. Ellen 
F. Barney, Treas. 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS (Watertown 
Council, No. 155, Organized March 1, 
1896 — John P. Maloney, Grand Knight; 
John J. Barrett, Rec. Sec; John F. Cun- 
niff, Fin. Sec; Wm. L. Andrews, Treas. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS— Edward B. Dol- 
liver, C. Com.: George H. White, K. of 
R. & S.; John Dermon, M. of F. 

M. C. O. OF F. (Charles River Court), Or- 
ganized March, 1883 — Michael Hamrock, 
Treas.; Daniel Clifford, Fin. Sec. 

MASONIC (Pequossette Lodge)— William E. 
Farwell, Treas.; S. Eugene Proctor, Sec; 
Frank C. Haywood, Tyler. 

ODD FELLOWS (Longfellow Rebecca, No. 
150)— Mrs. Henrietta Hill, N. G.; Mrs. 
Harriet Johnson, Fin. Sec; Miss Carrie 
Fisher, Rec. Sec; Mrs. Hattie Taylor, 
Treas. 

ODD FELLOWS (LaFayette Lodge, No. 
31)— Chas. A. Dean, N. G.; John S. Taber,. 
Fin. Sec; Fred L. Drake, Rec. Sec; Ben- 
jamin H. Dow, Treas. 

ROYAL ARCANUM (Gen. Guiney Council, 
No. 4380)— M. B. Collins, Sec; P. J. Dun- 
phy, Treas.; James P. O'Brien, Col. 



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383 



SOCIETIES— Continued. 

SONS OF VETERANS (Isaac B. Patten 
Camp No. 29) — Wm. II. Arnold, 1st Lieut; 
George Steward, Jr., 2d Lieut.; L. F. Bar- 
ney, Sec. 

U. O. C. S.— Lillian T. Bowles, Recorder; 
A. D. Drew, Coll.; Ellen M. Dearborn, 
Trens.; N. B. Hartford, Com. 
Societies, Clubs, Etc. 

MINISTERS' CLUB OF WATERTOWN, 
Organized Jan. 10, 1901— Rev. W. F. 
Green man, Sec. 

UNITARIAN CLUB, Church, cor. Summer 
— Albert F. Haynes, Pres.;^ Everett H. 
Critchett, See. 

OAKLEY COUNTRY CLUB, Belmont 
Street, near School. Organized March, 
1898— William McChlerie, Supt. 

SUNNY BANK HOME, 240 School Street. 

WATERTOWN CLUB— J. B. Smith, Jr., 
Pres.; Walter H. Gregg, Sec; Lewis Tho- 
mas. Treas. 

WATERTOWN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, 
Main Street, next the Park. Organized 
in 1S68— W. H. Bustin, Jr. Treas.; Wal- 
ter B. Snow, Chairman; Chas. Brigham, 
Dr. J. A. Mead, Geo. E. Goodspeed, Sec; 
Trustees; Solon F. Whitney, Librarian. 
Open every afternoon except Sundays, 
from 2 o'clock to 9 o'clock. From Novem- 
ber to May open Sunday afternoons from 
4 to 8. Number of books about 30,500, 
besides over 25.000 pamphlets and papers. 

WATERTOWN FIREMEN'S RELIEF AS- 
SOCIATION, Organized November 2, 1891 
H. J. Livermore, Pres.; Orrin R. Hatch, 
Sec; John H. Holt, Treas. 

WATERTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 
Dr. B. F. Davenport, Pres. 

WATERTOWN POOR FARM, 105 Orchard 
Street— John J. Reed, Supt. 

WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE 
UNION— Mrs. N. S. Howard, Treas. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION, rooms 16 Mt. Auburn Street — W. 
W. Rugg, Pres.; D. C. Stephen, Gen. Sec; 
W. H. Lucas, Treas. 



o( Spring Street. — Her- 
Treas. Shirt manufac- 

CO., East Watertown; 
Bedford Street— F. C. 
N. Hood, Sec; H. C. 



Corporations 

AETNA MILLS, 266 Pleasant Street, Office, 
266 Devonshire Street, Boston — E. F. At- 
kins. Pres.; M. A. Smith, Treas.; A. O. 
Da\idson, Mngr. Dress and woolen goods 
manufacturers. 

BEMIS MILLS, Stanley Ave.— Richard E. 
Goodwin, Treas. Silk mixture and worsted 
dress goods. 



E. C. MNFG. CO., 

bert H. Sawyer, 

turers. 
HOOD RUBBER 

Boston office 99 

Hood, Treas.; A. 

Mason, Supt. 

NEWTON AND WATERTOWN GAS 
LIGHT CO., 67 Water Street, Watertown; 
30S Washington Street, Newton; Incor- 
porated 1854 — Francis Murdock, Clerk 
and Treas.; Waldo A. ' Learned, Gen. 
Supt.; Wells E. Holmes, Elec Supt. 

STANLEY MOTOR CARRIAGE CO., foot 
of Hunt Street— F. O. Stanley, Pres. 

THE WARREN SOAP MNFG. CO., 46 Wa- 
ter Street. Office 77 Summer Street, Bos- 
ton. Established 1870. Incorporated 1890 
—Henry N. Tenney, Pres.; I. L. W. Rey- 
nolds, Treas.; John Haskell Butler, Sec. 

THOMAS DALBY CO., 43 Morse Street- 
Thomas A. Dalby, Pres. and Treas.; Miss 
Lois R. Page, Sec. 

UNION BAG AND PAPER CO., 26 Pleas- 
ant Street — L. G. Fisher, Pres.; George R. 
Sheldon, Treas.; F. H. Robie, Supt. Paper 
bag manufacturers. 

UNION CARPET LINING CO., 304 Arsenal 
Street — John A. Pray, Pres.; Joseph N. 
Damon, Treas.; John M. Whittemore, Gen. 
Mngr. 

UNION MARKET NATIONAL BANK. 52 
Main Street. Capital, $100.000— L. Sidney 
Cleveland, Pres.; Charles Q. Pierce, Vice- 
Pres.; George S. Parker, Cashier. 

WALKER & PRATT MNFG. CO. Capital 
$300,000— Arthur W. Walker, Pres.; C. F. 
Belcher, Treas.; Bartlett M. Shaw, Supt. 
Store 24 Main and (31 to 35 Union Street, 
Boston.) Foundry, Cypress, opposite U. 
S. Arsenal. 

WATERTOWN LUMBER CO., Arsenal 
Street — James B. Tenuant, Pres.: Chester 
Sprague, Treas.; A. E. Noble, Sec. and 
Mngr. 

THE WATERPROOF PAINT CO., 71 Fay- 
ette Street. Incorporated April 24, 1898 
— John A. Emery, Pres.; John J. Meehan, 

Sec. 

WATERTOWN CO-OPERATIVE BANK. 

Office of Sec. and Treas., 56 Main Street 
— Charles Brigham, Pres.; James D. Ev- 
ans, Yice-Pres.; S. S. Gleason, Sec. and 
Treas. 

WATERTOWN SAYINGS BANK— Julian 
A. Mead, Pres.; Charles W. Stone, Vice- 
Pres. ; John F. Green, Treas. 



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U. S. ARSENAL. 

U. S. ARSENAL (Ordnance Detachment), 
Arsenal Street, near Elm — Major Frank 
E. Hobbs, Com. Officer; Colden L. H. Bug- 
gies, Capt; Walter G. Penfleld, Glen F. 
Jenks and John E. Monroe, Lieuts. ; 
Charles A. Gregg, Chief Clerk. 



Watertown Post-Office 

Main Street. 
Frederick Robbing, P. M. 
Margaret G. Riley, Asst. P. M.; B. A. John- 
son, Money Order Clerk. 
J. P. White. Clerk, Mt. Auburn P. O. Sta- 
tion; A. H. Parsons, Clerk Station No. 1, 
East Watertown; J. J. Dugan, Clerk Sta- 
tion No. 2, Bemis. 

Office Open. 
Week Days — 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. 
Sundays— 9.30 to 10.30 a. m. 

LETTER CARRIERS— J. F. Cunniff, P. D. 
Gleason. C. J. Regan, W. S. Andrews, A. 
I. Tumin, Frank Stevens, J. J. Gleason. 



SUBSTITUTE LETTER CARRIERS— C. 
R. Howes, T. F. Maloney, William B. 
Cunniff 

SPECIAL DELIVEBY— Joseph McHugh. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— John E. Ab- 
bott, Samuel P. Abbott, Samuel N. Bar- 
ton, Lafayette G. Blair, Fred E. Crawford, 
Fred E. Critchett, B. F. Davenport, Will- 
iam E. Farwell, S. A. Fuller, Jr., Samuel 
S. Gleason, George E. Goodspeed, Edwin 
J. Haviland, George Hudson, Joseph P. 
Keefe, William A. Macurda, Richard H. 
Paine. Charles D. Rice, Henry R. Skin- 
ner, diaries W. Stone, Walter C. Stone, 
Edwin L. Stone, P. Sarsfield Cunniff, Jas. 
H. Yahey. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Lafayette G. Blair, 
John E. Abbott. Samuel P. Abbott, Fred 
E. Critchett, P. Sarsfield Cunniff, H. J. 
Livermore, George S. Parker, Volney Skin- 
ner, Walter C. Stone. Edwin L. Stone. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Of Patrons in Boston, Cambridge, Newton, Etc. 



Arc Lights 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. 
(B.) (see under Tremont Theatre dia- 
gram) 

Architects 

Hartwell, Richardson & Driver, 62 Devon- 
shire, Boston 

Haynes, A. F., 943 Tremont Bldg. (B.) (see 
page 304) 

Wright, Alonzo D., 40 State, rm. 53( page 40) 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress, 
(B.) (see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 
Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire 
(B.) (see back colored page) 

Asphalt Floors 

Simpson Bros. Corporation. 1GG Devonshire 
(B.), (see back colored page) 

Auctioneers 

Melledge, Robert J., Lyceum Bldg., Har- 
vard sq., Cambridge and 28 State, (B.) 
(see back colored page) 

Awnings, Tents and Flags 

Batchelder, C. H. & Co., 234-240 State (see 
opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

Building Contractors 

Lord, R. E., 40 State, rm. 32 (see page 15) 

Banks 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., 87 Milk, 
(B.) (see page 28) 

Cambridge Trust Co., 1300 Massachusetts 
av., Cambridge (see inside back cover) 

Charles River National Bank, 1408 Massa- 
chusetts av., Cambridge (see page 2) 

New England Trust Co. (The), 85 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 27) 



Builders' Finish 

Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., 640 Main, Cam- 
bridge (see front cover) 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Carpet Cleaning 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see p. 3) 

Cellar Cementing and Granolithic 
Work 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire 
(B.) (see back colored page) 

Chemicals 

Warren Soap Mnfg. Co. (The), 77 Summer 
(B.) (see page 30) 

Chimney Caps (Artificial Stone) 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Civil and Hydraulic Engineers 

Mason W. A. & Son, 631 Mass. av., Cam- 
bridgeport (see back colored page) 

Cleansing 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing- 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see 
page 3) 

Clothes Cleaning 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see 
page 3) 

Coal and Wood 

Massachusetts Wharf Coal Co., 43 Kilby 
(B.) (see back cover) 

Coal Tar Products / 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franklin (B.) 
(see back cover) 



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Columns 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Concrete Walks and Driveways 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire 
(B.) (see back colored page) 

■ Conductors and Gutters 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Contractors and Builders 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 

(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 
Lord, R. E., 40 State, rm. 32 (B.) (see p. 15) 

Cotton Duck 

Batchelder, C. H. & Co., 234-240 State (B.) 
(see opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

Cypress Lumber, Wood and Shingles 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Doors, Sash and Blinds 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Dye House 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see 
page 3) 

Electrical Annunciators 

Barnes Electric Co.. 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Electric Bells 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Electric Gas Lighting 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Electric Goods 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Electric Motors 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Electric Supplies 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 



Electrician 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Engineers (Civil and Hydraulic) 

Mason, W. A. & Son, 631 Massachusetts av., 
Cambridgeport (see back colored page) 

Expresses 

Gibbs Expres Co., 105 Arch, 15 and 36 Mer- 
chants row, 77 Kingston, 89 Broad, 29 
Washington, 14 and 15 Devonshire, 16 
Union (B.) (see page 32) 

Fireplaces 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Fancy Tiling 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Fireplace Throats (Lally's Patent) 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Flags, Awnings and Tents 

Batchelder, C. H. & Co., 234-240 State (B.) 
(see opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

Flooring and Sheathing 

Gale, George W. Lumber Co., 640 Main, 
Cambridge (see front cover) 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page* 32) 

Furnaces, Ranges, Etc. 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 31 onion (B.) 
(see page 308) 

Furniture Dealers 

Moller, C. B. Lafayette sq., Cambridgeport. 
(see opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

Gas Light Co. 

Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co., P 
Washington, Newton, (see page 308) 

Gas Stoves and Ranges 

Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co., 308 
Washington, Newton (see page 308) 

Glove Cleaning 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see 
page 3) 



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Granolithic Sidewalks, Driveways, 
Etc. 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, 1G6 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see back colored page) 

Greenhouse Stock 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Gutters and Conductors 

Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., 640 Main, Cam- 
bridge (see front cover i 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), (wood), 
166 Devonshire (B.) (see page 32) 

Hardwood Floors 

Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., 640 Main, Cam- 
bridge (see front cover) 

Hardwood Lumber 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 106 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Horse and Wagon Covers 

Batchelder, C. H. & Co.. 234-240 State (see 
opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

House Furnisher 

Moller, C. B., Lafayette sq., Cambridgeport 
(see opp. Colonial Theatre diagram) 

Incandescent Lights 

Barnes Electric Co., 201 Sudbury Bldg. (B.) 
(see under Tremont Theatre diagram) 

Insurance Agents 

Meade John Paulding, man. American Fi- 
delity Co.. 27 Kilby (see page 46.) 

Melledge Robert J., Lyceum Bldg., Harvard 
sq., Cambridge (see back colored page) 

Insurance Companies 

American Fidelity Co. of Montpelier, Vt., 

27 Kilby (see page 46) 
Boston Mutual Life Ins. Co., 141 Milk (see 
' page 24) 

Investment Securities 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., 87 Milk, 
P. O. square (B.) (see page 28) 

Cambridge Trust Co., 1300 Mass. av., Cam- 
bridge (see inside back cover) 

New England Trust Co. (The), 85 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 27) 

Iron Beams 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 



Iron and Brass Founders 
Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 35 Union (B.) 
(see page 308) 

Justices of the Peace 

Abbott John E., 85 . Devonshire (B.) (see 

page 311) 
Armstrong Thomas H., 82 Devonshire, rm. 

17 (B.) (see page 44) 
Acton Amy F., 548 Tremont bldg. (page 42) 
Cunuiff P. Sarsfield, Bank bldg., Newton, 

and 311 Pemberton bldg. (B.) (see p. 310) 
Johnson Melvin M., 89 State, rm. 81, 82 83. 

(see page 44) 
Rogers Henry M., 89 State, rms. 81-82-83. 

(page 44) 
Stearns Charles E., 1116 Barirsters' Hall 

(B.) (see page 42) 
Stone Walter C, 53 State (B.) (see page 311) 
Vahey James H., 18 Tremont, rms. 1106- 

1109 (B.) (see page 311) 
Vahey Thomas F., 18 Tremont, rms. 1106- 

1109 (B.) (see page 311) 

Laundry 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing- 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see 
page 3) 

Lawyers 

Abbott John E. ,85 Devonshire (B.) (see 

page 311) 
Acton Amy F., 548 Tremont bldg. (B.) (see 

page 42) 
Armstrong Thomas H., 82 Devonshire, rm. 

17 (B.) (see page 44) 
Boles & Stearns, 11 16-1 US Barristers' Hall 

(B.) (see page 42) 
Carey Thomas F., 6 Ashburton place (B.) 

(see page 44) 
Connolly, Michael J., 51-52 Ames Bldg. (see 
page 46 1 
Crawford F. E.. 616 Old South bldg. (B.) 

(see page 311) 
Cunniff P. Sarsfield, Bank bldg., Newton, 

and 311 Pemberton bldg. (B.) (see p. 310) 
Johnson Byron B., 89 State (B.) (see p. 44) 
Johnson Melvin M., 89 State, rms. 81-82-83 

(B.) (see page 44) 
Mayberry George L., 6 Ashburton place (B.) 

(see page 44) 
Rogers, North & Johnson, S9 State, rms. 81- 

82-83 (B.) (see p. 44) 
Stone Walter C, 53 State (B.) (see page 311) 
Vahey James H., 18 Tremont (B.) rm. 1006. 

(see page 311) 
Vahey, Innes & Mansfield, 18 Tremont, rms. 

1106-1109 (B.) (see page 311) 
Vahey Thomas F., 18 Tremont, rm. 1106 
(B.) (see page 311) 



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Lithographers 

Walker Geo. H. & Co., 221 High (B.) (see 
page 310) 

Lumber 

Barker, George J. Lumber Co., 53 State (B.) 
(see back binding and page 21) 

Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., 040 Main, Cam- 
bridge (see front cover) 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 100 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Mnfg. Companies 

American Waltham Watch Co., 373 Wash- 
ington (B.) (see page 7) 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 31 Union (B.) 
(see page 308) 

Maps 

WALKER GEO. H. & CO., 221 High (B.) 
(see page 310) 

Masons and Builders 

Lally Patent Column Co., 151 Congress (B.) 
(see opp. Boston Theatre diagram) 

Mortgages 

Melledge, Robert J., Lyceum Bldg., Harvard 
square, Cambridge and 2S State (B.) (see 
back colored page) 

Mouldings, Brackets, Etc. (Wood) 
Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., 010 Main, Cam- 
bridge (see front cover) 
Barker, George J. Lumber Co., 53 State (B.) 

(see back binding and page 21) 
Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 100 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Naphtha Cleansing 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleansing 
Establishment, 17 Temple pi. (B.) (see p. 3) 

Notaries Public 

Abbott, John E., 85 Devonshire (B.) (see 

page 311 ) 
Armstrong. T. H, 82 Devonshire, rrn. 17 

(see page 44) 
Connolly Michael J., 51-52 Ames Bldg. (B.) 

(see page 40) 
Johnson, B. B., 89 State, rm. 82 (B.) (see 

page 44) 
Johnson. Melvin M., 89 State, rm. 82 (B.) 
Rogers, North & Johnson, 89 State, rm 82 

(see page 44) 
Vahey, James H., 18 Tremont Bldg., rm. 

HOG (B.) (see page 311) 

Paper Bags and Twine 
Eaton, Albert M., 839 to 845 Albany (see p. 

8) 



Paper Boxes 

Eaton, Albert M., 839-845 Albany (see p. 8) 

Paper Dealers 

Eaton, Albert M., 839-845 Albany (see p. 8) 

Pavers (Asphalt and Granolithic) 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, 100 Devonshire 
(B.) (see back colored page) 

Printers 

Walker Geo. H. & Co., 221 High (B.) (see 
page 310) 

Publishers 

Walker Geo. H. & Co., 221 High (B.) (see 
page 310) 

Real Estate 

Melledge, Robert J., Lyceum Bldg., Har- 
vard square, Cambridge and 28 State (B.) 
(see back colored page) 
Mason, W. A. & Son (purchase sale and de- 
velopment), 031 Mass. av., Cambridge- 
port (see back colored page) 

Roofing (Tin and Copper) 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 31 to 35 Union 
(B.) (see page 308) 

Safe Deposit "Vaults 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., 87 Milk 
(B.) (see page 28) 

Cambridge Trust Co., 1300 Mass. av., Cam- 
bridge (see inside back coven 

Sanitarium 

Somerville Sanitarium Co., 10 Austin, East 
Somerville (see page 20) 

Sheathing and Flooring 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 100 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Shingles 
Gale, Geo. W. Lumber Co., 040 Main, Cam- 
bridge (see front coven 

Shingles, Cypress Lumber, Etc. 
Stearns. A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 100 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Sidewalks and Driveways 
Simpson Bros. Corporation, 100 Devonshire 
(B.) (see back colored page) 

Soap Manufacturers 

Warren Soap Mnfg. Co. (The), 77 Summer 
(B.) (see page 30) 



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Stable and Cellar Floors 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire 
(B.) (see back colored page) 

Steam Cooking Apparatus 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 31 and 35 Union 
(B.) (see page 308) 

Steam Heating Apparatus 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 31 and 35 Union 
(B.) (see page 308) 

Stoves, Ranges, Etc. 

Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 31 and 35 Union 
(B.) (see page 308) 

Surveyors 
Mason, W. A. & Son, 631 Mass. av., Cam- 
bridgeport (see back colored page) 

Tailor 

Dennison, L. O., 87 Summer (B.) (see p. 25) 

Tanks and Vats 

Stearns, A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 Devon- 
shire (B.) (see page 32) 

Tar (Coal) 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franklin (B.) 
(see back cover) 

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